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Its sweeping architectural style, complex engineering, and state of the art technology are just some features of what makes this 21st Century artistic space stand out in its mission to enhance art and culture while bringing them closer to the...more
This is the most impressive building of the City of Arts and Sciences complex.
It’s spectacular in size, coupled with state of the art equipment and an exciting programme.
You can't miss this out while in the city of Valencia.
I highly recommend the tour of this impressive performing arts center! You'll get to learn a lot about how this was built, see each theater, and also get many beautiful views looking out onto the other interesting buildings close by. Our tour guide was passionate...More
This is one impressive structure located within the City of Arts and Culture. It is close to the port in the Turia Park.
Impressive and imposing structure which hosts a range of live performances.
Top tip: the park is free to enjoy and well worth...More
A kind of feather covers the roof of this building. The architect- Santiago Calatrava- "tells" that here we find literature, opera, dancing, music, history, drama. etc. Masterpieces like Turandot, Carmina Burana, la Traviata, and more have been played here by the most relevant actors and...More
I'm not a real Opera buff but I love to visit the Opera house on any city break I go on.
The futuristic design to this Opera house was designed by the Valencia-born and internationally known architect Santiago Calatrava, which began in 1995 and opened...More
My wife and I had a short stop off in Valencia whilst on a TUI cruiser and enjoyed the visit. Time constraints limited the amount of time we could spend here but, wow, its and impressive structure and well worth visiting.
My wife and I had just missed the tour and were really bummed out that we didn't get to see the inside. It was a really magnificent building and work of art in and of itself. Since we missed the tour, we decided to have...More