The Valencian capital is one of the most touristic cities in all of Spain, where you can find a bit of everything; beaches, historical sites, culture and lots of fun. Today we have moved to the southwest coast of our country to tell you about some of the best activities in Valencia, so check your agenda because if you do not have any plans, the ones that we will show you below can be a great option, and the best thing is that your pocket will thank you.

If you are a football lover or you like art and history, you cannot miss the list that we have prepared on this occasion, where you can visit the Valencia CF stadium, or discover the secrets and wonders of the Lonja de Seda. Without a doubt, with these economic plans in Valencia there will be no excuses for staying at home, what if necessary is that you plan ahead, in this article you can buy tickets for each activity. On the other hand, we are going to tell you the details of each of the sites that we recommend; the address, the time you can go, and all the relevant information so that your experience is the best.


Live Vibra Mahou x Low with Chill Chicos

When: Saturday, April 1, 2023

Where: Room 3 – Valencia (Avenida de Blasco Ibáñez, 111)

This series of Mahou concerts becomes the perfect platform to generate a space made of fresh and new music. On this occasion, the Chill Chicos, who are a pop group that has already collaborated with artists of the stature of Natalia Lacunza, will light up the night and steal the show. The concert will start at 9:00 p.m. (doors open at 8:30 p.m.) and the ticket price is 5 euros (in which a drink is included). It is definitely a perfect plan to disconnect over the weekend, dance a bit and, of course, support young talent that seeks to gain a foothold in the music industry.


Musical Cantajuegos 2.0

When: Sunday, April 2, 2023

Where: Santa Bárbara Country Club – Valencia (Avenida Corts Valencianes, 111)

Are you looking for a perfect plan for the family on Sunday? This musical that we propose will be a great option for children and adults. During the tribute to the Cantajuegos group, you will be able to listen to a mixture of songs composed of classics that will make you remember old times and much more youthful and modern songs. In short, it is a show that will make you dance, sing and have a good time with your loved ones. The show (recommended for all ages) will start at 12 noon and lasts approximately 60 minutes. The best thing is that you can find tickets at a very good price, from 6.91 euros.


Silk Museum of Valencia

When: Permanent – From Tuesday to Sunday

Where: Silk Museum – Valencia (Carrer de l’Hospital, 7)

Enter a museum where you can witness three centuries of history, being able to appreciate the fusion of Gothic and Baroque architecture from the 15th century. During the tour, attendees will be able to see spectacular handmade garments, impressive looms, a ceiling fresco of Saint Jerome, and much more. The museum can be visited every day (closed on Tuesdays) at the following times: from Tuesday to Saturday (from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and on Sundays (from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.). Tickets can be obtained from 8 euros, with an audio guide in different languages ​​such as Spanish, Italian or French included in the price.


Guided tour of the Mestalla stadium

When: Permanent – Monday to Sunday

Where: Mestalla Stadium – Valencia – (Avenida de Suecia s/n)

The paradise for all fans of the Valencia CF soccer team, opens its doors to be visited from Monday to Sunday. You will have the opportunity to be in the changing rooms, appreciate trophies, shirts and of course, step on the grass of this mythical stadium that has witnessed the greatest classics of the Valencian football team. The tour, which explains the history of the enclosure since 1919, can be done from 10:40 a.m. to 6:10 p.m. every day. It has an adult ticket for 12.50 euros, a reduced ticket (over 65s and/or retirees, children from 5 to 12 years old, pensioners, unemployed) for 10 euros, and children under 5 can enter for free.


The Silk Exchange

When: Permanent – Monday to Sunday

Where: The Silk Market – Valencia – (Carrer de la Llotja, 2)

This is one of the most touristic buildings in the city of Valencia, where Gothic art is reflected in its maximum splendor. This 15th century monument, which was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, consists of three different bodies and a garden, making it one of the main attractions of the capital. The construction with high historical value can be visited every day, between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is a guided tour that costs 15 euros, which includes a professional guide, a visit to the Lonja de Seda, a tour of other important sites in the city, and the entrance to the Town Hall (except on weekends). or holidays).

Saint Nicholas Church

When: Permanent – From Tuesday to Sunday

Where: San Nicolás Church – Valencia – (Carrer dels Cavallers, 35)

We continue touring the Gothic art of the city, and this time we recommend you visit the Church of San Nicolás, a construction that has more than 700 years of history. You will be surprised by the baroque-style decorations inside one of the oldest temples in Valencia. The site can be accessed every day during the following hours: Tuesday to Thursday (10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.), Saturdays (10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.) and Sundays (1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.). Tickets for this guided tour can be purchased for 10 euros, children under 12 can enter for free (a free ticket is required).


The Bull and the Moon Tablao Flamenco

When: Permanent – From Tuesday to Sunday

Where: El Toro y La Luna Tablao Flamenco – Valencia – (Plaça del Mestre Ripoll, 13)

Immerse yourself in the magic of this tablao in Valencia, which has already become a tradition for flamenco lovers. This show, which is made for the whole family, promises to offer you a night full of music, fun and the talent of great artists. You can go to the show from Thursday to Saturday at 10:30 p.m. and it lasts approximately 90 minutes, enough time to dance and enjoy the best atmosphere. Tickets are priced at 15 euros, which includes a drink per person (glass of wine, sangria, soft drink or beer).

* All prices included in this article are updated as of March 28, 2023.

By Nail

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