• Food

    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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Food

    Established in 2008, ‘Ginebre’ has built up a very well-deserved reputation amongst diners who appreciate its excellent dishes and the warm, dynamic chef owner Javier Puchades. Based in the upmarket Avenida Aragón area, this is a creative fusion restaurant that has truly earned its stripes over the last decade. The menu changes everyday, which they […]

  • Places
    Oceanografic of Valencia (THE CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES)

    In the hustle and bustle of the city of Valencia, sometimes it’s nice to take a break and imagine a more serene world. There’s no better place to do that than at the Oceanogràfic. The Oceanogràfic is Europe’s largest aquarium and it’s located right alongside the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia. The aquarium […]

  • Editorial

    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
    La Pilareta

          A few years ago we were living in the very centre of the city in a huge flat with great views across the city. As a consequence, we were suddenly more popular as a stop-off destination. We had many a fun weekend with visitors glued to the view and the events happening […]

  • History

    You can find bats everywhere in Valencia, both the symbolic version on the city’s crests and the real thing in the cracks and crevices of its buildings. There are four times as many Patudo bats in one cave in ‘El Montgó’ mountain in Javea than in the whole of France, and there are 22 different […]

  • Places

    4 OF THE BEST Do you fancy doing something other than watching football hungover or eating another paella this weekend? Hopefully, this article will coax you into heading out to the Valencian countryside, to fill your lungs with fresh air, get some exercise, and learn a little bit of history all at the same time! […]

  • Editorial
    La Tomatina 2018

    History of La Tomatina   La Tomatina is one of those annual world events that attract enormous amounts and ever increasing amounts of travellers to Valencia. La Tomatina takes place in the normally sleepy village of Buñol about an hour from the city and is a magnet, not just for backpackers and young people taking […]

  • Editorial

    THE CONSCIENTIOUS BOOKSTORE THAT IS KIND ON THE POCKET & GOOD TO THE EARTH The battle between paper and digitalisation has never been more poignant than now. The looming realities of deforestation and the colossal amounts of paper that we collectively use on a daily basis are becoming not only an environmental issue. It is […]

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