Having recently meandered through the labyrinth-esque streets of Valencia’s old town, the topic for my next blog post sprang to mind in a flash. The subtle and impressive world of urban street art in this already captivating city! This kind of art is generating a lot of curiosity lately, and it is justified, it has become a new way of vindicating some old abandoned buildings and the walls in some streets… without a doubt, most of the time, it is in a beautiful decorated form.
Today the tour I propose begins at the Calatrava Bridge, continues through the old riverbed of the Turia River to the area of the City of Arts and Sciences and from there we will go to the Royal Navy and the beach of Malvarrosa / Patacona and return. Let’s go?
If you are in Valencia or you have already visited it, it may seem that 48 hours is very little time to visit the city. With this post I intend to draw you a detailed guide, and with the route that I propose to you, I promise, you will not miss any building or nice corner to see!
Here we go!
Where is Valencia?
Valencia is bathed by the Mediterranean Sea on the east coast of Spain and has a dry Mediterranean climate of warm summers, mild winters and average annual temperature of 18.4°C. The hottest month is August and the coldest January, Sigue leyendo
The two official languages of Valencia are Castilian Spanish and Valenciano
Valencia is located in a strategic point of the Iberian Peninsula, 360 km from the Spanish capital Madrid and 350 km from Barcelona, and is well-connected to other cities in Spain and the rest of Europe. Sigue leyendo