After your first metro journey in Valencia, keep the ticket! You can recharge it to use on more journeys, otherwise you have to pay €1 for a new cardboard card each time.
If you're staying in Valencia for a while then ask for a plastic ticket, they cost €3 and are much more durable.
To save a little money at breakfast, brunch and lunch, look for set menus which are usually advertised on boards outside bars and restaurants.
The hours can vary, but breakfast menus are usually available from 8am to 9.30am and brunch from 9am to 10.30am.
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If you're new to the city don't make the mistake of ordering a traditional Valencian paella if you want seafood.
A genuine Valencian paella usually has rabbit, chicken and snails.
If you're visiting Valencia for Las Fallas for the first time, come with plenty of energy and be ready to walk.
Road closures and diversions making travelling by private or public transport difficult, especially in the centre but also in other areas from 17 to 19 March.
If you're making a whistle stop tour of Valencia don't let your luggage get in the way.
Instead, leave it in the lockers in the city's central train stations.