Hotel Muralleta

C/Cisterna, 31-33, Riba-roja de Turia, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46190 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Riba-roja de Turia


A travel blog entry by 1024leigh


... as our tour guide. Wow she knows a lot, and she's fun to listen to. haha. THe first place we went to was the Torres de Serranos, followed by different Medieval architectural places around the city. We went in some beautiful cathedrals and saw some awesome stuff. I thought it was fascinating, but then again I am a huge nerd. I'm ok with that though :). Also, it was required for 2 of my classes, so I got that out of ...

Day 67-70 - Deep Conversations and Inspirations

A travel blog entry by abs08


... be.We meet in Placa de Mercado. There she is. Holding her camino stick proudly in her right hand, camino shell (the symbol) tied securely on the backpack, battle scars aplenty and sporting a tired but happy, content face. 800km in 41 days. Countless blisters, torrential rain, blazing heat, open fields of filled with emptiness, Pyrenees Mountains, fluctuating moods. Day after day. And all you can do is put one foot in front of the other. Just walk. I think back to my last year ...

Old, new and beach

A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink


... we took a bus to the modern part that I had seen yesterday and went into 2 of their huge shopping centers and as always one of them only had the upmarket boutiques. The 2nd one we went into is bigger than Century City so we spent quite some time there before catching the bus back to the hotel.
Valencia gives you the old, the new and the beach which is an amazing combination. Definitely a place to consider coming back to should I ever get the chance to do another trip.


Paella en la Playa

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns


... rows of produce, meats, seafood, olives, breads, cheeses.... We ate lunch at a patio restaurant by its entrance. I had a lunch menu with salad, meatballs in sauce and sangria.

After this, we learned the hard way that Valencia is one of the least walkable cities. It started fine with a walk to the train station to buy our advance tickets to Barcelona (we had an expensive lesson buying last minute tickets from Madrid). Then we took ...

Being a Material Girl in a Hunger Driven World

A travel blog entry by pverma15


... openness. Fortunately we have been able to see and understand how the cities we've visited came to be through the study of history. It's still interesting how each of them are very different concerning identity, even though some of the might be in the same country. Even the fact that Spain and Portugal have had similar occurrences in history (dictatorships, Age of Exploration, monarchies etc.) is intriguing in the fact that they are so different from each other.



This hotel, located on C/Cisterna, 31-33, Riba-roja de Turia, is near Puerto de Valencia.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding