10 Things to do in Valencia, Spain Travel Guide


Join us as we visit Valencia, Spain in this travel guide covering top things to do in the city, the best attractions to consider and local Valenciana food worth …



  1. Todas las maravillas actuales de Valencia, se han hecho gracias a políticos,inteligentes, soñadores y futuristas. Los cuales tuvieron muchas críticas durante años.
    La misma acción que los faraones de Egipto,y ahora disfrutamos de las pirámides.

  2. Con las tapas ya no se come más todo eso es para 6 personas, picar solo, no podréis con la paella.
    Con la chufa y las almendras se hace "leche" buenísima para las diarreas y problemas de estómago, hígado e intestino. Es buenísima.Bebida de reyes de Valencia.

  3. The paella I had in Valencia was awful. Loved the Turia Gardens and the futuristic architecture. Loved biking along the park. Went to a jazz performance, and the Spanish don't know jazz. You have to be careful when taking the train there're two stations. Having a beach really was appealing.

  4. Inglés

    La Fideuá is not from Alicante, it is originally from Gandia, a small tourist town 65 km south of Valencia along the coast. In the area of ​​Alicante is typical "Arroz a banda" is like Fideuá but with rice. In the Valencian Community there are many different dishes with rice, but the most famous is paella. Greetings from Spain, I really liked the video, you are very nice and friendly, you will always be welcome.

  5. horchata is great when it's not overly sweet. as for the cathedral, i never went inside and never want to pay for it (even the holy grail's not worth it). i opt for entrance-free churches instead where you can go inside, sit quietly and observe the rituals and i'm not even religious. for art and history, i'd just go to museums instead and even if you have to pay it's not much and it's totally worth it. the turia park is great for jogging and it's my favorite spot to do so. during warmer months there are usually free concerts, and now that there are berklee students they sometimes host their own concerts there too.

  6. Muy buen video! Visite valencia en septiembre y fue toda una pasada! Muy buena lista🥰 hice un pequeño video también sobre mi visita 🥰🥰

  7. Amazing video about Valencia ! I love that city. nd your travel channel is great ! 😀
    I also made videos about amazing Valencia for my Youtube channel 😀

  8. Can you tell me the name of the restaurant that you have in paella the est you eat at video 7.33 ?
    Do we need to buy ticket if we just walk outside the art and science museum?

  9. There are a lot more descriptive words than awesome and great. Doesn't provide information. Get a vocabulary, describe attractions rather than sound like Bill and Ted on an EXCELLENT adventure.

  10. Oh Men. Another boring video with people who are obsessed with food and drink. (Or just don’t know a different way to shoot a video).

  11. Hi Sam and Audrey, thank you for this awesome video. What is the name of the Tapas restaurant you went too please right at the beginning of the video. Am keen to try it. Currently in Valencia now

  12. Os Faltó visitar la plaza redonda, la playa y el parque natural de la Albufera, pero no se puede ver todo en dos dias, buen video.

  13. I’m having a bit of a Spanish theme to travel at the moment and visited Seville at the new year. As I’ve some work time off at the start of March I’ve decided to head to Valencia and Madrid and of course had to come here and see if you guys had any recommendations of what to do and, importantly, where and what to eat!! And of course you did so many thanks for this. It looks like a lovely city and will sure be warmer than Edinburgh in March! PS have you guys visited Seville? Great city with so many little bodegas and tapas places and so little time haha 😂

  14. i enjoyed your vlog. just wondering what time of year u were in valencia. planned a side trip to valencia from and spend a night before heading to madrid

  15. I'm so happy to see Valencia get a little love. I've been visiting there for over 25 years. It's my absolute favorite Spanish city. Small(ish), warm, fun, very few tourists, cheap and great food.

  16. You visited the right attractions, only missed the roman ruins at the Almoina.
    The Turia gardens at the old river bed (9km) is a must, you made 40% by bike, but when you reach the 100% near the zoo , it continues on the actual Turia river bed for… don't know like 30km more?

  17. Love this video. Currently in Valencia, and it is amazing here, really loving it here. The Arts and Sciences building/area was superb!

    Leaving on Saturday to go back to miserable London, but will be returning back here again!


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