The City of Arts and Sciences is is the most prominent tourist destination in Valencia. It is located at the place where the river Turia used to pass.
With its 110,000 square metres and 42 million litres of water it is Europe's largest aquarium. The visit provides an underwater trip, discovering the beauty of all the major seas and oceans on Earth.
The Science Museum is 42,000 square metres big, 26,000 of them are dedicated to exhibitions. The building is on three floors.
Named after the district next to it, this beautiful beach dates back to 1848.
This beautiful edifice was created as a venue for various types of events.
It was the first building to be opened in the City of Arts and Sciences. The Hemisfèric consists of the hall, the main entrance, the projection hall itself and the Perimeter Ring.
It is surrounded by a green area of 87,000 square metres and an expanse of water of over 10,000 square metres.
Also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral, the "Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia" was consecrated in 1238 by the first bishop of Valencia.