Spending 1, 2 or 3 days in Valencia? When traveling to Valencia, many people may be unsure of what to do and for how long to stay in the city. Founded in BC, this beautiful city has an interesting history, incredible architecture, with ancient buildings contrasting with ultra-modern ones, nice beaches, unique festivals, exquisite cuisine and to top it all, it is easy to get around and the prices are very reasonable. Therefore I have put together itineraries for 1, 2 and 3 days in Valencia. You should get there around — AM in the morning to take some pictures then start your visit.
Spain's public holidays in 2019: Official list
Holidays in Valencia Major Events And Fiestas
Disheartened at the thought of going back at work after the Christmas holidays? This year sees eight national public holidays across the whole of Spain — plus each region will have its own holidays on top. Apart from these national dates, all regions have an additional holidays with authorities choosing to celebrate different dates, some rolling over Saints Days which fall on a Sunday to a Monday. And don't forget your local municipality will also have at least two days of holidays, dependent on the local patron saint days.
The Best Outdoor Vintage Flea Markets in Valencia
Valencia Cathedral Throughout the year in Valencia there are important dates where festivities take place in the city. This page will provide you with details of the main events in Valencia. It is important to remember that this page deals specifically with dates that relate to Valencia - there will be other dates like Christmas when further festivities will take place. Click here to book your Valencia Public Transport Card, which gives you free access to public transport in Valencia for up to 3 days. San Vicente Martir was a young deacon who was martyred in Valencia by a Roman emperor in the year