Eating out in Valencia

Eating in Valencia is a delight, and you can get a decent meal for two with a drink for 40 euros. Of course you can spend a lot more too, but the cheap price of wine really helps to keep the cost down.

Unlike lots of places I’ve visited where you’ve really needed a guide book to find good food, there are decent looking restaurants down almost every side street. Here are some places we enjoyed.

Sagardi


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Things to see and do in Valencia

When I told people I was going to Valencia, the response was often “why there?” Spain’s third city is a fantastic place for a city break: less geared towards tourists than Barcelona, it has great weather, is full of life and there’s plenty to see and do. Here are my favourite picks from our trip…

El Cabanyal and the beach/promenade


Part of Valencia’s appeal is the respite from the city provided by its beaches – miles and miles of them. Continue reading