• Food
    From La Safor to La Marina Alta (Gandía to Dénia)

      We leave Gandía by the main road over the last bridge that crosses the Serpis River, and just after crossing it we turn to the left to follow the Serpis in the direction of the sea. On that road, we can find a really good place to enjoy one of the best paellas in […]

  • Editorial
    VALENCIA: The Orange City

    The Orange City For many Northern Europeans, the first time you hear the name Valencia is in connection with oranges. For well over a century, sweet oranges and mandarins have arrived from Valencia traditionally bringing a bit of exotic sunshine to the dark northern winter. Oranges play an important role in the history and economics […]

  • Food
    RESTAURANT CONTRAPUNTO ( BELOW THE OPERA HOUSE)

    Having previously eaten at this restaurant some months before our dinner date for ’24/7 Valencia’, we were very excited about a repeat visit. Our first dinner had been soon after it’s re-opening…more about that later. The restaurant, to be found on the terrace below, and part of the ‘Reina Sofia Palau de Les Arts’, is […]

  • Editorial
    ARTICLE ON CABANYAL

    Long live Cabanyal! You know when you hear about someone who bought a place for peanuts in some unfortunate area of London or New York, then the area became hip and their modest bolthole became a smart investment? That’s what seems to be happening in Cabanyal. It’s February already – the days are slipping by […]

  • Editorial
    Trastevere Italian restaurant in Valencia (Aqua Shopping Centre)

    Trastevere Italian restaurant in Valencia “The 24/7 Valencia team visited ‘Trastevere’, this week… the restaurant on the top floor of the Aqua Center shopping mall with a fantastic view of the City of Arts and Sciences as you take the elevator to the 4th floor. ‘Trastevere’ is different from other Italians restaurant in that they […]

  • Horchata…What Valencians Drink

    HORCHATA WHAT VALENCIANS DRINK     The warm days are upon us so it’s still time for a long, cool drink. Valencia has two of its very own. Well, horchata was invented in the Sudan and Agua de Valencia, is really just Buck’s Fizz with a twist. However, let’s not get caught up with details, […]

  • FOOD & RESTAURANTS

    RESTAURANTS   AFRO-CUBAN Babalú C/ Manyans 17 (next to Plaza Redondo) Tel: 96 315 50 40 ¡Fiesta! An excellent restaurant-bar-club for those who love authentic Cuban food.   ARABIC Sahara (Zona Carmen) C/ del Mar, 52 Tel: 96 394 32 76 Movil: 698 579 148 www.sahararestaurante.com   ASIAN FUSION 98º Dim Sum Experience C/ Roteros, […]

  • Food
    Valencia Wines

    Wines from the Valencian community Since I last wrote about the wines of Valencia, the market has consolidated well and the rest of the world is beginning to hear about Valencian wines and appreciate them! There are five separate Denominations of Origin covering the Valencian Community and this article looks at each of them, how […]

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