The Incredible City of Valencia

The city of Valencia boarders the Mediterranean Sea, lying between the cities of Barcelona to the north and Alicante to the south. Valencia is the third largest city in Spain with a history dating back over two thousand years. Its warm climate, with average yearly temperatures of over 22°C, mean outdoor living at its very best – freshly-grown local fruit and vegetables, lazy long lunches and siesta time. Famous as much for its oranges as the spectacular annual Fallas Festival in March, the city has a great variety of culture and architecture that will excite and entertain.