The coolest sights in Valencia
After Barcelona and Madrid, Valencia is Spain’s third city and has an extraordinarily rich culture. In the old centre, you can wander through romantic, narrow streets. You will also find the cathedral there and the Mercado Central, an indoor market with a world of fish, meat, vegetables and fruit. The contrast with the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias couldn’t be greater. This modern scientific complex features eye-catching futuristic buildings and design. After all these impressions, your stomach will be grumbling, so time to sample a delicious paella or tapas at one of the many charming squares in the city. Quench your thirst with a refreshing glass of Agua de Valencia (cold drink with cava and orange juice) or Sangria to go with your dish. Sounds good, doesn’t it?