• Places
    Bioparc Valencia…A New Generation Zoo

    Built as part of the Cabacera park development at the Mislata end of the Turia river bed, the Bioparc opened in 2008 It is a new-generation zoo where the idea was to move away completely from the bad old days of the Viveros, embracing the philosophy of “zoo-immersion” in line with other developments around the […]

  • Editorial
    Agua de Valencia (Valencian Cocktail)

    AGUA DE VALENCIA: FROM AVANT-GARDE TIPPLE TO BOTTLED SUPERMARKET TRAVESTY Agua de Valencia was first concocted by erstwhile artist and barman Constante Gil, who started serving it in his bar, the now sadly defunct Cerveceria Madrid in C/ Abadia San Martin in 1959 in Valencia. The bar, with its live piano music and its alcoves […]

  • Music
    FLAMENCO AT THE STATION

    This is special! ‘Flamenco at the Station’ is set in the beautiful main train station of Valencia. In Spanish, it is known as ‘Estación del Norte’ with its distinctive, modernist design. Inside the train station you will find the welcoming GO!BAR VLC, which is open to a discerning public… Deep roots! Historically, Valencia was once […]

  • Food
    SUMMER AT LA OLA FRESCA WITH POLENTA TARONJA CRUNCH

    In the spring of 2018, Valencia celebrated the ‘València Ciudad Amable y el XV Congreso Ibérico La Bicicleta y la Ciudad’. ‘Ciudad Amable’ is an incentive from Andalusia, to promote the concept of a “friendly city”, with good public transport services, less traffic, nature and parks, sustainable tourism and safe cycling routes. Valencia with its […]

  • Editorial
    ‘BEACH BOL’ IN VALENCIA…INTERVIEW WITH FABIO BELLI

    1. Tell us something about your background, travels and experiences I was born in a small village of the centre of Italy where I had a great childhood & adolescence until i was 20 years old. After that, I started to travel, and the more I was travelling the more I wanted to…I quickly realized […]

  • Music
    VALENCIA MUSIC WITH ‘MEDITERRANÍES’ BY ALBERT SANZ

    Albert Sanz was born into a very musical family in Valencia. His mother, Mamen García, is a great singer-songwriter and award-winning theatre, film and television actress. His father Josep Sanz is a conductor, classical pianist and composer… From an early age, Sanz was surrounded by his father’s classical music and the varied repertoire of songs […]

  • Sports
    VALENCIA FOOTBALL…AN HISTORIC SEASON AHEAD

    The World Cup may be staying in Europe but players from this city’s two professional clubs made little impact for their respective countries in this year’s competition. Rodrigo Moreno was Valencia’s sole player in the Spanish squad and looked a potential starter for the team until a management switch just 48 hours before Spain’s first […]

  • Editorial
    SHOPPING…VINTAGE IN VALENCIA

    The vintage scene in Valencia is vastly present and growing. In streets such as C/ Colón and the hip barrios of Ruzafa and Carmen, there are vintage stores that have clearly developed their own brand and personality, which line the sidewalks. The recreation and selling of retro, edgy and bohemian styles that mirror images from […]

  • Food
    AUTHENTIC VALENCIAN CUISINE AT L’APLEC

    When it comes to Valencian cuisine…this is the real deal. ‘Aplec’ is the local term for ‘cultural meeting’ and this restaurant is quite easy to find as it is only a stone’s throw from the Torres de Serranos in the historic centre. No frozen tourist trap stuff here! This is local product that is fresh […]

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