Wander the stalls filled with colorful fruit juices, vegetables, jamon, and snacks. Try some samples or buy a few items to make a meal out of it.
Another classic work of stunning architecture is La Lonja de la Seda. It was built in the late 15th-century in a Valencian Gothic style.
The claim to fame of the Valencia Cathedral, or St Mary’s Cathedral, is that it supposedly houses the Holy Grail (chalice), the cup Jesus drank from at the last supper, which is located in the Holy Chalice Chapel on the inside of the church.
Another garden worth visiting in Valencia is the Jardin del Turia in the city center. It’s one of Spain’s largest urban parks and spans nine kilometers across the city.
It’s most famous for its architecture, which was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. The City of Arts and Sciences is actually several different museums and attractions.