Area: - Barrio Del Carmen
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CENTER VALENCIAOne of the best places we've stayed in on our holiday (France, Spain and Italy). The owner was great and very helpful, the apartment was fabulous and the position was teriffic; it was close to wonderful historic places to visit and close to easy public transport.
Ático con dos terrazas y parking.Lovely modern apartment, with all amenities. The area (Olivereta) is an ordinary neighborhood, which means you can eat and drink at the many little bars and restaurants amongst Valencians. Our contact was very nice, and even though he didn't speak much English, communications went smoothly. There was a Valenbisi station around the corner, and the park was very close. The subway to the bead was very near as well. Would definitely stay again/reccomend.
ABASTOS TERRAZAAll was brilliant.
CENTER VALENCIAThe location is perfect, in the heart of the historical city. Thera are 2 metro stations which are very close only 5 mins walking. The landlord is very friendly, accurate and helpful person. The apartment is clean and very well equiped.
RIPALDA CORNERWell placed for seeing all the city. Great bars and restaurants close by. The apartment was very traditional style, a real home from home. Spotlessly clean and everything you might need.Ester was very welcoming and friendly. Hope to visit again and would certainly recommend Ripalda corner as a great place to stay
Ático con dos terrazas y parking.Nice clean bright and modern apartment. Owner, Jonatan, is friendly and helpful. Good location just outside of the centre of Valencia. Easy access for various districts, beach, Bonaire etc. good selection of local bars and restaurants away from the tourist areas. Good fun trying to speak Spanish as very few locals spoke English. Very safe and locals are very helpful. The building supervisor will have you speaking Spanish.
Valencia is one of the cities that has emerged the most on the European scene in the last few years, becoming one of the most important non-capital ones on the continent with its world-famous museums and events. Its history combines with modernity in a place where gastronomy, especially paella, has a huge role to play. Rent apartments in Valencia and come and see for yourself why Valencia is one of the most popular destinations in Europe today[See more]
What to see in Valencia
Valencia has built world-famous museums in the last few decades. Its City of Arts and Sciences isn’t just a formidable work of modern architecture but also an interesting scientific museum and an aquarium, as well as having a planetarium and a 3D cinema. IVAM is the Valencian Institute of Modern Art, a must for all contemporary art lovers. For those who enjoy more traditional ways of life, the Cathedral, known as La Seu, and the Towers of Quart and Serrano are the most important historical landmarks, as well as the Lonja de la Seda, the Silk Exchange, which is a World Heritage Site. Also, don’t miss out on a delicious paella in one of the many seafood restaurants in the port or on buying figures made of the famous Lladró porcelain.
Districts in Valencia
Of all the districts in Valencia, El Carme is the liveliest of them all. Filled with shops, bars, restaurants and clubs, El Carme is the beating heart of the city and the perfect place to find your cheap apartment in Valencia. Ruzafa is one of the more local districts which has an excellent nightlife in terms of restaurants and bars to have a drink after dinner. Poblats Marítims, as its name indicates in the local language, is the old fisherman’s district, with neighbourhoods such as Cabañal and Malvarrosa, where you can find beaches, the port and excellent seafood restaurants, although its dated appearance contrasts with the more modern parts of the city; one for nostalgic people.
When to visit Valencia
Like all Mediterranean cities, Valencia has a pleasant climate all year long, with hot summers and mild winters. Its popular festivals are between spring and summer, so that’s when it’s most ideal to visit the city.
Transport in Valencia
Valencia has an excellent public transport network, with Metro and buses that will take you anywhere in the city, so there’s no need to use taxis. Riding a bicycle has become an increasingly popular way of seeing the city too. Its airport is also well connected with the city centre and with the whole of Europe.
Popular festivals in Valencia
The Fallas is undoubtedly the most popular and largest festival in the city. For a whole week, the city parties day and night with huge paper-maché figures, fireworks and bonfires. The nightlife is unbelievable during the Fallas and the city doesn’t sleep for a whole week in the month of March, undoubtedly the best time to enjoy your holidays in Valencia. Close to Valencia is the town of Buñol, where in August they stage the famous Tomatina, where tons of tomatoes are thrown in a huge battle that quite literally paints the town red.