Valencia is Spain’s third-largest city and lies on the Mediterranean coast. Gastronomically, the region is home to ‘Paella Valenciana’, Spain’s most famous dish. Historically, it is believed that the Holy Grail resides in Valencia’s cathedral and it was here that El Cid fought the Moors.
A major attraction in Valencia is the amazing City of Arts and Sciences which is equally fascinating to adults and children alike. The city is now firmly established on the European art circuit with galleries containing works by El Greco, Francisco Goya and Diego Velázquez.