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The city of Valencia is the capital of the region of Valencia, which belongs to the Comunitat Valenciana, is one of the sunniest, warmest, and indeed most beautiful of Mediterranean cities. With a population of one million inhabitants, it is the third largest city in Spain. Most importantly. Valencia is considered one of the most important cities in Spain due to its population, economy, heritage, etc. Its landscape, and the Mediterranean coast, makes it a city with great ecological value, being the Albufera of Valencia one of the most important natural resources of the city.
The historic centre of the city is representative of the culture and history of the city. In it we can find the Miguelete, the Cathedral, the Towers of Serranos and Quart, the Silk Exchange (La Lonja – World Heritage by UNESCO | 1996). Valencia never ceases to surprise, from the former bed of the River Turia, which has now been converted into a delightful eleven kilometre long garden, to the visible traces of ancient civilizations that today peacefully coexist with modern bridges and stylish buildings. We are planning our social events in some of these beautiful locations, the City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava.
Its climate is characterized by being warm and temperate throughout the year, having an average annual temperature of 18.4ºC.