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Valencia is Spain's third biggest city - and the one with the reputation for throwing the best parties.
La marcha' is what they call the comings and going of young people out on the town, and Calle Caballero showcases Valencia's most social and fashionable denizens.
A lagoon some miles outside the city, the Albufera is full of unusual birds and fish that jump clean out of the water. City buses run to the town of El Saler and locals take visitors out on boat trips.
A horizontal statue-cum-playpark in the Jardins Del Turia - a wandeirng park created in the bed of the diverted Turia river.
Sip coffee at one of the streetside cafes nearby as the sun sets and watch thousands of bats take off for the night.
The old silk market has an impressive façade, close to downtown and the Central Market.
Fabulous futuristic architecture houses Valencia's music, art and science spaces. The outdoor areas are beautifully landscaped with dozens of waterfalls, choreographed to entertain.
valenica's biggest party is Las Fallas. Every March each barrio creates a huge model head and they are paraded through the streets and burnt in a dramatic finale. Valencians then continue celebrating into the wee hours.
Part of the City of Arts and Sciences, the Hemispheric houses the planetarium and an IMAX theatre, but looks most intruguing from the outside.
Designed by Valencia's most famous son, Santiago Calatrava, who also designed the City of Arts and Sciences, the Hemisferic and the Umbracle.
Stock up on local produce - cherries, wines, cheeses - in an imposing covered market of over 8000 square meters.