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Valencia – the charming hometown of paella
Some scientists think that the Spanish seaside city of Valencia is where the chalice of Holy Grail is hidden. Even without any religious motives, this place truly does look like a goblet, filled with colourful essence of unity between different cultures, strikingly beautiful parks, and impressive architecture, as well as fantastically delicious dishes and bright-minded, temperamental people. Visiting Valencia is a dream come-true for every traveller.
How to travel?
Cheap flights to Valencia finish at the nearby Manises airport, located 9 kilometres away from the city centre. It in turn can be reached by using comfortable metro and buses. Valencia’s beauty is best observed by travelling on foot, using public transport, or renting a bike.
What to taste?
Valencia is a city where, a long time ago, the dish by the name of paella was born; a dish made from rice and chicken. You should definitely try to taste original recipe paella and then possibly compare it to other kinds of the same dish, for example, the ones with rabbit meat or seafood.
While visiting Valencia, it is recommended to try some tapas, or tasty bite-sized snacks. Why not also indulge in a Catalonian seafood dish of zarsuela de mariscos or the Basquian dish of bacalao al pil pil, made from brined cod, onions, and olives.
For dessert, order some churros (donut-like sticks), hot chocolate, and some of that magnificent and refreshing Spanish wine or a glass of fresh exotic fruit juice.
What to see?
If you have a liking of monasteries and temples, Valencia may have a pleasant surprise for you. Here you will find a striking and sturdy cathedral that recalls the early days of Arab ruling. It is believed that this cathedral is where the chalet of Holy Grail is hidden. Just nearby, you can find a Carmes monastery and other majestic religious buildings.
The avant-garde City of Arts and Sciences offers several unusually shaped but gorgeous-looking buildings and museums to visit. The city inside of Valencia shows a strong contrast between the medieval Valencia gate, the ancient market of La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia, and a modern market of Mercado Central that was built in Art Noveau.
What to do?
A zoo, Turkish gardens, an oceanography park are all great places to take a walk all around and get better acquainted with Spanish nature. If you’re looking for something more active, you and your family should go visit the theme park of Terra Mitica.
Thousands of tourists come to Valencia because of its energetic and fun spring festival of Las Fallas and a museum of the same name. Other possible activities include observing live Spanish corrida or temperamental flamenco dance. Valencia truly has something to surprise you with, but the taste and quality of the very essence in the goblet-city will depend on yourself and your holiday choices.
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