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How to Find the Best Valencia Hotels with Venere

For centuries, Valencia has been one of the most storied cities in Spain and Europe, and to this day remains vital to both economic and cultural development. No matter what reasons bring you to this truly magnificent city, Venere can help you find the best accommodations in Valencia for your needs. We have partnered with numerous Valencia hotels in all parts of the city to ensure a wealth of options in all areas and price ranges, making it easier than ever to get a great deal. Each of our partner locations is rated by previous visitors so that you can avoid any unwanted surprises and make an informed decision regarding amenities and hospitality. Venere additionally provides photos and maps for each partner location to allow you to find the hotel that will make your stay a memorable one. Planning travel doesn't have to be a lot of work; with Venere, most of the work is already done for you, so you can focus on planning how to see as much of Valencia as you can!

What's Valencia Like?

Valencia has a rich history, though one often marked by conflict, and many of its premier sites are reminders of this fact. The Seu, or simply the Cathedral, is a mix of multiple architectural styles (though primarily Gothic), and stands as a nod to the various traditions that once called Valencia home. The Torres de Quart are towers that used to defend the walls of the old city. San Nicolás Church was once the parish of the man who would become Pope Calixtus III. The old Town Hall hosts the Museo Histórico Municipal, which contains many artifacts relating to Valencia's history of strife, from weapons used in the wars between Aragon and the Moors, to artifacts dating to the Spanish Civil War, at which time Valencia was capital of the Republican side. On a more modern - and less bloody - note, the City of Arts and Science is not one museum, but a campus containing several of them, and its unique appearance makes it worth a visit even without considering the exhibitions inside! There is no shortage of history and culture in Valencia. With help from Venere's selection of partner Valencia hotels, you can see it all in comfort and style.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Valencia

Most of the city is easily walkable even during warmer times of the year, though the public transportation system in Valencia is more than adequate. Do bear in mind that many of the locals prefer Catalan (or even the more local Valencian dialect) rather than Spanish, so be prepared - most of the younger generation speaks English as well, however. While in Valencia, it is nearly obligatory to try some paella. Most people have had it before, but not quite as it is done in Valencia, where the dish was invented - and where it is most properly served as a late lunch rather than in the evening. Plenty of other seafood-based dishes are popular amongst the Valencian population as well, and some utilize unique ingredients such as the squid ink used in arròs negre. Bars, clubs, and beaches are all popular hangouts here for visitors and locals alike. However you choose to most enjoy your visit, Venere can help you find the accommodations in Valencia that will make your trip the most pleasant. With our selection of Valencia hotels, you simply cannot go wrong!