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Wonderful Winter In Valencia

Valencia is not just a summer destination and there are plenty of things to see and do in the winter months too.

Here's a selection of our favourite activities to keep you busy through the cooler (but still warm and sunny!) winter season.


Paella Cooking Class - €60

Cook Your Own Paella

What better place to learn how to cook Spain's national dish than in the home of paella: Valencia!

Experience the bustling local market and learn the secrets to the key ingredients that make up the traditional Valencian paella.

Next you head to the kitchen to cook up a storm, learning tricks that are sure to impress next time you cook for friends at home.


Valencia Wine Tasting - from €23

Valencia Wine Tasting Tour

Discover some of the best wines Valencia and Spain have on offer with this activity right in the city centre!

We've created fun, informal wine tastings at bars in the centre of the Valencia, suitable for anyone, from complete beginners or to wine experts.



Valencia Walking Tour with Lunch - €49

Valencia Walking Tour with Lunch

Make the most of a guided walking tour of Valencia's Old Town and historical centre followed by a delicious lunch.

You'll discover the vibrant history, and architectural splendour of the city in a fun, informative and relaxed manner.

And once you've worked up an appetite you'll enjoy a real Valencian paella with local wine.

Valencia Wine Bus Tour - €70

Valencia wine bus tour

Our vinobus tour is a great, fun way to get out of the city and see the local wine country in Valencia.

Departing from the centre of Valencia on selected Saturdays at 9am, this guided, all-inclusive bus tour takes you to one of the wonderful vineyards in the Utiel-Requena region of Valencia.

City of Arts and Science Segway Tour - €72

City of Arts and Science Segway Tour

This fun Segway tour starts off in Turia Gardens, Valencia’s dynamic former river bed park!

Commencing at the Palau de la Musica Concert Hall, take in the stunning flower gardens, fountains and ponds surrounding the building.

Continue under el Puente del Reino (Kingdom Bridge) flanked by gargoyles, emerging to catch sight of the City of the Arts and Science ahead.