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Most popular areas in Valencia for 4-star hotels

Many of Valencia’s most popular hotels can be found in Barrio del Carmen, the city’s vibrant old town district. With idyllic, tree-lined plazas, Gothic buildings, and buzzing nightlife, you could quite happily spend your entire trip here. You’ll find more 4-star hotels in the vicinity of the City of Arts and Sciences, a futuristic cultural park, with architecture that’ll make you feel like you’ve wandered onto the set of a sci-fi movie. If you feel like combining a city break with some down time, base yourself at Malvarossa Beach, in a resort-style hotel.

Top 4-star hotels in Valencia

The Barceló Valencia is a slick 4-star hotel with commanding views of the City of Arts and Science. Here, you can enjoy luxurious facilities like an outdoor pool, a full-service spa, and a scenic roof terrace. The Vincci Mercat is a centrally located home away from home, where the stylish, spacious guestrooms come with appealing finishing touches like premium bedding, flat-screen TVs, and free toiletries. The Melia Valencia, meanwhile, is a stunning high-rise hotel, where you can make use of a gleaming health club, a state-of-the-art business center, and 24-hour room service.

Where to find the best restaurants in Valencia

You’ll find an eclectic array of enticing eateries around Barrio del Carmen. With rustic pizzerias, elegant sushi joints, and innovative Asian fusion restaurants, there’s no need to limit yourself to the wonderful local cuisine. In affluent Eixample, there are well-established, family-run restaurants, where you can gorge on truly authentic Valencian paella, made with succulent fresh chicken and rabbit, and plenty of fresh saffron. At Malvarossa Beach, meanwhile, you can enjoy leisurely summer evenings feasting on fresh seafood whilst marveling at a perfect sunset.

The most popular things to do in Valencia

Valencia Cathedral is a true architectural curiosity. Constructed over the course of centuries, it’s a fascinating mixture of contrasting art styles, from ornate Valencian Gothic, to clean and simple Neo-Classical. It’s home to an amazing collection of paintings, and a chalice dating back to the 1st century BC, which some believe to be the Holy Grail. Climb to the top of its 13th-century Micalet Tower for spectacular panoramic views of the city. The Silk Exchange is another historical attraction. This UNESCO World Heritage site, the former home of the city’s silk trade, dates back to the 15th century and boasts incredible vaulted ceilings. You’ll also find an array of captivating attractions at the City of Arts and Science, such as the colossal Oceanogràfic aquarium, and the interactive Príncipe Felipe Science Museum.

Best ways to get around Valencia

Valencia’s winding alleys and picturesque plazas simply beg to be explored by foot, and most of its central attractions are within easy walking distance of one another. A fun, and increasingly popular, alternative is to take advantage of the city’s public bike rental scheme. You’ll need to buy a pre-paid pass, but these are inexpensive and allow unlimited journeys under 30 minutes for a whole week. If you need to travel further afield, there’s also an efficient Metro system, and an extensive bus network.

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