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Valencia is a port city on the Mediterranean Sea in southeastern Spain. It is the third-largest city in Spain. Known as the City of Arts and Sciences, the city is an eclectic mix of modernistic buildings and old-world architecture. You can spend weeks exploring all the city has to offer and still not cover everything. After spending time indoors, slip on your swimsuit and head to one of the fantastic sandy beaches and soak up the Mediterranean sun or head out in the water for a refreshing dip in the clear sea. If you have had enough of the beaches, head to one of several urban parks filled with lush vegetation and well-maintained walking trails.
Tour the vibrant old city center and then get your tickets early for the planetarium and aquarium. One of the most famous Spanish dishes of all time, paella, is believed to have been created right here in Valencia. Many restaurants offer this famous dish on their menus, each with a little different version but equally as flavorful. Millions of tourists flock to Valencia each year causing the streets, beaches, parks, and attractions to quickly become crowded. With the large crowds, you do not want to drag your bags with you. Drop them at a Bounce location for safekeeping and hit some of the top attractions in Valencia.
Bounce has an innovative solution to your storage needs when you are out and about in Valencia. We've got several locations throughout the various neighborhoods where you can stow your luggage or bulky shopping bags short-term. This leaves you free and easy to head out to explore your surroundings. Locals can book storage with Bounce as a useful tool while shopping or spending the day out and about the city.
Top Things to Do
Being the City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia has a plethora of activities and sites to visit and experience. Lounge on sandy beaches, visit state-of-the-art aquariums, tour cathedrals, and peruse museums. There is also shopping with the locals, eating paella, fresh seafood and mouth-watering desserts, or spicing up your life with the steamy nightlife. Bounce has come up with a starting point of must-see places for you to try when you get to Valencia.
No matter where you turn in Valencia, there will be something for you to see or experience. Whether you have come for the sunny, sandy beaches, old-world charm and architecture, artsy culture, or scientific breakthroughs, there is something for everyone in and around this vibrant city.
Oceanogràfic València: This innovative aquarium has been classified as an oceanarium with ten different zones mimicking the various zones and environments found in the ocean to give the 45,000 animals a more realistic environment. Watch beluga whales swim by or sea lions playing. Feed the dolphins and laugh at the antics of the penguins. Get your tickets early to avoid long lines.
Valencia Cathedral: Also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral – Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia, this cathedral was built during the 13th century and added on to during the 14th century. Wander inside and be wowed by the renaissance paintings that date back to the 15th century. Tour the Chapel of the Holy Chalice, which is home to one of the chalices believed to have been used by Jesus during the Last Supper.
Casco Histórico: While not one specific building, the Casco Histórico is the historic old city center filled with cafes, shops, restaurants, old buildings converted to office buildings, and an urban park. Sit at one of the cafes and enjoy a cool, refreshing drink before heading to the south end of the city center where the Neo-Mudéjar Plaza de Toros is located. This iconic bullring is a site you do not want to miss.
Shopping in Spain is a dream come true for most fashionistas. Browse through the latest fashions from the trendiest designers, search for high-end accessories and jewelry, and check out what local artisans are offering in their shops. Bring along an extra suitcase to haul your treasures back home. Head to the shopping malls, but don’t forget about the street markets and artisan shops found throughout Valencia.
Mercado Central: Some of the best bargains in Valencia can be found in the Central Market. The market has been in existence since the early 20th century and has evolved into not just a shopping experience, but a cultural icon. Wander through and peruse over 400 vendors and their wares. You can find fresh foods, clothing, accessories, and kitchenware plus much more.
Centro Comercial El Saler: This shopping center is located in a high-traffic area, right next to the Oceanogràfic, and sees a lot of tourists and locals mingling over fantastic sales and classic Spanish bric-a-brac. Take in a movie at the cinema once you are done shopping or take a lunch break and enjoy fresh dishes at one of the restaurants.
Nuevo Centro: Spend a morning searching for the best gifts and souvenirs at the Nuevo Centro, where you can window shop through three floors of shops. Find the latest fashions, coolest accessories, and even kitschy souvenirs to hand out to friends back home. Stop by the food court for a quick bite to eat or a cool drink before hitting the shops again.
Spanish cuisine will vary greatly depending on the region. In southwestern Spain, the cuisine is all about fresh, local products used to create flavorful dishes that will make your mouth water. You do not have to be a seafood lover to enjoy eating in Valencia, check out some of the best places to grab a fantastic meal.
Local Cuisine: In Valencia, fresh ingredients make everything taste better. Freshness and high-quality ingredients create scrumptious dishes. Clann Bar Tapas is a local restaurant with a limited menu jam-packed with loads of flavor and just a touch of spice, creating an explosion on your taste buds. Give the grilled calamari a try when you eat here.
Seafood: Being a port city, fresh seafood is abundant, and many restaurants have capitalized on this cash crop. Agua Loca buys their seafood at one of the local markets daily and provides some of the freshest seafood dishes. Order the seafood spaghetti or the cod stuffed ravioli and be amazed at the beautiful presentation.
Steakhouse: Find a bit of home while dining in Valencia. Authentic steakhouses have been popping up around the globe, and Valencia has several including El Porteño Asador Argentino. The menu revolves around thick cut, juicy steaks, but also gives diners a bit of Valencia freshness with the side dishes offered.
The price for luggage storage in Valencia is just €5.00/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Valencia which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Monolito de la Plaza Bolívar, Museo Arqueológico Casa de Los Celis, Casa Alvarado and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Valencia.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Valencia. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Valencia where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Spaguetti, La Mansión de la Arepa, and Lopont C.A. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Valencia are Hotel VENETUR Valencia, Hotel Dinastía, and Ritz Hotel.
Valencia offers several scenic parks including Parque Los Guayabitos, Fila El Café, and Parque Municipal Cerro El Casupo.
You can find local tourist information at Barrio Las Lomas, Barrio Jacinto Lars, and B Andres Eloy Blanco.