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Why Fly to Valencia?
With stunning architecture, visitor attractions to rival Europe's finest, excellent restaurants and lively nightlife, it is easy to see why Valencia has become such a hugely popular destination. It is Spain's third largest city and has seen significant regeneration and investment in the past decade or so, giving it a splash of modernity and vibrance. The most obvious example being the architecturally stunning Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias (Valencia's City of Arts and Science). You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Valencia.
Flying to Valencia from the UK
Flights to Valencia depart from many UK airports. It is possible to get cheap flight deals, especially if you are flexible with dates and times. Non-stop flights to Valencia depart from Bristol, Bournemouth, East Midlands, Stansted and London Gatwick. Direct flights to Valencia from the UK take around two-and-a-half hours. From other airports including Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh, several airlines offer one- and two-stop flights to Valencia.
Popular Flight Routes to Valencia
Which Airlines Fly to Valencia?
A good number of airlines fly to Valencia from the UK, including several low-cost carriers. Ryanair offers direct services from Bristol, Bournemouth, East Midlands and Stansted. It is also possible to get a non-stop flight to Valencia from London Gatwick with easyJet. This flight takes approximately two hours and 20 minutes. From other UK airports a variety of carriers offer one- or two-stop services to Valencia. From airports including Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh, Air France operates a one-stop to service to Valencia via [Paris]. It can sometimes be cheaper to get a two-stop flight. From Edinburgh Iberia offers a two-stop service to Valencia that goes via [London] Heathrow and [Barcelona].
Mini Travel Guide to Valencia
Valencia's iconic Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias (City of Arts and Science) is a cultural entertainment centre on a monumental scale. Its futuristic design was the work of two renowned Spanish architects and is visually stunning. The complex houses a planetarium, IMAX cinema, interactive science museum and the largest aquarium in Europe.
For more traditional architecture, head into the old part of town where you will find Valencia's cathedral which is said to house the Holy Grail. The veracity of this claim aside, the cathedral certainly does contain artistic treasures including paintings by Goya.
Valencia has many beautiful plazas including the Plaza de la Virgen, Plaza de Ayuntamiento and the Plaza del Mercado, where it is possible to buy delicacies from across [Spain].
There are many good restaurants to be found in Valencia’s squares and pretty streets. No visit to the city would be complete without sampling paella, Valencia’s signature dish.
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