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Have you ever visited Valencia? If you have I think you will agree that Spain’s third largest city, after Madrid and Barcelona, is most definitely worth a visit. If not, I would like to tell you the most important reason to go there: the food! And we are talking about more than just paella and tapas, much more. We are talking veggie! Whether you call yourself a vegetarian, a vegan or an omnivore, the restaurants in Valencia have delicious options for everybody.
I only had 48 hours to explore Valencia, if you have more time: the beaches are great. The weather in Valencia is almost always sunny. I was there in December and it was still 18 degrees.
My flight from Amsterdam to Valencia was sponsored by Transavia airlines. Transavia has a direct flight to Valencia almost every day. At this moment a return flight starts from just € 110.
More information about Valencia: visitvalencia.com.