Camping Valencia is, possibly, the best option to visit Valencia due to its easy access by road. In just 12 minutes you can reach the city. You can go by car or by train from Puzol.
Barrio del Carmen
For practical purposes, this is the historic centre of Valencia, and it owes its name to the church and convent of Carmen Calzado. It was bordered by the Moorish wall which today is reduced to the Torres de Serranos towers (beginning construction in 1392) and the Torres de Quart towers.
Must-sees during your trip: go up to see the Miguelete tower, visit the Cathedral, Lonja de la Seda (declared by UNESCO World Heritage on 5 December 1996), Plaza Redonda (Construction by Salvador Escrig Melchor in the year 1840 and rehabilitated in 2012) surrounded by traditional craft shops, or the Central Market (since 1839), is the largest market of fresh products in Europe, with bars where you can enjoy Valencian products.
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Jardines del Turia
Jardín del Turia is one of the biggest attractions in the city of Valencia, and is the biggest city garden in Spain.
Jardín del Turia is a public city park measuring 110ha which was founded in 1986 multiple decades after the Great Flood of Valencia. After that flood, the city council and Government of Spain decided to turn it into a place of leisure and nature for locals and visitors.
In this way, in the year 1986, the Jardín del Turia was born, a park in which one of its more centric sections intermixes with Parque de Viveros.
These gardens cross the city practically from the port, more specifically from the City of Arts and Sciences to the new Bioparc, passing through Parque de Cabecera and Parque Gulliver, perfect to spend the day with the kids.
Natural Park of Albufera
Albufera means, according to its Arabic origins, al-buhayra, the little sea . In certain Arabic poems, it is called Mirror of the Sun, a term that already gives an approximate idea of the beauty and romanticism of this landscape.
La Albufera de Valencia is one of the most highly representative and valuable coastal wetlands of the Valencian Community, until in 1986 it was declared a Natural Park.
Its value to the environment is especially important, as it houses species at risk of extinction, such as the toothcarp. You can discover Albufera in a stroll on foot going around the Natural Park.
Las Fallas are celebrated between 15 and 19 March. Every year in the city of Valencia, hundreds of big and small structures called “fallas” are made(, which are admired by Valencians and visitors until 19 March, the day of the burning, when these big stone and cardboard monuments disappear, consumed by the flames.
The fire, the “mascletàs” pyrotechnics, the castles of fireworks and the traditional participation have made this festival deservedly famous around the world and have led it to being declared a Fiesta of International Tourist Interest.