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|Valencia city centre|
|Manises Airport (VLC): 6 mi from city centre|
Valencia, here we come! You won't be short of choices when it comes to choosing your cheap flights to Valencia Airport (VLC). If you're looking for the cheapest tickets to Valencia, stick with the low cost airlines, both easyJet and Ryanair fly to Valencia from London.
Looking for budget flights to Valencia? This coastal city enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers, making it perfect for visiting year-round.
Flights to Valencia from London take 2h 20min.
Take-off with cheap flights to Valencia and discover this gorgeous coastal city on the banks of the Turia River. It's one of the most popular cities in Spain so why not spend your holidays in Valencia? Once you've done some sightseeing, there's always the chance to hop the beaches with a Valencia rent car.
Museo Fallero: This museum is home to ninots of the Fallas festivals of years past. They are usually burned on the last day of the festival but each year one is saved which is introduced into the museum's collection.
City of Arts and Sciences: Most of you will recognize this sight by the architecture. This research facility was built in 1999 and designed by Santiago Calatrava and Felix Candela.
Valencia cathedral: Three gates welcome visitors to the lobby, one in Gothic style, one in Baroque style and the last in Romanesque style. Did you know that this cathedral houses the Holy Grail?
Find more information on Turisvalencia.es.
Valencia's rising popularity has given it plenty of time to outfit itself for tourists and there are plenty of options for hotels in Valencia while you're here. If you're planning to stay a week, consider renting a holiday apartment with a kitchen. If you're only staying for a short visit, a hotel in the city centre will be perfect.
Valencia, on the eastern coast of Spain is not only a favourite during summer but winter as well. Catch some wintery sun in Spain this year with easyJet, just £55 from London.
Fires, traditions, parodies, parties, a little bit ironic, a little bit satiric and a whole lot wild! Valencia heats up in March as the city celebrates it’s annual Fallas festival. Where else can you see papier-mâché puppets of politicians burst into flames? This spring festival is not to be missed. Festival low-down If you’ve never been to … Continued
Known largely as one of the best spring festivals of the year, Valencia’s Las Fallas is one party that is not to be missed this March. Can you think of any other city that rings in the new season with artistically crafted papier-mâché puppets and then lights them on fire amongst a huge fireworks display? … Continued