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August 16, 2015

Next to the Mediterranean Sea, this city, that has changed a lot during the last years, offers different and interesting places to visit and a strong gastronomy which is worth to know.

Mercat Central The most famous market in Valenica, plenty of activity and stalls.



La Lonja Magnificent building in the old part of the city, where fish was sold centuries ago.


Bodega Casa Montaña:  Placed in Es Cabañal, the fishermen’s neighbouhood next to the Malvarrosa beach. It looks like an old cellar and you can find there tapas. There is a restaurant inside.


In the city center:

El Bon Menjar (Carrer dels Assaonadors o Calle Zurradores, 7,  Valencia): delicious rice in a traditonal place. Good option to menu, tasty food and good prices.


Horchatería Santa Catalina (Santa Caterina Sq, 6, Valencia): classical place to taste horchata with fartons, emblematic examples of Valencian “sweet” gastronomy.


Other recommendations in the city center, Le Creperie Bretonne (Bordadores St 6, Valencia), creps are the specialty, and La Pappardella (Bordadores St.5, Valencia) nice Italian restaurant.


Mercat Colón , out of the city center. Beatiful building, nice to visit in Christmas time.


And Valencia offer a lot of things to see, like the Malvarrosa beach and the promenade, with spanish stars mentions on the floor (imitating Hall of Fame),


or the Ciutat de les Ciències i les Arts, a walk in the city center, etc


We hope this post help you to eat well there!

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