The Valencia, Spain bucket list: 10 things to visit and experience

Valencia, Spain: What to do in Valencia? These are my 10 favorite things to do in Valencia!
Be amazed by these 10 top experiences in Valencia!

•Old city center
•Plaza de Ayuntamiento
•Plaza de la Virgen
•Miguelete Tower
•Mercado Central & Mercado Colon
•Baños Arabes
•Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
•Rent a bike
•Agua de Valencia
•Valencia by night

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Safe and Healthy Travel says:

Great city!! I love Spain!

Lucie Belohradska says:

Was there two months ago absolutely loved it

Sex and Skate and Rock´n´Roll says:

Great video!!! Thanks a lot!!!

Amilton Rodrigues De Souza says:

belissimo video, Valencia es uma cidade muito linda.

Ximo says:

Nice video but..Why flamenco music?.We are not andalucian people and we (Valencian people)never listen to flamenco and don´t dance flamenco.It is like playing bagpipes in Kent.

Guillem BA says:

Quin Miguelete ni que collons, Micalet de tota la vida!

c-gamer says:

Like si eres valenciano

Tarar Support says:

valencia buildings are beautiful but girls are not as I was hoping

Run The Atlas says:

This is so cool! I was just in Valencia! It was similar to Barcelona with less tourists. Vlog in my channel!

Local Traveller says:

Great video! very informative 🙂

JCanadés says:

The music of your video is not typical of València, is typical of Sevilla, for exemple.

Jl Higs says:

So much better than Barcelona

Bernard Ber says:

Very nice architecture in Valencia. Thanks for the video.

Axolot Brochanes says:

beautifull places to visit in Valencia.

Just Perfect Moments says:

I am from Valencia and I really enjoyed your video 🙂

Goodnightmoon says:

As a Valencian I think you did a fantastic job with this video, hope you like it and I strongly recomend you to visit the city again between 15th and 19th of March to live Les Falles, one of the best and most uniques traditional festivities in the world.

doylie45 says:

Excellent video. So good, I’ve embedded it into my own Andalucia website

J T says:

are you using a gopro and gimbal or what is your gear setup this is fantastic quality?

You-Ghost says:

Gracias por enseñar nuestra ciudad al mundo de esta forma tan bonita y con tanta clase y detalle.
Un abrazo guapísima

BoSs86 says:

Nice video! I think You must add The Quart towers, similar to The serranos towers and near to city The Albufera, a very beautiful ‘lake’ where You can eat The tipical valencia Paella!

Antonio Garcia Romero says:

World Wanderista where are you from?

Be a local Valencia says:

I’m pleasantly surprised you have included the Baños del Almirante; it’s quite hidden and not well known! Did you know that despite looking Arab they were actually built by Christians when Valencia was no longer Islamic? This type of architecture is known as Mudejar; our Moorish legacy runs deeper than most people think. These baths were also one of the few public baths that were used continuously from their construction in the 14th Century til the 20th Century. Great video. 🙂

MyFireworks says:

11: the Fallas ☺️

s frozen mind says:

You forgot to visit Rita Barbera’s grave and drink a lot of Cassalla typical valencian 100% approved by el caloret faller

Dottor Strabik says:

tu eres muy hermosa when youre drunk <3

Diana Solet says:

As a Valencian I can’t recommend going to the ciudad of las artes y las ciencias or the biopark. Both places were built as tourist traps and everything is expensive there. You did a great job listing all the things you can visit in the old city. You even mentioned Ruzafa!

Energy123 says:

OMG our teacher used your video for the lesson XD

Vicky Prm says:

Hi! Glad you liked my city. I personally prefer Plaça de la Reina, which is next to Plaça de la Verge (Plaza de la Virgen)

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