6 Distinguish places to Visit in Valencia

By Dickson Osas

When considering where to explore in 2022, as in the years 2020 and 2021, travels were mostly halted due to the 2019 virus (COVID-19); touring the world is an amazing adventure you would like to consider. Still, there are some irresistible specific locations on the World Map you might want to go visit. 

Today we will be talking about Valencia, Spain

Valencia, Spain’s third-biggest city and a port Mediterranean coastal city, has been chosen as the World Design Capital for 2022 in recognition of its long history of distinctive design. an ancient city known for its vibrant cultural heritage with dignified historical buildings, from its largest urban parks like Turia Gardens, the city that offers prosperous beautiful sublime beaches in a sun-soaked atmosphere perfect for spending holidays, palm-fringed plazas, exciting locations are countless as the list won’t end if you decide to check out all exciting locations in Valencia 

Check out the number of places you might consider visiting in Valencia, Spain, that made it to our list for the year 2022

  1. Catedral de Valencia
  2. El Saler Beach
  3. The National Ceramic Museum (Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas)
  4. Centre Arqueològic de l’Almoina
  5. Museo de Bellas Artes
  6. The Torres de Serranos

1. Catedral De Valencia

Allow me to also hint that Catedral de Valencia is one of the sparkling Medieval churches with its emblem Miguelete Tower. A cathedral church with architectural components like Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque, the Azulejo Domes ornament, and a rose window with Azure tilework will blow your mind as these speak of Valencia’s aristocratic past.
Located in Plaça de la Almoina, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain
Time of Visits are from Mon-Sat, 10:00 am to 6:30 pm, Sun 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm

2. El Saler Beach

El Saler Beach made our list of beaches you might consider visiting when touring Valencia; it is a beach for both single and couples where you enjoy recreational activities like tropical baths (water sport), delicious seafood cuisines, a plain sandy long-winded are positioned at about 13km to Valencia very close to La Albufera Natural Park, where the boat is famously enjoyed by tourists, its enclosed excellent dunes. 
The soft and smooth El Saler tranquil relaxation will take you away from the world of a bustling materialistic lifestyle.
Located in El Saler, 46012 València, Spain
The time of Visit is from 10 am to 7:30 pm, Everyday.

3. The National Ceramic Museum (Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas)

Another location is the magnificent 18th-century Ceramics Museum; it was included because of its elegantly sculpted alabaster entrance richly ornamented; Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas Palace, inaugurated in 1947, exhibits ancient Greek covers with expensive porcelain from Arab, Asia, and Roman countries, The National ceramic museum has more than 5000 sponsors including representatives of Valencia’s classic ceramics and contemporary items by Picasso and Mariano. You might intentionally skip some other locations in Valencia due to exhausting days or personal reasons, but the National Ceramic Museum is not a place to forfeit.
Location in Valencia, Spain
Times of Visit are 10 am to 2m, and 4 pm to 8 pm every day.

4. Centre Arqueològic de l’Almoina

The Almoina Archaeological Center was built between 1985 and 2005. It is a highly updated building that preserves an accumulation of ancient remains dating back over 2,000 years to the first foundation by Romans. There remain ruins of several buildings, a forum portico, baths, and a granary. During the Christian era, a church apse and a baptistery were built. The other structures are a courtyard, a waterwheel, and a pool. 
The remnants of Alcázar’s barriers, the ancient Visigoth and Muslim ages, a sanctuary that stood here throughout the Islamic era. Its discovered territory is considered one of Europe’s most significant archaeological sites.
Located in Plaça de Dècim Juni Brut, s/n, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain
Time of visit 10 am to 7 pm Everyday

5. Museo de Bellas Artes

The Fine Arts Museum, or Museo de Bellas Artes, is a good place to learn about Valencia’s artistic legacy. It houses archeological discoveries, murals, and carvings. From the ancient period to the present day, the art collections emphasize order. The most famous works here are a Valencian monk’s altarpiece, Fray Bonifacio Ferrer’s, and the Passionate triptych of Hieronymus Bosch piece is the most celebrated work here. 
Other significant highlights are Francisco Ribalta’s Saint Bruno and Last Supper, as well as Jusepe de Ribera’s Saint Jerome, which are noteworthy works. In addition, Diego Rodrguez, El Greco, Luis de Morales, Francisco de Goya, and others are among the notable artists whose works are on display.
Located in Carrer de Sant Pius V, 9, 46010 València, Valencia, Spain.
Time of Visit 10 AM – 8 PM everyday

6. The Torres de Serranos

This towering monument is a typical figure of Valencia and is one of the top tourist attractions in the city. It’s an old gate from the days when protective-barrier walls surrounded the Old Town. The town barriers were built in the 14th century at the pinnacle of Roman institutions. In 1930, the Serranos Towers were restored to their original splendor. These massive pillars provide visitors with panoramic views of the city.
The access gate’s entrance contains decorative Gothic motifs. Located in Plaça dels Furs, s/n, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain.
Time of Visit 9:30 am – 7:30 pm Everyday


Valencia, a well-known Spanish city, has many things to view, but did you know that Valencia is where paella was invented? Valencia is well renowned for its diverse arts and sciences exhibitions, including the Valencia Cathedral, the Old Town, eccentric museums, weird festivals, and magnificent sandy beaches.
I’m confident that you will not be disappointed if you choose Valencia as your vacation destination for 2022.