Valencia is a wonderful city, but not only we say so, but according to Forbes magazine, Valencia is the best city in the world to live. And it also tops the list in quality of life. You can check it out in the Expat City Ranking 2022 publications, in which the experiences of people like you, who have come to the city and made it their home, have been evaluated.
+18ºC degrees on average
+2.5k hours of sunshine per year
+20 Km of coastline
+590 hectares of green areas
+40 museums in the city
Declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco, in March you can not miss the city's festivities, where the streets are filled with people, color and noise. Admire the monuments, enjoy some churros with chocolate and marvel at the fireworks.
Eight organic buildings designed by the award-winning international architect Calatrava. An avant-garde architectural, cultural and entertainment space in the heart of the city. Visit the largest aquarium in Europe, learn in the interactive museum, or simply stroll around and enjoy a city within the city.
Visit the ruins of the Muslim wall, climb the bell tower, cross the ancient city gates through the Christian Towers and stroll through the Jewish quarter. Immerse yourself in 9 centuries of history and the mix and multiculturalism that the city offers.
Stroll and relax in the longest linear park in Europe, where you will find sports facilities (baseball fields, softball, rugby, athletics tracks, tennis, skateboarding and soccer fields), playgrounds, and more than 10 kilometers of nature. Come and breathe in the lung of the city.
One of the wonders of the city is the Albufera natural park. Surrounded by rice fields, it is the best place to eat the typical All i Pebre and the authentic Valencian paella and then enjoy an idyllic boat ride watching the sunset.
One of the most accessible cities in Spain, and one of the flattest in Europe, you can tour the city by bike easily. And without having to buy one, since you have the Valenbisi public service. And, if you prefer, you also have the whole city connected by Metro and Bus.
Paella Valenciana, Fideua, All i Pebre, Esgarraet, Puchero, Horchata con Fartons, Buñuelos de Calabaza, Agua de Valencia... With more than 50 traditional dishes for all budgets, Valencian gastronomy will not leave you indifferent!
Visit and get to know the Mestalla, one of the most historic stadiums in the country. A stone's throw from the city center, join the fans and experience the vibrant energy of the sport. And if you pass by the port, don't miss the Formula 1 circuit and the America's Cup venue.
Valencia is not only a sun and beach destination, but has many other charms that you should not miss. Stroll through the villages of the Community, which include some of the most beautiful villages in Spain, and enjoy rural tourism in a spectacular natural environment. Immerse yourself in history and stroll through the oldest castles and walls of Europe.
Valencia is a city with a wide variety of gastronomic options, from traditional restaurants to Michelin-starred haute cuisine establishments. With more than 30 Michelin-starred restaurants, you will be surprised by the quality and diversity of the culinary offerings.
Ciudad de la Luz is the most modern Film Studio in Europe: a complex that has advanced audiovisual production services, and that incorporates all the means and facilities necessary for the development of film and audiovisual productions in all their phases.