The City of Arts and Sciences is one of the most popular European complex for scientific and cultural divulgation. This complex stands out for its architectural structure thoughout all its buildings; designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela.
The City of Arts and Sciences is formed by the following buildings: Hemisfèric, Umbracle, Museo de las ciencias Príncipe Felipe, Oceanogràfic, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía and Ágora.
Only 0.2km away from Hotel Valencia Alameda, the City of Arts and Sciences is a necessary visit.
Relax in our bedrooms and enjoy their exceptional views to the City of Arts and Science.
The Antiguo Cauce del Río Turia is known for being the bigger park, distincly urban, in Spain; with more than 7km long. Moreover, attached to the park, it houses the City of Arts and Sciences or the Bioparc, among others.
After the Big Flood of Valencia, in 1986 the city council proposed to divert the water from the river and to create in the riverbed a big axis for communications. After some years and thanks to the neighbourhood slogan “el riu és nostre i el volem verd” (“the river is ours and we want it green”), they managed to convert the old riverbed of the Turia River (Antiguo Cauce del Río Turia) into a place for leisure and nature.
Furthermore, thanks to this green lung, the main spots in the city are connected by foot or by bicycle. A walk along the Antiguo Cauce del Río Ruria is an activity to relax, observe, practice sport or discover all the activities that it homes.
The Mercado Central (Central Market) of Valencia is one of the most popular touristic attractions from the city of Valencia. The market stands out for being one of the most important modernist buildings in the city. From its opening, in 1928, up to now, its main roles has been kept intact; the sale of every type of products, mainly edibles.
To visit the Mercado Centro of Valencia becomes an adventure and a game for the senses. Discover all the variety and flavours of fresh traditional products that you can find. Furthermore, go deep into the market and surprise yourself with its amazing design and architecture.
The Malvarrosa beach is the most popular beach in the city of Valencia. This is due to its lenght as well as to its closeness to the city.
This beach, with thin and golden sand, is known for beeing a place with an exceptional atmosphere. The promenade that defines it offers a lot of places for leisure such as coffee shops, restaurants or even pubs and clubs among others.
Sit in one of its terraces and enjoy the traditional Valencian gastronomy accompanied with the sea breeze.
- City of Arts and Science 0.2km
- Gulliver Park 0.4km
- Fallero Museum 0.5km
- Shopping Mall El Saler 0.6km
- Shopping Mall Aqua 0.6km
- Oceanographic 0.8 km
- Ayora Unerground Station 1.1km
- Marítim-Serrería 1.4km
- Aragón 1.6km
- Ruzafa Market 1.7km
- Puerto de Valencia 1,8 km
- Turia Gardens 1,8 km
- Norte Train Station 2,3 km
- Jardines de Monforte 2,4 km
- González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts 2,4 km
- Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados 2,7 km
- Central Market of Valencia 2,8 km
- Church of Saint Nicolás 3 km
- Valencia Botanical Gardens 3,4 km
- Bioparc Valencia 5,5 km
- Central Market 2,8 Km
- Cabanyal Market 2,4 km
- Ruzafa Market 1,7 km
- Río Turia 0,1 km
- City of Arts and Science 0,2 km
- Mediterranean Sea 2,4 km
- Albufera 15 km
- Valencia Airport 11,1 km
- Castellón Airport 90,5 km