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Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias

Valencia is known for its beautiful ceramics and a large selection of it can be admired at the Museo de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias, the National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts. The museum’s impressive collection is exhibited inside a stunnin...

Museo del Gremio Artistas Falleros

Interested in Las Fallas, the traditional celebration held in commemoration of Saint Joseph during which hundreds of figures are burned? You’ll learn all about it at the Museo del Gremio Artistas Falleros! Throughout the year, more than 150 artists w...

Museo de la Ciudad

The Museo de la Ciudad, Valencia’s City Museum, is situated inside an 18th century Valencian palace. Before entering the museum, take a moment to admire the building’s impressive façade since it contains delicate ornaments which should not be missed....

Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno

Fans of modern art won’t be disappointed at the city’s Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno. (IVAM). The museum is situated in the vibrant district of Barrio del Carmen. Hit two birds with one stone and take in Barrio del Carmen’s sights and sounds w...

Almudin

The Almudin in Valencia is a former granary which was built in 1417 on the site where a Muslim fortress once stood. The building was extended during the 16th century. The structure’s former role explains the name Almudin, which is Arab for warehouse....

A sunny city break to Valencia - Tips and highlights

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