Spas in Valencia are like little hidden treasures, if you don’t know where they are, they’re not easy to find. We love to pamper ourselves and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but since there isn’t a huge spa culture here, we didn’t really know where to go. Now, we wouldn’t be us if we didn’t do some research, right? As it turns out, Valencia does have some amazing spas! So, friends, get ready for that baby soft skin – it’s time to relax the day away in one of these 6 spas in Valencia.
One of my life mottos is: make life easy again. Now, tell me, what’s easier than checking out some categorized Google Maps lists when you have no idea where to go and what to do in Valencia? Yeah, buddy, we did the dirty work for you - de nada. Keep reading if you wanna save tons of time and simply enjoy the city.
Moving to a new country or city is awesome, but it can be challenging and lonely. No one told you life was gonna be this way (I hope you’re clapping your hands four times now.) Having friends is incredibly important, so today I will share some tips on how and where to make new friends in Valencia.
You desperately need a new, good-quality haircut but you’re on a tight budget. Help, SOS, what do you do? Well, the Toni & Guy Academy is your man (see what I did there?) You might not even have to show your wallet at all. Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? ;-)
Valencia’s cuisine is amazing and we’re totally here for it, no doubt about that. However, there’s one thing that we were really missing here: a good salad bar. You know, one of those bars where you can create your own salad and/or enjoy some fresh, homemade, green goodness. If your body can use a delicious vitamin boost, stick around, because we’ve found 4 healthy salad bars in Valencia…
We all know it’s easy to find the best jamón and cheeses in Valencia, but what if you’re vegan? Are there enough vegan options in this city? The answer is yes! You just have to know where to go. So guess what, I’m gonna help you out ;-)
Take a morning stroll around the city and its outskirts, and you’ll be sure to find a bunch of Valencianos looking for hidden gems on the streets. There are so many different kinds of street markets in Valencia, so today we’re gonna focus on rastros (also known as flea markets). If you wanna know when and where they take place, this guide is for you!
Ever heard a Spaniard say: “España no es Europa”? Literally translated it means: “Spain isn’t Europe.” You might be thinking: “Wait, what? Did I lose all of my topographical skills?” The answer is no, not at all! Spain is definitely part of Europe – however, Spanish people have a very different lifestyle compared to other Europeans. It all starts with the food culture, you’re gonna want to know a thing or two about the typical mealtimes, so today I’ll tell you exactly when to eat in Valencia.