One of the largest cities of Spain, Valencia is located on the Orange Blossom Coast of the country. Right at the confluence of the Mediterranean Sea and the Turia River, this city is quite popular with the tourists for its beaches, a gorgeous wetland reserve with a small lake, bird watching expeditions and several interesting walking trails. There is also a huge zoo in the city, the Bioparc Valencia, which is not just an enclosure that houses wild animals, but is actually an immersion zoo. All the barriers that separate the animals from the humans are hidden, giving the feel of actually being in the jungles with them. Central Market is a great place to hunt for bargains or purchase exotic food stuff. And for some much needed TLC, why not spend a few hours at the beach, strolling hand in hand in the evening, sampling the local street fare with aplomb! Sorting out accommodation is quite easy thanks to there being several hotels in Valencia that offer a comfortable stay to visitors from all walks of life.
One of the most famous hotels in Valencia is the Melia Valencia, which is a huge skyscraper and a very modern look and feel. Flanked by palm trees, it is the perfect place to enjoy home spun comfort. The Hotel Vincci Lys, another great hotel in Valencia, is also preferred by many for their competitive rates, clean rooms and efficient service.