Hello, valencia

Valencia is one of the most vibrant cities in Europe. With a privileged location by the Mediterranean sea, it offers a perfect combination of beaches and culture, past and present. The birthplace of paella, it boasts a thriving food scene featuring Michelin-starred restaurants as well as quirky tapas bars. Its neighbourhoods come to life during traditional festivals like Las Fallas, and every night is lively in trendy districts like Ruzafa or El Carmen.


The Cafes to visit

horchata drink

Horchatería Daniel

Horchatería Daniel is a great place to take a break from shopping and enjoy a refreshing ice cream or a glass of horchata, the typical Valencian tiger nut drink, with fartons (doughnuts) in the beautiful surroundings of the Colon Market.

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artisan ice cream


Located in the heart of Valencia, Bertal is a great place for breakfast, brunch, or a coffee break while sightseeing in the Old Town. It serves a variety of both sweet and savoury options at affordable prices, plus a selection of artisan ice creams, iced drinks, and milkshakes.

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horchata and fartons

Horchatería Santa Catalina

As its name suggests, Horchatería Santa Catalina is the ideal spot to try horchata, a traditional Valencian drink made from tiger nuts. You can enjoy it with a side of fartons (long doughnuts), or opt for another local speciality: churros with hot chocolate. Don't miss out on this unique culinary experience when you're in the area!

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churros and hot chocolate

Chocolatería Valor

Chocolatería Valor has been around since 1881, and its location in Plaza de la Reina is ideal. The café offers a range of desserts, but the real star here is its churros. These treats are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, and are served with a side of warm chocolate for dipping. If you're in the area, be sure to give them a try!

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