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About Valencia and Places to Visit
Situated on the Mediterranean coast, Valencia’s architecture is one of the main attractions of this Spanish city. The city’s historical architecture includes La Lonja, also known as The Silk Exchange. The building is a late 15th Century example of Valencian Gothic architecture, constructed when Valencia was one of Europe’s most influential trading ports. Other historical places in Valencia include the neighborhood of El Carmen. The narrow streets here have roots in Medieval times.
Many Valencian buildings are adorned with Art Nouveau metal and glass designs. The Art Nouveau style of architecture takes inspiration from natural forms created by plants and flowers. The style was popular between 1890 and 1910. For an example of Valencia’s modern architecture, The City of Arts and Sciences is a cultural and architectural complex and considered as one of the 12 Treasures of Spain. Oceanografic is one of the world’s largest aquariums and one of the most popular attractions in the complex. Visitors can observe 500 species of marine life in ten different zones, each synthesizing a distinct environment, including Valencia’s coastal marine habitats.
Another example of modern architecture is the Hemisferic building’s 3D cinema. The cinema accommodates up to 300 guests and features movies in IMAX and 3D format. An attraction popular for its architecture and delicious food is The Central Market of Valencia. The building is a centerpiece of Valencia’s Art Nouveau architecture. During the week, the marketplace fills with the sights and sounds of Valencian daily life with over 400 traders who sell everything from fresh produce, seafood to souvenirs.
Valencia Airport (LEVC) is 6.2 miles (10 km) from the city center. Empty legs and transient aircraft are very popular in the region.