Architecture in Valencia. El Cabanyal - Valencia, Spain (A beach suburb)

Architecture in Valencia. El Cabanyal - Valencia, Spain (A beach suburb)

Horchateria de Santa Catalina, Valencia, Spain

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The famous Horchateria de Santa Catalina, which (according to the inscription outside) is over two hundred years old. It can be found just off Plaza de la Reina, at the opposite end to the Cathedral.

City of Arts and Sciences - Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Valencia, Spain

City of Arts and Sciences - Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Valencia, Spain Santiago Calatrava and Felix Candela

Basilica of the Virgin - VALENCIA, Spain

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Castle of Xàtiva, Valencia - Spain - on the ancient roadway Via Augusta leading from Rome across the Pyrenees and down the Mediterranean coast to Cartagena and Cádiz.

Castle of Xàtiva, Valencia - Spain - on the ancient roadway Via Augusta leading from Rome across the Pyrenees and down the Mediterranean coast to Cartagena and Cádiz.

Valencia Cathedral, Spain. Really worth visiting. The architecture will definitely impress you and then climbing up to a cathedral tower will give you and opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sights of Valencia. The cathedral was started in a year 1262 which makes you wonder what a history this cathedral carries.

Inside the cathedral ~ Valencia, Ciutat Vella (Valencia's Old City) ~ Valencia Cathedral was founded in the & incorporates a number of architectural styles & artistic treasures - including the Holy Grail.

Hanging out on Valencia's Plaza Esparto. Tapas restaurants serving tasty inexpensive morsels like marinated anchovies abound in the city.

Hanging out, the best of Spain I recall with great fondness while living & visiting there! Here, hanging out on Valencia's Plaza Esparto. Tapas restaurants serving tasty inexpensive morsels like marinated anchovies abound in the city.

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