Gothenburg, Sweden (November 16, 2016) – Old meets new in the vibrant city of Valencia, where centuries-old architecture and tradition are complemented by forward-thinking innovation and a bustling modern art scene. The third-largest city in Spain enjoys all the amenities of a world city while still feeling quaint and manageable, and savvy travelers often opt for Valencian charm when choosing a vacation destination.
Eva Monterde Poveda from Tourismo Valencia, said, “ArrivalGuides is the ideal partner to help us showcase everything that our beautiful city has to offer and share it with the whole world. It is a very user-friendly guide offering plenty of suggestions to inspire our visitors. We love the flexibility it gives us to keep adding more information, new ideas or forthcoming events, as there is always so much going on.”
Valencia is the latest destination to join ArrivalGuides’ global network, which continues to grow day by day. All the essential information travelers need to know about visiting the city will be at their fingertips in the form of web pages, mobile apps, downloadable PDFs, in-flight entertainment, Smart TV content, and more.
Valencia is Spain’s third-largest city, with a population of about 1.5 million in its metropolitan area. Located on the Mediterranean coast, and boasting a Valencian-Catalan flair, it is famed as the birthplace of the much beloved Spanish dish, paella. It is also a city of contrasts, proud in its traditions, such as the much loved Les Falles festival, but a pioneer in the arts and architecture, as clearly exemplified by the marvellous Ciutat de les Arts I les Ciències, a massive complex of art and science facilities boasting some of the city’s best museums and attractions.