Center Valencia Backpackers' Hostel

Address: Calle Samaniego 18, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the La Seu area of Valencia, is near Torres de Serranos, Casco Antiguo, Mercado Colon, and House of Rocas (Casa de las Rocas).
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    Travel Blogs from Valencia

    The very curious tour of Valencia

    A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013 on Apr 02, 2013

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    ... in 1950's, so they decided to divert the river away from the city. This left them a lovely great big space, which the have turned into Europe's largest inner city gardens (and also the City of Arts and Sciences precinct). They still have bridges going over the old riverbed, and seem to use each bridge as a divider between different styles of garden. Valencia was probably our best weather of the trip, so made for a nice afternoon ...

    My Cultural Eating Experience

    A travel blog entry by jctoole on Jun 02, 2012

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    ... less appealing than the last. The part where this confuses me is the fact that Portugal, the great nation which discovered most of the world’s trading routes for spices, is lacking spices in their food. Granted they use more than enough salt in everything, I get the feeling that it is only used while they are cooking and not for an after-flavor boost. And heaven forbid if they put a little pepper on anything. Another thing I remember is being at ...

    Food and the Spanish Lifestyle

    A travel blog entry by bonniegaupp on May 28, 2012

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    ... and golden stacks of freshly baked bread, I turned down one walkway of Valencia's Mercado Central and found a rather unpleasant sight—a pile of black squirming eels, slipping over each other on the shiny metal counter. The butcher was casually standing over the pile, slowly reducing the number of eels with his knife. I suppose I’m just not used to such scenes in the grocery store back home, but upon seeing every other Spaniard walk by as if there was nothing odd ...