• Art
    IVAM…REINVENTING REPRESENTATION: DUTCH ART BETWEEN THE WARS

    ##DUTCH ART EXHIBITION IN VALENCIA “Exceptionally, for the first time in Spain, an exhibition of a major group of works from this crucial creative period in Dutch art is being made available by the Kunstmuseum Den Haag, which received contributions from the IVAM Collection for the show that it devoted to Julio González in 2017. […]

  • Food
    SHOPPING WITH ‘UNO’ AT MERCADO CENTRAL

    ##UNO is the emblematic stand of the Mercado Central. It’s a place to meet, to sample food at the Central Market of Valencia, which is known as the ‘Mercado Central’, where UNO fits right in. Enjoy a snack, and take the chance to re-discover local products. It is the project of the very amiable and […]

  • Food
    A SPECIAL RESTAURANT IN VALENCIA! ‘HUERTA Y HUERTA’ IN RUZAFA…

    ##AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH CHEF RAMONET MONTFORT Set in the heart of Ruzafa, we had a delightful Sunday lunch at ‘Huerta y Huerta’ with a most amiable service. Accompanying a fairly fruity ‘Flor de Taronjer’ white wine, we savoured some tapas dishes that were beautifully presented. They combined high quality product like the deliciously grilled […]

  • History
    JOHAN CRUYFF AND LEVANTE UD

    ##One of the greatest football players of all time, thrice (1971, 1973, 1974) Ballon d’Or winner, many tend to forget that besides his glorious contributions to Ajax Amsterdam and FC Barcelona and to the Netherlands national team, Johan Cruyff left his mark in the humble city of Valencia…possibly in the most humble team of the […]

  • Editorial
    ART IN VALENCIA…EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH LEGENDARY FILMMAKER & PHOTOGRAPHER LARRY CLARK

    ##Born in 1943, Larry Clark is a living legend when it comes to urban photography and edgy filmmaking… including the coming-of-age, award-winning film ‘Kids’. Directors Gus Van Sant, Francis Ford Coppolla & Martin Scorsese have cited Clark’s photography collection as a major influence in their films, including ‘Taxi Driver.’ As a teenager, Larry Clark suffered […]

  • Editorial
    BRITISH INTERNATIONAL CEMETERY OF VALENCIA

    ##24/7 Valencia: Could you tell us all about the British International Cemetery of Valencia? Diana Clifton-Sewell (Vice President): “The history of the British Cemeteries in Spain began after 1831 when, on 13th November, a Spanish Royal Degree authorised the establishment of suitable places for the interment of non-Catholics whose lives ended in Spain or on […]

  • History
    VALENCIA BATS

    ##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 […]

  • Editorial
    BIKE RENTAL AT ITS BEST – PELICAN BIKE RENTALS

    ##Valencia is best discovered by bike, since the mild climate and the numerous bike lanes invite you to enjoy a bike ride out in the fresh air. The beautiful historic city centre is a good starting point for a Valencia bike tour. It offers numerous sights and beautiful ancient buildings as well as a relaxed […]

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