Duration: 2 Hours
Overview: Welcome to Valencia, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. It is Spain's third most important city. It is a lively city with a very long and rich history. Start this tour by visiting the Cathedral, standing on the site of a former mosque and which dates from 1262. View the magnificent Gothic building of La Lonja (the silk exchange) declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Baroque building of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Forsaken and the Central Market is one of the largest markets in Europe. See the Santa Catalina Tower and Round Square.
Duration: 9 Hours
Overview: La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias ("City of Arts and Sciences") is the largest educational and leisure space existing in Europe combining science and learning in an entertaining way for people of all ages. The complex is divided into three buildings:
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Located within La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias ("City of Arts and Sciences") premises is one of Europe's largest marine parks. The Oceanografic houses marine life where you can discover the beauty and secrets of our planet's primary seas and oceans. It concentrates on nine thematic underwater habitats: the Mediterranean Sea, Wetlands, Moderate and Tropical waters, Oceans, the Arctic, the Antarctic Islands, the Underwater Red Sea Auditorium and the Dolphinarium. It features an awe-inspiring design, the latest technology, 42 million liters of sea water and 45,000 specimens of 500 different species. This marine park will delight visitors of all ages.
Overview: La Tomatina is a food fight festival held on the last Wednesday of August each year in the town of Buñol (history) near to Valencia in Spain. Thousands upon thousands of people make their way from all corners of the world to fight in this 'World's Biggest Food Fight' where more than one hundred metric tons of over-ripe tomatoes are thrown in the streets.
There is limited accommodation for people who come to La Tomatina, so many people take the easier option of staying in nearby Valencia just 38km to Bunol by bus or train. In preparation for the dirty mess that will ensue, shopkeepers use huge plastic covers on their storefronts in order to protect them from the carnage.
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