Experience it all in one place!
"Poblats Marítims, a historic coastal neighbourhood located only 15 minutes from the centre of Valencia, brings together the essence of the city and serves as a home to people from all walks of life. I began my day enjoying the village, and it's blue and green tile facades as I walked to Mercado del Cabanyal for fresh agricultural produce. Then, I experimented with the mid-day tradition of a vermouth, and I must say doing it at Casa Montaña while savouring top quality tapas was a great idea. Afterwards, I checked out the museum Museo del Arroz, a renovated ancient mill that showcased industrialisation in traditional Valencian farming. And who can forget the beaches, Las Arenas, la Malvarrosa and la Patacona, once frequented by vacationing Valencian elites. An exquisite dinner at the Seaport concludes my tour to the all-embracing Poblats Marítims."
When travelling to Valencia, remember to stay in the most luxurious hotels or accomdations where you can recharge with a spa treatment in extravagance.
When travelling to Valencia, you can be frugal but still get a hotel with private terraces overlooking the city centre with mid-range and affordable options.
When travelling to Valencia, save money by staying in budget hostels and accommodations including minimalistic guesthouses in the heart of the city.
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When travelling in Valencia, remember to dine luxuriously on beautifully presented delicacies that offers both visual and gastronomical enjoyment.
When travelling in Valencia, you can be frugal but still get quality paellas, succulent grilled meat and creamy orange flans at affordable restaurants.
When travelling in Valencia, save money by dining at the abundance of inexpensive restaurants offering enticing cuisine such as authentic Spanish snacks.