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Valencia: the city of gorgeous ceramics

Ever wondered through the streets of Valencia and thought: “where do all these beautiful ceramics come from?” I know I have. Well, fun fact: our beloved city is not only the city of oranges and great paella …
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Bioparc Valencia: a unique zoo park

If someone would tell you they saw a monkey in the old riverbed of Valencia, would you believe them? Well, fun fact: it’s possible! Told you, Valencia is a box full of surprises. Wanna open it with me?
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A guide on national and regional holidays in Valencia

Whether you’re going to live here for a short time or are planning to become a fully integrated citizen, it’s good to know a thing or two about the national and regional holidays. Not just for practical reasons, but also to get a taste of the culture. Valencianos sure know how to make the best of their public holidays!
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Spanish mealtimes: when to eat in Spain

“España no es Europa” is what lots of Spaniards often say, literally translated it means: “Spain isn’t Europe.” Newsflash: it obviously is, but the reason why they say this is because Spaniards have such a different lifestyle compared to people from other European countries. Today I’m gonna talk about Spanish mealtimes as there are many. Hey, I’m not complaining ;-)
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Jardí Botànic, Botanical Garden in Valencia: more than just a garden.

We totally dig botanical gardens (not in the literal sense of the word) and oh, lucky us … Valencia has a gorgeous one. When you visit this garden, you might see two girls hugging a tree, I wonder why ...
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Parque Central: from an old railway station to a gorgeous urban park

The Valencianos had to wait for 30 years to enjoy this unique urban park. But after years of hard work, it was finally there: Parque Central. It was absolutely worth the wait!
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Turia park: the largest, most vibrant park of Valencia

Sometimes you’re craving a bit of nature, and if you don’t have time to go out of the city, this park is the perfect place to go to. It’s nine kilometers long and one of the largest urban parks in Spain.