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Museo del Arroz

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2 days by bike through beaches and natural parks of Valencia with guide
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2 days by bike through beaches and natural parks of Valencia with guide

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In this getaway you will know the less known beaches of Valencia, you will cycle through Natural Parks and unique fruit plantations.<br><br>In addition, you will taste the typical Valencian paella and live a local experience in Valencia.
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gpm75015 wrote a review Sep 2017
Paris, France120 contributions43 helpful votes
Have you ever wondered what happens to rice between the time it leaves the paddy field and the time it finds itself in the shops? This "museum" tells you how. The building itself is a former rice-processing plant, dating from 1900. A video presentation traces briefly the history of rice and especially rice-growing in the region of Valencia, and then on five floors, the visitor is invited to follow the process. This is a working "museum" insofar as the machinery has all been carefully repaired and is in full working order: drums turning, pulleys working, belts moving, all in a recreation which gives the visitor a good idea of what the factory must have been like 100 years ago. The only reproach I would make is that all the labels, explanatory notes and so forth are in Spanish only. This was no obstacle to me, but for others, this would be a handicap. A note for future improvement? I visited on a Sunday when entrance was free, which was an added bonus. The young man on the reception desk was most courteous and helpful and deserves a special mention!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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