Hotel la Villa

Plaza de Albornoz,8 , Requena, Valencian Country, 46340, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Plaza de Albornoz,8 , Requena, is near Casa del Arte Mayor de la Seda.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Requena

    Water and Wine festival

    A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Aug 27, 2013

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    ... s t-shirts get ripped off. After hearing this, we headed out to get sports bra’s (the girls did) we didn’t want be exposing more than was necessary.

    After a trip to the supermarket to pick up food and drink for the night, we hopped on the bus and headed to Requena. Requena is about an hour drive from Valencia, this is where they celebrate Fiesta de Vendimia or as our tour group called ...

    La Tomatina

    A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 29, 2012

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    ... list. Arron ironically enjoyed it more than we did but his expectations were so low. The experience is obviously like no other but due to the excess of the crowd and the difficulty to move it makes the experience a little limiting. Still the memory of seeing thousands upon thousands of people being pelted with tomatos is one that I didn't have prior to this morning, unless it's an implanted memory and I'm still at home. My eyes wouldn't hurt if that was the case.

    Now to the ...

    Viva Espana

    A travel blog entry by susan_weller on Aug 28, 2012

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    ... took about 7 hours and by the end I was struggling, So bloody hot!!! Don't know how Steve managed to concentrate on driving. We arrived at hotel in the small Spanish town, it was very rustic, situated in one of the town plazas. The owner told us there was a fiesta on that evening and the town would be very busy with hundreds pouring into the square later. We walked into town to watch the procession then had ...

    La Tomatina

    A travel blog entry by orianapacker on Aug 31, 2011


    ... behind me, laughing all the while. It was me against the world as strangers would slam me with facefuls of tomatoes, glopping handfuls onto my head as I shook my head wildly, flinging chunks of tomato from my hair. Already completely soaked, I began swimming in the tomato soup flowing around me. I literally did the breast stroke down the street. I tried to do the backstroke too, but too many people pounded me with tomatoes once I exposed my face.


    Toma Crazy Tina

    A travel blog entry by dukesabroad on Aug 25, 2010


    ... People drinking huge beers and others passed out in random spots along the street, windows and walls covered with a protective meshing, and storefronts selling beer like it was water. This could only mean one thing... We reached the holy grail, and the first “must do” crazy thing on our list. And yet again another “holy ****” moment of my life.

    We drank and partied like we never had before, and it wasn't long until our third ...