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Guide

Our mission is to be informative and concise in dispensing information so that visitors will have a basic understanding of their destination. The Valencia Connect Guide section will give you basic, though useful, information when you are spending a holiday, studying or living in Valencia.

Valencia
Everywhere you go you always need to watch where you’re going and keep a close eye on your personal belongings. In Valencia it’s not that different. The hard part of being in a new city is that you don’t know how to get around, where to go and what to do in case of an emergency. Our city guide of Valencia contains a list of important telephone numbers to remember in case of emergency. We also made a list of all consulates present in Valencia and put-up some interesting links to several webcams in Valencia.

Shopping in Valencia
One of the favourite things a women likes to do is shopping for clothing. If you know where to go shopping in Valencia, you can literarily shop till you drop. Make sure that you don’t spend all your well earned money in one place or spend it all on clothing. After all, you need to do groceries at the end of the day.  Popular places to go shopping in Valencia are: Mercado Central, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Calle Juan de Austria and Calle Colón.

The Spanish Language
In the Valencia region there are two official languages spoken: Castilian and Valenciano. We made a small dictionary of the most important words and phrases for you. These words and phrases will help you ask for basic things. However, when you are planning to stay for a while in Valencia, you might want to consider learning the language. Spanish is already the third language spoken in the world and each year more and more people start learning it. There are a lot of different language schools in Valencia available; all you have to do is to find the one that suits you best.

Kids in Valencia
If you’re travelling with kids you want them to have a good time without selling yourself short. Valencia is a very child friendly city and has lots of kids activities spread out over town where both you and your children can have fun. Kids in Valencia won’t easily get bored. With this guide, you won't have to find out all the cool places for kids by yourself.

Sightseeing in Valencia
When you are in Valencia (especially when you are there for a short while) you will find out that there are too many places to go and see in Valencia. Valencia is filled with churches, museums and other interesting tourist attractions and you won’t be able to visit them all in one week. An absolute must when you are in Valencia is the “City of Arts and Sciences” and the “Jardín del Turia”. To help you select your route along Valencia’s best sights, we put on some information about places to go in Valencia.

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