Valencia is a bustling Spanish city, where there’s something fun, memorable and exciting to see and do around virtually every corner. Like most parts of Spain, Valencia is also an exceptionally family-friendly city, geared towards keeping youngsters of all ages entertained.
If you’re heading to this pulsating coastal city sometime soon with the kids in tow, take a look at the following five fabulous things to do in Valencia with the family.
Torres de Serranos
When visiting Valencia be sure to head to the Torres de Serranos to get a taste of the city’s ancient architecture. This 14th century building is one of two remaining fortified gates of the ancient wall of Valencia and is incredibly well preserved.
The views from the top of Torres de Serranos that stretch across the whole of Valencia and beyond are simply stunning.
Centre del Carme
The Centre del Carme is a museum with a difference. This former 14th century convent is full of stunning paintings and fascinating sculptures and is the perfect place to head to in order to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The ‘Espai de Telles’ area of the building is designed for babies and toddlers to explore and have fun.
Fun Jump Trampoline Park
The whole family can let off steam and get some serious exercise at Valencia’s Fun Jump Trampoline Park. This extensive trampoline park is home to a hive of activities, including a ninja challenge, foam rubber pool, a climbing wall, free wall, parkour and much more.
Scientific minds will have hours of fun at the Science Museum, located in the City of Arts and Sciences. Inside this contemporary building is an interactive world that explores science at its most fascinating – perfect for a family day out.
Lego Fun Factory at Aqua Shopping Centre Lego-loving families will be at home in the Lego Fun Factory at the city’s Aqua Shopping Centre. The Lego-themed space comprises of 250 square metres of Lego play areas, including a giant Lego brick pool and a singalong with Lego friends karaoke