Explore Valencia

Valencia is one of Spain's biggest cities, and among the most energetic. Valencia is located at the Mediterranean coast. Its historic center is a main attraction. Its heritage of ancient monuments, views and cultural attractions makes Valencia one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. 

Valencia is known internationally for the Falles (Les Falles), a local festival held in March, as well as for paella valenciana, traditional Valencian ceramics, craftsmanship in traditional dress, and the architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela. In short, Valencia is a perfect fit for scientific meetings in an ideal atmosphere.

 We are looking forward to meeting you at N&G 2019 in beautiful Valencia!

 
  

Top 5 Things to Do in Valencia 

1. Visit the City of Arts and Sciences

Magnificent architecture, combined with attractions suitable for visitors of all ages and interests.
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2. Visit the Oceanogràfic

Probably the top attraction at the City of Arts and Sciences, the oceanarium is home to 45,000 individual animals from 500 different species. beluga whales, penguins, tiger sharks - you can find them all there.
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3. Valencia Cathedral

The city's gothic chapel with renaissance, baroque and neoclassical elements added over the next few hundred years. You can visit the chapel of the Holy Chalice, which the legend says was one of the few chalices used by Christ at the last supper.

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4. Taste Paella

Taste the glorious paella, the most popular Spanish dish. Valencia gives you the opportunity to taste it where it is originally from.

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5. Go to the Beach

Enjoy the serenity of the sea waves just a few minutes away from the city.

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