Hotels in Valencia
Budget hotels in ValenciaSee all
Jardines Del Parterre Rooms & Breakfast
Valencia 524 m from city centre
Featuring a shared lounge and free WiFi, Jardines del Parterre Rooms & Breakfast is located in the Ciutat Vella of Valencia,...
Red Nest Hostel
Valencia 482 m from city centre
Offering a new concept, this hostel lies on Calle la Paz Square. The centre is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The hotel...
Valencia 134 m from city centre
Located next to Valencia's main square, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, this simple guest house offers a free Wi-Fi zone, free luggage...
Valencia Lounge Hostel
Valencia 621 m from city centre
This homely guest house is located in Valencia's beautiful and historic El Carmen district. It offers charming rooms with...
Valencia 1.6 km from city centre
Hostal Waksman is located in the popular district of Russafa, 15 minutesâ€™ walk from Valencia train station and the...
Valencia 114 m from city centre
Hostal Moratin offers accommodations with free Wi-Fi and is 262 feet from Valencia’s main square, Plaza del Ayuntamiento....
Tourism in Valencia
The port of Valencia is divided into two beach zones. To the north are Malvarrosa and Cabañal-Arenas, which are the most frequented and offer every service. The two beaches are connected by a beautiful promenade which provides for every desirable need and comfort, making this the most vibrant part of the city, 24 hours a day.
To the south are Playa Pinedo, El Saler and Le Devesa, which are surrounded by dunes and pine groves that protect them from the coastal winds. Moreover they are found in some of the most beautiful surroundings of the west, close to the Park of Albufera.
In all these beaches one can enjoy windsurfing and sailing, and there are also golf courses if you wish to use them. The canals of the lagoon of Albuferra can be crossed by boat, or you can take a walk by the Malvarrosa or Cabañal and enjoy the views of the Gulf of Valencia and try the tapas of the region on its terraces (at night this is one of the pedestrian zones of the city).
The region of Valencia has become known for its nightlife young people go out on Thursday or Friday and often dont come home until Sunday. Nocturnal activity is concentrated in Cánovas, the pub zone in el Carmen, where people drink chupitos and where the crowd is diverse. The older generations are found in the pubs of Juan Lorens, la Avendia de Aragón, and Xúquer, where you will find singing on most nights. The largest number of discos is found in the area of Viveros, Avenida Blasco Ibañez and Avenida Primado Reig.