Your group stay in Valencia
When it comes to Spanish cities, there is sometimes a tendency to do as in football and reduce the country to a rivalry between Madrid and Barcelona. That would be wrong. Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, is a charming and exciting city that gives you every reason to be interested in it for your group trip. Its international airport links Valencia to many major European cities. It will therefore be easy to get there in a group by plane. Valencia is a very touristic destination in summer, but some of these routes are seasonal, so you should choose your flights carefully according to the dates of your group trip. Valencia has a large hotel park and you will not have any difficulty in finding the hotel or accommodation for your group. Rates vary greatly between budget accommodation and luxury hotels, but Groupcorner has selected for you the best accommodation for groups to suit all budgets. Outside the summer holiday periods, you will have a better chance of finding cheap accommodation for your group stay.
Valencia is a wonderful blend of classic and modern. Like the Place de la Vierge, the true heart of the city, the old town of Valencia has inherited from its long history a rich architectural heritage. On this square, dominated by the cathedral, is held every Thursday at noon, the Water Tribunal, a ceremony classified as an intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO. As soon as you leave old Valencia, modernity takes over with bold architectural feats such as the incredible Cité des Arts et des Sciences. In addition to its surprising silhouette, this City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is home to, among other things, the largest aquarium in Europe. Enough to justify his visit. The modern art lovers in your group will undoubtedly take the time to admire the collections of the Valencian Institute of Contemporary Art, one of the most beautiful contemporary art museums in Europe. Your group stay in Valencia will also be an opportunity to take the pulse of this city that is bursting with energy and where celebration is second nature. In restaurants, fresh produce is often in the spotlight and the most gourmet members of your group will have plenty of reason to be enthusiastic. Especially for a succulent paella, which was a local speciality before being exported all over the world.