The 4-star Vincci Lys is situated in the centre of Valencia on a quiet pedestrian street. The city's many shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are all within walking distance and the nearest train station is only a short walk away.
When it comes to places to go and things to see, Valencia delivers. With the hotel in such an advantageous position, you will be able to visit many, if not all of Valencia's main attractions. The stunning, futuristic style design of The City of Arts and Science create a stark contrast to the city's ancient walls and medieval churches and cathedrals. Other top sights are The Town Hall Square, Virgin Square, Escola Pia and The Micalet which are all easily reached. Things to see and do include:IVAM (Valencian Institute of Modern Art)
- As the first modern arts museum to open in Spain, the IVAM has maintained its status as one of the major arts institution in the country. The 20th-century arts museum has over 400 artworks that include sculptures and paintings. The museum is divided into two sections: the Centre Julio González and the Sala de la Muralla (a gallery in the basement that houses temporary exhibitions).La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia
- This glorious Gothic 15th-century silk exchange building is one of Valencia's most beautiful ancient buildings. Featuring a sandy-brown exterior, the ancient edifice has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The building was constructed between 1482 and 1548 and still stands tall in Valencia's historical centre. For history buffs, be sure to take time to visit this gem.La Seu/Catedral (Valencia's Cathedral)
Constructed between 1262 and 1426, this atmospheric building is said to hold the Cup of the Holy Grail among other treasures and offers excellent views of Valencia from its bell tower, the Torre del Miguelet (El Micalet). The architectural style of the cathedral is predominantly Gothic although it contains bits of Romanesque and baroque styles too. If you're here on a Sunday, join in the mass and experience the cathedral from a local's perspective.