Hotel Turia

Address: Profesor Beltran Baguena, 2, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46009, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Campanar area of Valencia, is near Antiguo Cauce del Rio Turia, Sant Joan Funicular Railway, Valencia Botanical Gardens, and Instituto Valencia d'Arte Modern (IVAM).
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    Travel Blogs from Valencia

    FALLAS!!!

    A travel blog entry by bitty1414 on Mar 15, 2015

    74 photos

    ... culture like paella, the Valenciano language, and the building/burning of the fallas! A falla is a large wooden structure that is very elaborate. It is painted and then assembled in the streets. Each little neighborhood creates their own falla. People that dress in traditional Valencian costumes are falleros (men) and falleras (women).

    I'm not really going to detail everything I did during fallas (think lots of drinking and partying), but I will ...

    Living in a cave or by the seaside

    A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Aug 28, 2014

    32 photos

    Gaudix is an interesting place where all the people who live in the village have lived in house caves for 100s of years. Lots of people have left but they still have people moving there to by a vacant house cave (cheap obviously). The caves are pretty, cool in summer, warm in winter, and still have all the usual modern conveniences. A tour of a house ...

    The All American Road trip through Spain

    A travel blog entry by heiner6 on Jul 12, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    As usual, the Heiners really do not always take the direct and/or easy route to do anything in Spain. After all, where’s the fun in that? Last January, I made reservations for our rental car to use the last three weeks of our Spain adventure. I also reserved an apartment in O Pindo, Spain. What, you have never heard of it? Well, probably most of the world hasn’t heard of it. It is a small fishing village on the western side of Spain. So ...

    Something in the Air Here

    A travel blog entry by santillana95 on May 31, 2014

    2 photos

    ... my business, but I find it odd that there were several young people taking part in the protest in Barcelona. I, as a “millennial”, find it disturbing that there is not one cause that has truly triggered our generation’s passion. In that sense, I am envious of those young people in Barcelona, who, despite what hardships they may be facing, have a passion, a goal, which they can all latch on to and strive for in the end. ...

    A spontaneous life isn't for all..

    A travel blog entry by billiejago on Apr 15, 2014

    2 comments

    ... for either the good or the bad.

    With being as spontaneous as I know I am, there are downsides to being a professional tourist.

    1- How can you possibly fit your life into a case?!
    The simple answer is- you can't! When you travel you learn what is important, sentimental, and memorable to you. Take those things and, of course, your essentials! For some people, the thought of being without a certain item seems impossible; but ...