Visiting Valencia with the family is a highly recommended experience that surprises both adults and children alike.
Crocodiles, leopards, gorillas,…. even a distant relative of the famous King Julien are all awaiting for you. Get to know up close and without barriers. Experience the excitement of a real African adventure in Bioparc Valencia. The most rated attraction by those who visit us.
Have fun with the latest scientific advances. Travel into space to discover how astronauts see our planet from the International Space Station. Take part in scientific and chemical experiments or take part in adventures by means of spectacular 3D images.
We propose an underwater tour of the largest aquarium in Europe. Enjoy the experience of becoming a trainer of marine mammals, of sleeping among sharks,or of feeding penguins. The Oceanogràfic, located in the City of Arts and Sciences, offers you all this and much more. You can’t miss it.
By bike, in a horse-drawn carriage, by segway, in the tourist bus or on foot guided by a prince or a princess. There are many ways to visit Valencia. Which do you
Become a true medieval knight by entering the city through its old gates, the Serranos Towers and the Quart Towers. Put yourself in the skin of personalities past in the Valencia History Museum, enjoy a walk through the knowledge and natural history in the Museum of Natural Sciences, or enter the city’s subterranean space in the Almoina Archaeological Centre.
Visit the L’Iber Museum and discover the biggest private collection of lead soldiers in the world! An authentic trip through the history of the world and Spain
Experience the excitement of elite football with Valencia CF in the Mestalla stadium. Visit the changing rooms, the pitch, the bench on which your idols sit and access to the Press Room where the players are interviewed…
Discover the Ninots that were pardoned from being burnt by popular vote at the Fallas Museum.
Enjoy climbing the Gulliver giant, a large children’s park with slides everywhere, as if you were a Lilliputian.
Enjoy a day on the Las Arenas and Malvarrosa beaches, with their attractive seafront promenade dotted with children’s play areas, just 15 minutes from the city centre. Or take a catamaran ride along the coast. We set sail from the Juan Carlos I Royal Marina.
Visit the Albufera Natural Park and discover the enormous biodiversity of this protected area. Contemplate the enormous variety of fauna and flora, and do not miss out on a trip across the lake in one of the area’s typical boats.
Valencia also boasts large parks and gardens which give you the opportunity to spend an enjoyable family day out. In the Viveros Gardens you’ll be able to enjoy a road safety course designed exclusively for the little ones and which can be experienced by bike or on skates. What’s more, they are also home to the Museum of Natural Sciences.
In Cabecera Park the little ones will be able to go on adventures in its pirate boat, or go for a ride on the lake in a swan with pedals.
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Which ever way you wish to travel, do it with style!