Experience the bustling vibe of Valencia from a beautiful Art Deco hotel located right in the heart of the city. “A haven of classic elegance” according to The Telegraph, the Westin Valencia is a luxurious holiday base where you can relax in stylish surroundings and enjoy the numerous facilities that are on offer here, in between discovering the city around you. Sample local delicacies in the modernist marble-clad El Jardi restaurant, treat yourself to a few hours of wellness in the 850m² Caroli Health Club, which also includes a fitness centre and an indoor therapeutic pool, or just frolic in your spacious room, while planning your further discovery of Valencia. The Westin is situated a short distance from the urban centre and the impressive City of Arts and Sciences complex, as well as just next to the tranquil Turia Gardens and the striking Mestalla Stadium, you’ll be spoilt for choice when choosing what to do and see while holidaying here.
The third-largest city in Spain, Valencia is an urban jewel adorning Spain’s sun-swept Mediterranean coastline. Unlike other big cities along the sea, however, it seems that Valencia opens up, not so much towards the water, but rather in the direction of its more cultural quarters. Start your exploration by the Torres de Serranos. A gothic remnant from the Middle Ages, these gigantic gates offer views across the city. Next to them you’ll find Valencia’s Old Town, where the stunning cathedral and the adjacent Plaza de la Virgin act as the centre point for the many narrow streets that dart off in all directions from here. Explore the many quaint shops and cafés and make sure you make a visit to the towering, medieval market building known as the Mercat Central, where you can source lots of colourful and tasty treats. After losing yourself in the labyrinth of the Old Town, escape to the green ore of parkland that runs through Valencia. The Turia Park is one of the largest metropolitan parks in Europe and stretches its natural beauty across a 9km long walkway. Follow it past the Puente del Mar and Gulliver Park down to the modernist centre of the city, known as the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. A complex of museums, cinemas and other cultural institutions, this is the stunning frontispiece of contemporary Valencia.
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