Book an Easter Break in Valencia

Book an Easter Break in Valencia

Amy Van De Casteele

The picturesque historic city of Valencia, situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, exudes a unique aura of charm, which never fails to enchant tourists, who flock to this city in droves to visit its fascinating attractions and enjoy the beaches and vibrant local culture. If you want to explore the city’s ancient streets book an Easter break in Valencia with HotelTravel.com and make use of our unbeatable discounts.

Conveniently located minutes from the city centre is the Confortel Aqua 4 Hotel which provides comfortable modern 4 star accommodation, including 24-hour reception, internet access and room service. Another charming 4 star hotel in the heart of Valencia is the Vincci Lys Hotel boasting a prime location and luxurious furnishings, leading to a high rating from HotelTravel.com customers. If you want to treat yourself to a stay in a 5 star hotel, why not opt for the Balneario Las Arenas Hotel in Ciudad de Artes y Ciencias, a luxurious establishment which counts a swimming pool, sauna and fitness centre among its upmarket facilities.

If you are interested in architecture or just want to take advantage of a holiday photo opportunity, be sure to explore Valencia’s Barri del Carme neighbourhood, which forms the historic heart of the city and enjoy the mingling of the old with the new, which is so in evidence here.

From there move on to the Valencia Cathedral, a majestic edifice which combines elements of the Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic and enjoy the sweeping views from the Micalet Tower. The Silk Exchange building (or La Lonja de la Seda) is similarly interesting, having been declared the most well-preserved late Gothic building in the country, and is particularly remarkable for its interior vaulting and the various mischievous gargoyles which adorn it.

When you’re not exploring the city’s sights, enjoy some relaxing hours on one of the local beaches or take a day trip to the hot springs located 90 kilometres north of the city. Supposedly a former bathing place of a Moorish king’s harem of women, the spring waters are rumoured to keep you looking young and beautiful – or, at the very least, clean and refreshed.

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