From the moment we arrived at the airport in Nairobi, until the time we left, we were accompanied by wonderful Kensington staff.
- Al M.
Valencia is home to some of the country's most extensive collections of art and modern art facilities you find anywhere in the nation. The wealth of architecture, the epitome of which is the cathedral, established over centuries, makes the city a living museum. La Lonja remains one of the finest medieval buildings found anywhere in Europe, while the modernista train station is likewise one of the finest exponents of that style. A large student population means that the bars and clubs of the city are always packed and lively. This is the birthplace of paella, the most famous Spanish dish in the world and you must try any of the seemingly hundreds of varieties on offer in the city's excellent restaurants.
Valencia is a tale of two cities - one a historic city of museums and hidden alleys to explore, with stunning traditional architecture and lively tapas bars, the other a modern state of the art waterfront, with relaxed seaside restaurants and funky modern design. Discover them both on your unforgettable visit to Valencia - and be sure to try Paella (the dish originated here)!
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