Valencia

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Book out of hotel and hire a car to travel to Valencia and take the route A7 southwards for 409 kms through Matara, Tarragona and Costello Piana on the Balearic Sea coast. Stay in the area over night numerous hotels to choose from.

Valencia

A large Port the 5th busiest container port in Europe, founded as a Roman Colony in 138 BC and situated on the banks of the Trial on the east coast. Valencia has 169 acres  containing  Heritage Ancient Monuments, of views and cultural attractions, and the historic centre being one of the largest in Spain. Having a beautiful bay and unspoilt beaches. A mix of old and new dwellings.

Visit the 1238 gothic styled Saint Mary’s Cathedral located in Our Lady Square enter into the stunning Nave, Mission of Mediterraned Church and the Monasterio San Miguel Reyes with its detailed carving, plus numerous more dotted around.

St Marys Cathedral

St Marys Cathedral

St Marys Cathedral

St Marys Cathedral

Monasterio San Miguel Reyes

Monasterio San Miguel Reyes

Other points of interest the 1852 Rail Station, the iconic building of the towers and gate called Torres de Serrans and the Palacio de Justicia, a magnificent building with so many World Heritage sites to explore.

Rail Station

Rail Station

Palacio De Justicia

Palacio De Justicia

Palacio De Justicia

Visit the new city and explore the City of Arts and Science Centre a magnificent modern architectural structure housing the stunning Opera House, a building of exceptional form with water displays and taking over the skyline.

Science Centre

Science Centre

Harbour

Harbour

Formula One

Formula One

Explore the harbour which houses a Formula One Circuit which utilizes the roads skirting the city’s harbour and Americas Cup Port area. Just amazing site even got a swing bridge.