Valencia Itinerary 2 Days

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Recent Itineraries for 2 Days in Valencia

Here are the recent itineraries by tourists who have visited Valencia. Stop wondering what to do for 2 days in Valencia as these trip plans will help you decide easily. Select any of the customised itineraries and modify it according to your preference to have a great weekend in Valencia.

2 Days in Valencia - Perfect Weekend Guide

Whenever it comes to the liveliest atmosphere of Spain and unique architecture, the city of Valencia does come into the picture. The city is marked by its huge aquarium, a giant animal park, science and culture park, and large shopping malls. Valencia is located on the southeastern coast of Spain and also blessed with numerous beaches, parks, and museums. Spend 2 days in Valencia to explore its beautiful scenes and state-of-the art buildings. This 2-day Valencia itinerary will help you out.

How to spend 2 days in Valencia?

Day 1 in Valencia

You can start the first day of your trip at one of the most famous attractions of Valencia, L'Oceanogràfic. This unique aquarium houses over 500 species of fish and will introduce you to different marine systems of the world. Walk on Assut de l'Or Bridge and head to the City of Arts and Sciences. This beautiful architectural complex houses a large aquarium, a landscaped park, and a science museum. You need at least 2-3 hours to discover various attractions inside this complex. The Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe will be your next stop in the afternoon. This is another unique science museum that also offers workshops. Also stop at the gallery of L'Umbracle.

At evening, you would like to attend a festival parade at Museo Fallero and watch an opera show at Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia. Make sure to book the tickets in advance. Finally, after the sunset, head to the markets of Ruzafa. Explore the wide arena of shopping stores and also enjoy a mouthwatering Spanish dinner at one of the elegant restaurants of Ruzafa.

Day 2 in Valencia

The best way to begin your 2nd day of 48 hours in Valencia is to meet the African fauna at the Valencia Bioparc. Sprawling over an area of 10 hectares, this zoo provides a natural habitat for the animals like giraffe, lions, and elephants. In afternoon, you would like to witness the historical development of Valencia at the Valencia History Museum. The twin towers of Torres de Quart will be your next point of attraction. There are more museums nearby that you can spend some time at. Get a great shopping experience at the huge mall of Mercado Central. Visit the Gothic-style Valencia Cathedral and take a tour of its nearby attractions such as Plaza de la Virgen, Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados, Museo de la Almoina, and finally Plaza de la Reina. You can also enjoy your lunch at a classy restaurant of Plaza de la Reina.

At evening gaze at the historic building of the Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas that has a central location in Valencia. There are some art museums like Museo Del Patriarca and González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts nearby that will make your evening interesting. There are many restaurants in the city that offer a wonderful culinary experience of Spain. Don’t forget to enjoy this before leaving Valencia.

A weekend in Valencia comes with a lot of good surprises and happiness. Indulge in beach hopping, gorge on the delicacy of Spain, and take a tour of the museums while in Valencia.

Best Hotels in Valencia for 2 Day Trip

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