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Filippo Diotalevi
Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia

Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia

This renovated art museum is one of the finest in Spain and houses some 2,000 works, most dating from the 14th-17th centuries. Art by Goya Velázquez, José Ribera and Sorolla cover its red, peach and green walls.
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The X-Door

The X-Door is a game different to anything you have ever heard of before. How about getting locked in in a room together with friends and then try to find the escapeway out in 60 minutes? This is what The X-Door is all about. It is much appreciated and guarantees you a different and fun experience.
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Museum of Rice

The Museum of Rice is a restored mill and aims to recover the "collective memory the industrial process of rice processing". The entrance is free on Sundays.
Pool and Water Park Benicalap

Pool and Water Park Benicalap

The Pool and Water Park Benicalap is the perfect family hang-out. Here you can enjoy waterslides, slopes and water figures while being surrounded by greenery.
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Plaza de la Virgen

If you want a place where you can experience the true spirit of Valencia you can head to Plaza de la Virgen. Around this square you can find numerous restaurants and cafés.
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Gulliver

This playground is quite unusual and very much appreciated by the children. If you look closely you will see that the whole playground consists of a large giant, hence the name "Gulliver".
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La Lonja

If you only manage to see one sight, it has to be La Lonja, the old silk exchange. It is heralded as one of the foremost Gothic buildings in Europe, and in 1996 it became a UNESCO world heritage site. The actual market is the size of a cathedral, covering 21,420 square feet.
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Central Market

Opposite La Lonja, you will find the oldest food market in Europe, located in a fantastic building in a true Valencian style. The market is just as lively now as it was a hundred years ago, as if time stood still. Be amazed by Valencia’s daily life and of course, this is a great place to buy some local delicacies.
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