Preserving traces from its past, Campanar is a typical Valencia neighbourhood. This is one of the oldest areas in the outskirts of Valencia, preserving many of its original structures. The neighbourhood’s centre is made out of low-rise buildings with tiled roofs that give a colourful image to this area. The Nuevo Centro shopping centre brought a new comfort to the area, offering many stores and a more diversified offer. In a process of modernisation, the traditional summer terraces are being transformed into lounges and cocktail bars with live music and cold drinks. The neighbourhood has excellent public transport connections on the bus and Metro.
The neighbourhood is manly occupied by middle-class families and students.
Parc Polifio has beautiful installations including a garden that is a main gathering point for people in the neighbourhood and the Estanque de los Naranjos that’s bordered by orange trees.
The neighbourhood is very close to the city's Jardín del Turia where you'll be able to enjoy the outdoors.
Campanar is proud to preserve the original structures of the neighbourhood. The area has a lively night life.
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Studying in Valencia, you’ll be next to some of the Europe’s finest beaches, with great weather almost year-around. Make sure you make the most of this exotic city’s healthy fish-based cuisine!
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