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Catching a flight to Valencia, the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, is made easy with direct connections from all over the UK. The city boasts both the arts and cultural scene of Madrid and a laidback city-beach theme that’s usually attributed to Barcelona, giving Valencia the best of both worlds. Much of the city’s appeal lies in its Avant Garde approach to architecture. Gothic and Baroque buildings exist alongside 19th century modernist architecture and more recent landmarks. Find out more about flights to Valencia and book your trip below.
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Passengers looking to catch a cheap flight to Valencia should travel to the city during the cooler months of the year such as December or January.
Getting from Valencia airport to the city centre is a breeze as there are two metro lines (3 and 5). These two metro lines both terminate in Valencia's city centre, and the journey lasts a swift half an hour or so. For those looking for an alternative mode of travel there is also a taxi rank outside.
Top attractions include the Museo de la Ciencias Principe Felipe, a breathtakingly modern science museum, the immense 13th century cathedral and the Museo de Bellas Artes, the city’s foremost art gallery. Valencia, as the birthplace of paella, has long been a foodie haven with proud chefs making the most of locally caught and grown produce. The city is also home to several beaches, perfect for lounging on or dipping into the sea.
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