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Valencia itself is a quirky yet charming city thanks, in part, to the architectural contrasts of historical monuments and cutting-edge modern buildings combined with a vibrant and tantalising food scene and, of course, the exceptional climate.

Moreover, with countless monumental attractions and the hospitable Mediterranean spirit, Valencia is also a strong candidate as one of the top European MICE destinations.
The blend of state-of-the-art facilities and iconic venues like the City of Arts and Sciences and the Conference Centre designed by Norman Foster were among of the factors why Valencia has been chosen to host some of the biggest congresses.

You’ll find traces of its past in the heart of the historical town, such as the Gothic Cathedral and the Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange), which are two of the city’s most iconic buildings. The Palau de la Generalitat, the Palau de la Música and the Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) are also must-sees for their incredible architecture.

Valencia is also a paradise for urban shopping with malls, boutiques, and pop-up shops found dotted all over town.
As for gastronomy, you can sample the city’s extraordinary food culture through the toothsome tapas dishes found in the local bars; the artfully conceived dishes found in Valencia’s five Michelin-starred restaurants ample selection of Michelin star restaurants. Or, by simply chowing down on a fresh plate of Spain’s most famous foody export, the Valencian born rice dish, Paella.