Barrio del Carmen

Part of the historic city centre, this millenary quarter rises among two walls: a Muslim wall dating back from the 11th century, and a Christian one built in the 14th century.

Wander the streets and admire its rich historic legacy; its stunning medieval monuments will take you back in time to Valencia's rambling past.

Lonja de la Seda (silk exchange)

Considered a gem of Gothic art, the silk exchange in Valencia is one of the most beautiful examples of civil Gothic architecture.

This historic building features la Torre (the Tower), la Sala del Consulado del Mar (the Hall of the Consulate of the Sea), el Patio de los Naranjos (the Orange Tree Courtyard), and el Salón de las Columnas (the Hall of Columns).

The City of Arts and Sciences

Futuristic and original work by architects Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, the City of Arts and Sciences is a unique complex devoted to leisure and culture and intended to promote scientific and cultural knowledge.

This avant-garde complex houses the Hemisfèric (IMAX movie theatre), the Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe, the Oceanogràfic (the largest aquarium in Europe), and the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, among others.



Silk Museum

Silk Museum

All year

After an extensive restoration, the new Silk Museum opened its doors and reveals the story of the arrival of the silk in Valencia. Discover exceptional pieces including two former looms.

Gran Fira de Valencia

Gran Fira de Valencia

From 1st to 30th july

Culture, entertainment and non-stop tradition. Music, theater, cinema, fireworks, parades, magic shows, workshops, dances, dinners, humor ... This is what Gran Fira of Valencia offers.


The capital of Catalonia boasts a great amount of architectural treasures and a rich historic heritage. ​

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, the ancient city of Tarraco attracts visitors seduced by its rich Roman heritage and archaeological sites designated world heritage by UNESCO. ​

The country's capital and financial centre, Madrid combines modern infrastructures such as the “Puerta de Europa” (Gate of Europe), and a rich cultural, artistic and architectural heritage like its famous historic quarter or the “Madrid de los Austrias” (The Madrid of the Habsburgs). ​​​

Located on the banks of the Ebro river, the streets of the capital of Aragon preserve a rich monumental legacy left behind by Romans, Muslims, Jews and Christians.​​

Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, the rich Arab legacy and charming streets of the historic quarter of the capital of Andalusia captivate visitors. ​