Today, the Spanish city of Valencia officially becomes the European Green Capital for 2024, taking over from the Estonian city of Tallinn. Mayor María José Catalá receives the Green Book from Tallinn’s deputy mayor Tiit Terik. […]
Valencia has become the first region in Spain to reinstate face mask rules in health centers and hospitals. This move is a direct reaction to the alarming surge in Covid and flu cases, which has
Iryo, the country’s high-speed, low-cost rail operator, has announced a special promotional offer with tickets starting as low as €8 to all its destinations. This special offer, valid throughout 2024, is a golden opportunity for
Valencia played host to the City Destinations Alliance Autumn Conference 2023 from October 3 to 7, witnessing a record turnout of 240 attendees.
The scenic city of Valencia is set to come alive this September, not just with its historical gems and delicious paella, but as the host to an influential gathering of global leaders in tourism.
World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage Hosts Inaugural Leadership Summit in Valencia, Spain
The World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH) is set to host its first annual leadership summit in Valencia, Spain on 24-25 September.
As the sun beats down on the glistening Mediterranean Sea, many tourists flock to Valencia’s beaches to soak up the Spanish sun and embrace the Mediterranean lifestyle.
The Spanish city of Valencia is going to welcome destination professionals in October to enjoy an extraordinary event week in October 2023.
The Valencian government of Spain is working to once again have a direct flight connection between New York and Valencia.
Valencia’s traditional fire-cracking Las Fallas Festival kicked off on March 1, 2023.
Valencia has had an incredible 2022 as the World Design Capital and the World Capital for Smart Tourism. As the holidays and the new year close in, Valencia transforms into a dynamic winter destination for
Visit Valencia has partnered with The World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH) to host the world’s first tourism summit dedicated to the protection and preservation of culture and heritage in tourism destinations.
Valencia celebrates its annual World Paella Day (WPD) on September 20. On this day, Valencia marks International Paella Day, a day to honor the most iconic dish in València’s gastronomy.
In 2021, from amongst 30 EU cities that apply, Bordeaux and València were selected as the European Capitals of Smart Tourism 2022.
The Mediterranean port city on the eastern coast of Spain, Valencia, is home to extraordinary architecture and design, delicious gastronomy, vibrant neighborhoods, 13 miles of coastline, and a number of national parks.
Bordeaux (France) and València (Spain) launched their European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022 titles and respective programmes with the presence of the cities’ Mayors, academia, stakeholders and representatives of the European Commission.