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Valencia’s rich culture and history offers many sites and attraction for visitors to the city.

Along with the impressive parks, gardens and bridges, you will find a range of museums, the Valencia Old Town and historical sites.

With exciting attractions spread all over the city, there is something for everyone, including the famous City of Arts and Sciences, the Turia River Bed Gardens traversing the capital, and of course the new Royal Juan Carlos I Marina.

See below for descriptions of all attractions or choose by type of attraction:



Botanical Garden

Housing an important botanical ensemble with some 3,000 species of trees and plants, Valencia's Botanical Garden has a vast collection encompassing all continents, including assortments of palms trees, tropical species and cacti.

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Bioparc Zoo and Cabecera Park

Here we highlight two of Valencia’s great parks to which a combined visit makes a great day out. Cabacera Park at the western tip of Turia River Bed Gardens, gives prominence to water, featuring ponds and waterways, and is a great place to top off a visit to Bioparc zoo.

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Viveros Royal Gardens

The Royal Gardens stand out for their historical value, size, sculptures and fountains.

Although some of the most remarkable gardens found in the city, they no longer receive a large amount of traffic due to the popularity of Turia Gardens.

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Umbracle Gardens

This 4-acre (1.75 hectare) garden is housed within a beautiful structure of floating arches through which you can catch glimpses of the sky and the impressive buildings which form the City of Arts and Sciences.

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Glorieta Gardens

Glorieta Gardens is a small green space, which boasts huge trees providing a lovely place to relax right in the city centre. It is the perfect place for a rest while shopping on Colon Street, or to sit down and enjoy a cool drink in the breeze or perhaps even a small picnic.

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Monforte Gardens

Monforte Gardens are one of the less known treasures of Valencia. A favourite with locals for weddings, these gardens are known as one of the best ornamental and botanical gems of the city, yet are less frequented by visitors.

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Bridges in Valencia

Following Turia Gardens, you will find no less than 17 bridges, both old and new, crossing the former riverbed.

Some of the more historical bridges include San Jose Bridge, Serranos Bridge (opposite the city gates), Royal Bridge and Aragon Bridge. Some of the highlights among the newer structures are the 9th of October Bridge and Exhibition (Peineta) Bridge.

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Prince Felipe Science Museum

This great science museum offers interactive exhibitions and activities featuring science, technology and the environment. Covering three floors, the different exhibitions and displays are fun and easy to understand for children.

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Valencia Modern Art Institute (IVAM)

IVAM is one of the best contemporary art museums in Europe.

Exhibitions focus on modern and contemporary art throughout the twentieth century, featuring those from the crisis of avant-garde through to the 70s.

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MUVIM

The Valencia Museum of The Enlightenment and Modernity, known by its acronym MUVIM, comes highly recommended and is home to collections of medieval, Renaissance, Enlightenment and modern art.

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Fine Arts Museum

The Museum of Fine Arts houses an impressive collection encompassing both Valencian and international works.

Works by respected Valencian painters such as Joan de Joanes, Francisco Ribalta, Espinosa, Vicente López, Sorolla, and Pinazo are featured, alongside artists of international fame such as Pintoricchio, Andrea del Sarto, Van Dyck, Murillo, Velázquez, El Greco and Goya.

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National Ceramics Museum

Housed in Marquis de Dos Aguas Palace, the National Museum of Ceramics is home to a great collection of Spanish, local Valencian and foreign ceramics. The collection largely consists of contributions donated by its founder, Manuel Gonzalez Marti, and showcases a comprehensive look at ceramic production and design over the centuries.

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Fallas Museum

If you can't visit Valencia for Las Fallas, then this museum full of the festival's ninots (giant puppets or dolls) is a must!

Each year, by popular vote, one ninot is “pardoned” from the traditional burning on 19th March and added to the museum’s collection.
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Beneficiencia History Museum

The Centro Cultural La Beneficiencia is a multi purpose cultural centre, which houses the Prehistory and Ethnology Museums. It is located in the vicinity of the Torres de Quart towers, next to the Botanical Gardens. It is also very close to the IVAM.

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Almoina Archaeology Museum

The Almoina Museum is built directly on Valencia’s old city ruins and a visit allows you to see the origins of the city itself.

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