Latitude 39 ° 25.7N – Longitude 00 ° 19.4W
As the third largest city in Spain, Valencia has been appointed by the European Union as a top city for tourism development. Development encompasses new cutting-edge architectural flagship projects including the City of Arts and Sciences, which includes the spectacular Palau de las Arts, the Aquarium and Congress Hall, designed by Santiago Calatrava and Sir Norman Foster and Port, respectively. These projects support tourism anticipated surrounding the celebration of many regattas and the Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Valencia’s location offers an ideal Mediterranean climate for all seasons: lush in the spring and pleasantly warm in summer, autumn and winter with more than 300 sunny days each year and a mild average annual temperature of 19 degrees Celsius. With such optimal weather conditions, Valencia provides an attractive destination that encourages visitors to explore and discover the variety of culture, dining, and entertainment offered by the city.