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València, Spain, for Families

by Aoife O'Riordan

Mar 31, 2023

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Destinations / Europe

València, Spain, offers family travelers a wide variety of attractions for kids (and parents) of all ages. Take the stress out of an international family vacation and enjoy the wonders of this family-friendly city.



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Make a visit to a museum at the top of your list when in València. The City of Arts and Sciences Science Museum features interactive displays and instructional scientific activities. Within the museum lies L’Hemisfèric, a digital cinema offering 3-D movies bringing science and nature to life. Europe’s largest aquarium, Oceanogràfic, can be found in Valencia, where visitors travel across the world’s seas and oceans to see the globe’s most remarkable marine ecosystems.


Guided Family Tours

See the city’s popular sights and landmarks with the València family tour. On this tour, kids can dress up as knights and princesses while hearing stories behind castles, squares and towers. At each historical site, kids can also engage in games and activities to further teach them about the city.



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At Jardin del Turia, kids can run around the more than 5 miles of parkland, consisting of bicycle paths, a running track, soccer grounds and snack shops. At Gulliver Park, rent a bike and ride around the trails. Or head to the Botanical Gardens, Gardens of Monforte, Ayora and Park del Oeste for even more time in the great outdoors.


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