5 reasons to visit Valencia at Semana Santa

The good weather

 Valencia is a city with more than 300 days of sunshine a year, with an average annual temperature of 17.8ºC Valencia is one of the warmest capitals in Europe.


 There is no doubt that when thinking about the gastronomy of Valencia the first thing that comes to mind is the paella but the Valencian Community has many more dishes to offer us. Fresh fish, meats, pastries or vegetables and fruits from the garden are some of the products used to give rise to one of the most renowned cuisines of this country.

Our beaches

Valencia is located on its east side by a long beach of fine sand, located less than 10 minutes from the center. Sunbathing on the sand, bathing in the waters of the Mediterranean, playing volleyball, beach soccer, strolling along the promenade, doing gymnastics in healthy parks, enjoying ice cream, doing a sailing course, are just some of the Activities that we offer the infinite beaches of Valencia. Our ‘Jet Sky’ pack will make you enjoy a 1 hour Ninebot ride and end with pure adrenaline: 45 minutes on a jet ski.

The historic center

Valencia conserves a great patrimony worthy of being visited, with innumerable streets and monuments of great historical value. If you want to know the historical past of the city do not hesitate, our tour ‘Valencia Historic City’ will make you enjoy a unique experience, where you will tour the most hidden streets of the city climbed in one of our Ninebots.

The River Turia and the City of Arts and Sciences

The Turia Garden is one of the largest urban parks in Spain, a green space of more than nine kilometers passable through the city with play areas and sports and fantastic corners where to get lost. The garden runs from the Park of Cabecera to the City of Arts and Sciences. The City of Arts and Sciences is the largest cultural and scientific complex to date in Europe, undoubtedly one of the most emblematic places of Valencia in the 21st century.


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