You’ll find plenty of orange trees here, but the fruit known as the "Valencia orange" was actually developed in California. Travelers interested in local food should focus on paella instead. While the city contains many monuments, Valencia’s modern crown jewel is the City of Arts and Sciences, a futuristic complex of museums, cinemas, theaters, and more.
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Modern architecture is undoubtedly a good reason to travel. Thing is, everybody knows the usual suspects.
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Spain's welcoming culture, abundance of beautiful nature, and historic sights make any family trip here an exciting proposition. This 13-day itinerary is the perfect amount of time to get to know some of the major regions, including Catalonia and southern Andalusia. Naturally, this vacation includes stops in some of the most incredible cities in the country, including Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, and Málaga.
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Valencia is one of Spain’s great cities, known for its architecture, history and cuisine. This of course means it’s got a range of excellent luxury hotels to choose from, many of which offer indulgent spas. Take a look at our pick of the best. From iconic five-star spa hotels on the beach and those offering stunning views of the City of Arts and Sciences to those located in palaces and manor houses, here’s what we found.
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Experience the best of eclectic Barcelona and València on this 9-day itinerary, featuring tapas, beaches, and guided city tours. Start in Barcelona where you'll explore Gaudí's whimsical architecture with La Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell, and Casa Milà, before heading to the mountains to discover the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey. You'll then ride the high-speed EuroMed to València, the home of paella, to immerse yourself amid medieval buildings, future-forward structures, and golden-sand beach
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