Valencia is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city on the Mediterranean coast and Spain’s third largest city. With dynamic museums, vanguard monuments and architectural prodigies as the City of the Art and Science by Santiago Catalatrava, a flourishing restaurant scene, lively nightlife, great shops and miles of beach, Valencia is perfectly showing the Mediterranean exuberance.
more than 8,400 beds
Valencia Congress Palace for 2,250 attendants
City of Arts and Sciences
- Hotels: Almost 8,400 bedrooms within 5, 4 and 3-star hotels.
- International airport: located just 15 minutes far away from the city and flight connections with all main Spanish and European Hubs. AVE high speed train connecting to Madrid.
- Congress Centers: The modern Valencia Congress Palace designed by Norman Foster offers multifunctional spaces and 4 auditoriums with a total capacity of 2,250 people. In addition, Valencia has also other meeting venues as the Palau de les Arts and the big Valencia fair.
- Famous Valencian Paella, City of the Art and Sciences designed by Santiago Catalatrava with its Museum and Opera, Oceanographic, beaches and 300 days of sun per year as well as the world known traditional city festival of “Las Fallas”.