Valencia apartments Valencia apartments Valencia apartments

Apartments in Valencia

(4-16 years)
(0-3 years)

Valencia city guide

The best sights of Valencia

Valencia is a fascinating city and there are many things to see. Here is a list of some of Valencia's most popular sights.

Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe

The Science Museum is 42,000 square metres big, 26,000 of them are dedicated to exhibitions. The building is on three floors. The ground floor is where you can buy tickets and visit the shops and restaurants. Also known as The Calle Menor, it is open free to the public and is the venue for a number of exhibitions throughout the year.

On the first floor of the Museum you can find incredibly interesting workshops and interactive science exhibitions, where you can perform experiments yourself.

The second floor is dedicated to "The Legacy of Science"- a chronological sequence based on audiovisual materials revealing the life and evolution of the research of three outstanding Nobel prize winners: Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Severo Ochoa and Jean Dausset.

On the third floor among other exhibitions you will find the “The Chromosome Forest”,
showing large-scale models of the human DNA; "Zero Gravity", created jointly with the European Space Agency and the "Space Academy", which simulates the preparation of a launch to the International Space Station.

Opening hours: 10.00- 21.00 (could close earlier depending on the season and day of the week)

Prices: Between 5.80€ and 8.00€ (additional fees for some exhibitions)

L'Umbracle: The Umbracle is a place where art and nature combine to create a peaceful spot where you can take a walk, while observing sculptures surrounded by numerous plant species.

Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe