Valencia Cruises

Known as the gateway to the Mediterranean and the birthplace of paella, Valencia is Spain's third-largest city and is filled with historic sights, futuristic plazas, and golden sand beaches. With beautiful weather all year-round, bustling city squares and pavement cafes, vibrant Valencia is one of the most popular and picturesque cruise destinations in the Mediterranean. Try some tapas and paella at Central Market which is one of Europe longest running food markets or climb down the 207 steps at Valencia's 13th century gothic Cathedral, with the city being very walkable, there is so much to explore. With a thriving culture and unique traditions, you won't regret taking a cruise to the stunning and electric city of Valencia.

Things to do in Valencia

Valencia Cathedral

Located in the heart of the Valencia's old town, the 13th century gothic cathedral is the city's most important religious building.

The City of Arts and Sciences

Valencia's City of Arts and Sciences is the largest cultural and scientific complex in Europe. It is a must-see attraction in Valencia.

The Central Market of Valencia

Valencia would not be complete without the Valencia Central Market. Designed in 1914, the market is one of the oldest in Europe.

Turia Gardens

Created in 1986 and developed by architect Ricardo Bofill, the Turia Gardens is one of Spain's largest urban parks.

Malvarrosa Beach

With fine golden sand and relaxing waters, Malvarrosa Beach is the best-known and most popular beach in Valencia.

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