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Travel to Spain - Surprises in Valencia Spain


									                                     Presented by Daniel Toriola

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                                          Surprises In Valencia Spain
                                              By Ciara McNamara

    I have been an avid visitor on my holiday to the city of Valencia since 1980, and only noticed slight
improvements and changes as far as its tourist offers were concerned, but in the last five or six years,
this city has so much to do that I find myself travelling there whenever I can. I have always been
fascinated by the Saint Joseph Festival of Fallas, then came the opening of the first buildings in the
complex called ‘The City of the Arts and Sciences’, with the last building just recently opened. But living
on the coast, you indirectly get caught in the tidal wave of sailing and the Americas Cup event which
started in Valencia on 26th of November 2003 and which has brought many people into the world of
navigating.      Yearly Valencia Happenings Valencia Fallas is a yearly happening which reaches its
highest points on the night of March 19th after having initiated the beginning on March 15th with
stunning carton monuments on almost every corner, half hour long fireworks every night, historical
parades of the Moorish in the streets and the local people dressed up in their best brocade traditional
outfits in a jovial religious procession bringing flowers to the Virgin of the Unsheltered ( the Patron
Saint of Valencia).

Another ‘not to be missed’ permanent attraction is the architecture which houses the now complete
City of the Arts and Sciences. There are four main buildings:

+ Oceanographic- with over 45,000 samples of 500 different species of underwater life including a
special tank with sharks which you can walk under.

+ Museum of the Sciences Prince Philip- where you can participate in all kinds of experiments and
learn a lot more about biology and genetics.

+ The Hemispheric- where you can sit back, choose and enjoy any of the three audio-visual shows,
either at the Planetarium, the Laserium or on the gigantic screen watching documentaries where you
feel you are an active part.

+ The Queen Sophia Palace of Arts – this was just opened in October 2005 with the presence of the
Queen. Here, all visitors will be honoured with performing arts in theatre, opera and all kinds of dance
exhibitions. Let’s Monkey around in Valencia Spain If you are planning to travel to Valencia for
whatever holiday at the end of next year, you will find yourself with the new Valencia Zoo or BioPark
situated in a new green area and housing among other animals, over 250 species from the African

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savannah. Its to be 14 times bigger than the existing one and will take approximately six hours to see it
all, but do not worry because the weather in Valencia is sunny and mild in winter. The young and old
will be able to enjoy seeing the natural habitats of all these different animals that one usually cannot
contemplate unless you actually travel there.

In 2006, there will also be more fleet and match races with the Americas Cup. Valencia will have three
more Louis Vuitton Acts starting in May and continuing on into autumn. The port area will have
undergone a big change and you can leisurely stroll around to get a close up view of the competing
boats. There is also an official store where you can get all the seafaring attire your heart desires.

With all these new activities, the Valencia Airport has been making important improvements and has
been gradually increasing its offer of flights from all over the world. There are new hotels and better
transport for all those who wish to be an important part of Valencia Spain.

Ciara McNamara distributes very often to the information source at The writer is writing on subjects such as Valencia Spain ( ) .

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                                      Things To Do In Valencia Spain
                                                 By Lee Smith

Valencia is one of the tourism capitals of the world and it has a very interesting history that dates all the
way back to when it was the Old Kingdom of Valencia. It is now a province in Spain and has a capital
city with the same name and if you are interested in visiting some of the most beautiful areas in the
world then Valencia definitely needs to be a part of your traveling experiences.

 Valencia, at the current moment, could quite accurately be referred to as a city in transition. This is
because it is one of the oldest cities on the world, yet in many other ways is also one of the newest.
People that are interested in visiting Valencia will of course have seen postcards that show that the city
architecture is centuries old, but something that they might not know as well is that Valencia has a
relationship with the newly constructed City of Arts and Science. It is at one of the hubs of modern
thinking of today’s world and this in combination of its hosting of the 2007 America’s Cup shows how
committed the government of Valencia is to modernizing the city. It is this melding of old world and new
that makes Valencia such a charming place to visit.

 If you are interested in visiting Valencia, then you should visit in either the Spring or the Fall months.
Valencia tends to have somewhat extreme temperatures in the other two seasons and those extreme
temperatures also tend to remove the possibility of a number of activities that you might be able to do
in the Spring/Fall months. This includes things like sun-bathing (too cold in winter, possibility of
massive sunburn in the summer) and hiking (too cold in winter, larger possibility for heat stroke in the
summer) and generally other outdoors type activities. Being outdoors is a big part of getting the full
Valencia experience so for that reason it is best to visit outside of the Summer and Winter months.

 There are two primary languages spoken in the area and those are Valencian and Spanish. If you are
in the urban areas of the province such as the city of Valencia, then you can get away with speaking
Spanish and to some degree English most of the time. However, if you are in the rural areas of the
province then Valencian is the language of preference and some locals will even take offense if you
address them in Spanish. Therefore, it is a good idea to learn some Valencian before you happen to
visit this area of the world. The younger generation of Valencians does speak English, but if you visit
Valencia within the next five to ten years you will probably be called on at some point to use your
Valencian language skills.

 All in all, this is a very beautiful city with a very rich history that gives rise to many tourist attractions
that you will enjoy. The trip to Valencia is definitely worth the price you pay for it and many people
eventually do come back because they enjoy their first time so much.

For hotel, flight & travel information and a guide to Valencia in Spain., go to:

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