While Spain has more than 30 proper port towns, if you’re setting sail on a cruise ship, chances are that you will dock in one of the below seaside cities. Here are a few things to know about each port, along with worthwhile spots to visit while land-bound.
Tag Archives: Valencia
March 1, 2013
The city of Valencia is on fire!
Every year Valencia’s grandest annual festival, Las Fallas, is celebrated from 15 till 19 March in a continuous round-the-clock party.
September 10, 2012
Valencia is small enough that visitors are able to see it all and big enough to have that depth and breadth of life and culture that makes a visit truly memorable.
August 13, 2012
What could be more fun than doing something you’re not normally allowed to do? Say, for example, throwing tomatoes at people.
April 23, 2012
People often recommend cycling around small, historic European towns as a great way to see the place and it is; you can cover more distance than on foot but can still look at the sights on the way, stopping whenever something takes your fancy. The major problem with it is that the streets can be narrow, filled with pedestrians and impatient local drivers, especially the taxis. But Valencia is one city I would definitely recommend hiring a bicycle for half or a whole day because they have created one of the best places to cycle: Turia.