"La terreta", which is how Valencia is popularly known, is a diverse city that blends tradition and avant-garde on the Mediterranean coast, offering an infinity of different plans.

Get lost in its historic quarter, the "Ciutat Vella", and enjoy prime examples of Valencian Gothic architecture such as the Cathedral and its Miguelete toweror the Palau de la Generalitat. Soak up the culture, art and cuisine on offer in the Ruzafa and Ensanche districts, home to the best hotspots. In fact, it is no wonder that Valencia has been chosen as world design capital 2022.

Any time is good to visit the city, although undoubtedly during the famous Fallas, classed as an International Tourism Attraction, held in March, the city is bursting with life and colour. Make sure to save the date!

It goes without saving that you cannot miss an authentic paella from Valencia, although the city is not only famous for its rice, you can also visit the best signature restaurants or sample a few tapas in El Cabanyal, an old fishermen's neighbourhood bursting with charm.

Travelling by train to Valencia is the fastest, most comfortable and sustainable option. The city has something for everybody, meaning it doesn't matter whether you are travelling alone, with your family, children or with friends. What's more, it always offers the best price.At Avlo, we like to make things easy for you.



Valencia Joaquín Sorolla central station in the city centre is open from 5:45 a.m. to midnight and offers a range of services:

  • Ticket sale
  • Shopping area
  • Car hire
  • Taxi rank
  • Connections with metro and bus services
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park 

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  • The famous City of Arts and Sciences, located on the banks of the River Turia, is one of the biggest scientific and cultural complexes in Europe, offering visitors a unique experience.
  • Legend has it that the Cathedral of Valencia is home to the Holy Grail, the chalice used by Christ at the Last Supper.
  • The city has its own Silk Road that reflects on the importance of this material throughout Valencian history, as shown in its culture and tradition. 
  • The Church of San Nicolás de Bari and San Pedro Mártir is known as the "Valencian Sistine Chapel" on account of its wonderful Baroque frescoes.
  • You cannot leave the city enjoying an "esmorzaret", a type of brunch, at the Central Market, a beautiful Modernist building serving up the best gastronomic products from the region.