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Hotels in Valencia

Hotels in Valencia

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Valencia is the euro.

£10 = 5 bottles of beer, or 1 paella.


The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

As with much of Southern Europe, Spain, particularly the east coast on the Balearic Sea, enjoys long hot summers with little rain and countless hours of bright sunshine. The hottest part of the year runs from June to August but either side of this period temperatures still regularly exceed 30 degrees. During this peak the Spanish sun is famously fierce, so remember to cover up and seek shade between 11am and 3pm.
Hotels in the Old City (Ciutat Vella to the locals) are a great spot for tourist attractions. Visit Valencia Cathedral to climb to the top of its Miguelete bell tower and see the alleged Holy Grail. It’s a five-minute stroll from here to La Lonja de la Seda, the Gothic-style former Silk Exchange. Central Market is just across the street, where you can pick up local meats, cheeses and fruits.Holidaying couples looking to soak up some sun might want to look for hotels in El Cabanyal. This is a great starting point to explore Valencia’s beaches, beginning with Playa Las Arenas – where the paella is second to none. Wander up the coast to reach Playa de la Patacona and indulge in cocktails in its beach bar and the golden sands.Families with children will find the public transport links and shopping streets are a draw when it comes to hotels in Eixample. There’s also the City of Arts and Sciences, a two-kilometre complex with five sectors featuring aquariums, interactive exhibitions and IMAX cinemas exploring the area’s cultural and scientific heritage. You can find Spain’s second largest art collection in the Museu de Belles Arts de Valencia, with work by El Greco, Goya and Ribalta.Stay in a hotel in Campanar to be a ten-minute drive away from Bioparc Valencia. The zoo’s philosophy is ‘zooimmersion’, so the animals’ surroundings are as close to their natural habitats as possible. Here you can see everything from tiny pygmy mice to lofty giraffes.
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