Located on Calle de La Paz, two steps away from the Plaza Porta de la Mar and Paseo de la Ciudadela, the
stunning Vincci Palace Hotel is in the city’s main tourist area
. The hotel is close to the Barrio del Carmen, the city’s nightlife district.
As Spain's third largest and most influential city, it has much to offer its visitors
. Rich in culture, the coastal city is continuously progressing in every aspect that makes a city great, but without sacrificing any of it traditions and charm.
Restaurants are plentiful and Valencia is the home of Spain's most famous dish - Paella
. Restaurants with cuisine from all over the world are available, so whatever tickles your taste buds, you can be sure that you will find exactly what you're looking for.
Here is just a sample of where you can visit while you spend your time in Valencia:L'Oceanogràfic
- A trip to Valencia wouldn't be complete without a visit here. This marine park boasts over 500 different and specific species of marine life, with 45,000 unique examples of the various species. In addition the park also has an amazing Oceanarium that holds a whopping 42 million litres of water.L'Hemisfèric
- One of the most recognisable buildings in Valencia, it is considered to be one of the best planetariums in Europe.Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía Valencia
- Also known as the Queen Sophia Palace of the Arts, this new building has been designed to inspire a futuristic theme or temple dedicated to Queen Sophia.Bioparc Valencia Zoo
- This is a zoo with a difference, and an experience that will remain with you for a long time. For when you go to the zoo you will feel like you have just walked into the middle of Africa, not the centre of Valencia.Estadio Mestalla
- If football is your thing, then it may be worth trying to see a game at Valencia's 55000 capacity stadium. One of Spain's biggest teams and an electric atmosphere to found at games.