Saturday, August 24, 2013

If You Ever Get to Valencia

Beautiful beaches, tropical heat, the beautiful architectural structure, good people and a rich cultural heritage, the City defines Valencia, Spain.

Valencia City along the banks of the River Turia, on the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the western part of the Mediterranean Sea Spain. It is home to about 800,000 people, all with different customs and traditions. Name of the town means "strength" or "value". It is a city that is constantly evolving and changing over time. It is for this reason that Valencia is an excellent choice for a leisure trip, because it can offer visitors an exciting sights and attractions not usually found elsewhere.

When you decide to go to Valencia you can see this wonderful place:

1. The Beautiful Gardens

Valencia is home to some of the most beautiful parks in the world. If you like the smell of fresh flowers, you can walk Gardens Real Montforte Park, Botanic Garden. You can also stroll the narrow, winding streets of the village of Carmen.

2. The Museums

You can find many museums in Valencia to showcase works of art by famous artists of all time. Here are a few museums in the Fallas Museum, Museum grandchildren, History Museum, the National Ceramics Museum, Valencia Institute of Modern Art and the Museum Ibañes Blasco.

3. Palaces

If you want to see how the palace looks, you can plan a visit to Valencia old castle, which was built in the early Middle Ages. You also can visit the following website: Marquês de Dos Aguas Palace, Palau de la Generalitat, the Congress, Cervello Palace or the Palace of Music.

4. Cathedral

If you are a religious person or a visitor to visit the church, which you can do in Valencia as good. The Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia is a must. This is a Catholic Church built in Gothic style of architecture of the 13th century and has 15 cross plan. A revered holy chalice was found in one of the chapels. Inside the chapel is a 15th century painting by local artists and other artists Jacomart Rome.

5. La Lonja

La Lonja is a late Gothic architectural structures. This is the original silk exchange and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. This is an excellent example of the wealth of the Golden Age of Valencia. The building consists of three sections of the page and wall, Orange Park. In the main room hire amazing support Playing field. Hall is the place where traders meet to do business. Consulate Pavilion is a side wing of the Market, which is the home of Sea Commercial Court Court first formed in Spain. Central Market Towers third part of the structure where the merchant can not pay their debts in prison.


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