Valencia Travel Guide, Spain
The city of Valencia happens to be the capital city for the Valencia Autonomous Community and also for the Province of Valencia. The city of Valencia is situated in the country of Spain. The city of Valencia became an important city Spain when the UNESCO tagged Late Gothic Silk stock exchange, la Lonja de la Seda, as being the largest in Europe. The city of Valencia is famous for the architectural monuments which are to be found in almost every corner of the city. Whenever you visit the city of Valencia we can assure you that the unique architectural design for this city will surely leave you surprised.
The annual average temperature for the city of Valencia is around 18 degree Celsius. The annual average maximum temperature for the city of Valencia is around 22 degree Celsius while the annual average minimum temperature for the city of Valencia is around 13 degree Celsius. On an average the humidity in the city of Valencia is around 65 percent. The city of Valencia doesn’t experience snowfall ever during the complete year so the snow lovers could be a little disappointed.
As per the latest census of year 2007 the population for the city of Valencia is around 800000 inhabitants. The city of Valencia stretches over an area of around 135 kilometer square and has an altitude of just 15 meters. You should be surprised to know that around 15 percent of the inhabitants in the city of Valencia are foreign born. The major cities from which people have migrated to this city of Valencia are Colombia, Bolivia, Romania, Morocco, and Ecuador.
In last ten years the economical condition for the city of Valencia have improved immensely mainly because of the jump in the number of tourists that hit this city of Valencia and due to various industries that have come up in this city during this period.
The city of Valencia is also a port city and the port in the city of Valencia happens to be the best amongst all the ports located on Mediterranean Western Coast. This port handles around 20 percent of the total export that is done from the country of Spain. This reflects the importance of this port for Spain which is actually huge considering its share in the export industry of Spain.
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Read our members' reviews about Valencia
- Bull fighting and old buildings in Valencia
review by Wazling posted more then 30 days ago
Interesting city, with an medieval fort at the harbour, a bull fighting arena and several other old buildings within the city. The streets an buildings in the city center look nice, small streets and old houses let you breath a piece of history. You can choose under within several restaurants and...
Read our members' travel tips about Valencia
- City of Arts and Sciences
travel tip by erato posted more then 30 days ago
A must to see in Valencia is the City of Arts and Sciences (called 'Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias de Valencia' in Spanish), what is a huge comlex of exhibitations near the port and the beach.Among of others there is a beutiful Opera...
- Traffic situation
travel tip by Wazling posted more then 30 days ago
Driving through that city can be interesting, especially if you go there with a van or another big car. Also some of the subterranean parking lots are very small, regarding the height. So be aware of that. The traffic in the inner city...