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Located in the Plaza de la Reina, the Seu Catedral is probably most famous for its claim of owning the Holy Grail. Built in 1262, the Seu was raised on the site of a former mosque and displays a number of architectural styles, including Romanesque, baroque and gothic. The cathedral is open daily, though closed for siesta each day. Admission is free, but if you want to climb the gothic Miguelete tower or visit the Museo de la Catedral, you'll have to pay a small fee.

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#1 Central Market (Mercado Central) This is where local Valencians gather to do their shopping, though you'll find the atmosphere a bit different than your local supermarket. One of the oldest food markets in ... Read more » Felivet / Wikimedia Commons

#2 Plaza Ayuntamiento This city square contains the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall), which is open for tours. Many travel experts say the Plaza Ayuntamiento is a good place to start off any sightseeing, as ... Read more » phtgrphy / Flickr

#3 City of the Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias) Open daily, the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (also known as the City of the Arts and Sciences) is a traveler favorite. Built on the Old Turia River ... Read more » puroticorico / Flickr

#4 Cathedral (Seu) Located in the Plaza de la Reina, the Seu Catedral is probably most famous for its claim of owning the Holy Grail. Built in 1262, the Seu was raised on ... Read more » Felivet / Wikimedia Commons

#5 Fine Art Museum of Valencia (Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia) If you're a fan of Spanish artists, such as Velázquez, Goya and El Greco, you won't want to miss visiting the free Museo de Bellas Artes. Located on ... Read more » Dimitar Denev / Flickr

#7 Bioparc Valencia The Bioparc Valencia is a zoo, located in the northwest of the city. But this isn't just any kind of zoo -- it's an immersion zoo, which means it ... Read more » MoonSoleil / Flickr

#8 Albufera Nature Park (Parque Natural de la Albufera) To commune with nature -- specifically 250 bird species and miles upon miles of walking and biking trails -- make a visit to the Albufera Nature Park. Just south of Valencia, you ... Read more » Fev / Wikimedia Commons

#9 La Lonja de la Seda The Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) was built between 1482 and 1548 and is considered a great example of the late Valencian gothic style. Today, it's a UNESCO ... Read more » Phillie Casablanca / Flickr

#10 Valencia Beaches If you're looking for a bit of R&R, the Valencian beaches are not to be missed. Bring your towel and beach book, and lay out on the khaki-colored sand ... Read more » Manuel M. Vicente / Wikimedia Commons

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Plaza Ayuntamiento picture in Valencia
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Mercado Central picture in Valencia
Plaza Ayuntamiento picture in Valencia
City of Arts and Sciences picture in Valencia
Cathedral of Valencia picture in Valencia
Fine art museum picture in Valencia
Bioparc Valencia picture in Valencia
La Albufera at sunset picture in Valencia
Lonja de la Seda picture in Valencia
Malvarrosa Beach picture in Valencia

One of the oldest food markets in Europe, this building is decorated with Valencian-style mosaics and filled with delicious local foods. Felivet / Wikimedia Commons

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Located on the Old Turia River, this complex has a science museum, performing arts center and aquarium, among other attractions. puroticorico / Flickr

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Malvarrosa is located just minutes from the city center. Manuel M. Vicente / Wikimedia Commons

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