Cheap flights to Valencia Spain

A bright and edgy spirit
Flights to Valencia from
  • 31 GBP per person
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About Valencia


Home to Moorish walls and avant-garde architecture, world-class festivals and an array of beaches ranging from quiet to cosmopolitan, Valencia is a cheerful, sunny, party-hungry Mediterranean port city. The colourful pageant of bright townhouses and ancient landmarks strung along the twisting streets of the Old Quarter are a testament to the city's rich history, while top-ranking universities, modern art museums and lively plazas keep the mood young. After you've taken in the culture old and new, cool down with a refreshing Agua de Valencia (vodka, gin, cava and juice cocktail) and fartons (sweet bread) in the shade of scented orange trees or bike along the leafy green track of Jardins del Turia.

Papier-mâché puppets, flower parades and superb pyrotechnics celebrate the coming of spring in Valencia's annual festival of Las Fallas.

Mingle with the slow-paced, fast-talking locals among the fresh fare of the elegant Central Market and embrace the native motto (vivir sin dormir!) by partying the night away on Malvarrosa Beach.

Valencia is the birthplace of Spain's famed paella – a lavish saffron-spiced rice fiesta of chunky meat, succulent seafood and fresh veggies.

How’s the weather in Valencia in November?

  • Temperature 9-20 °C
  • Dry days 22-
  • Average rainfall 38 mm
  • Snow days 0


  • Population 809K
  • Local time :
  • Currency Euro

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  • Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: 8.02 GBP


  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle): .69 GBP


  • One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 1.34 GBP
  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): 3.57 GBP

Sports And Leisure

  • Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult: 26.69 GBP
  • Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend): 6.96 GBP
  • Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat: 7.13 GBP

Clothing And Shoes

  • 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar): 62.23 GBP
  • 1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...): 22.29 GBP
  • 1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes: 64.96 GBP
  • 1 Pair of Men's Leather Business Shoes: 75.38 GBP

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About Valencia

Flights to Valencia aren’t just a cheaper alternative to Barcelona and Madrid.

Valencia may only be Spain’s third biggest city, but locals would argue that it punches way above its weight. They point out it’s more attractive than Madrid, has nicer beaches than Barcelona and a livelier nightlife than the two put together.

Valencians have a saying: vivir sin dormer - live without sleep. And they’re not kidding around. Expect restaurants to be quiet until 10 p.m., bars empty before midnight and dance floors deserted until the wee small hours. Get there late enough and the area around Ruzafa Street is buzzy, unpretentious and blissfully tourist-free. If you can’t wait that long, try Ubik, the cult café slash bar slash bookshop where it’s de rigueur to browse the art with a glass of Rioja in hand, even if you haven’t gotten round to breakfast yet. Less hardy souls might want to fill up on chocolate con churros, or share a paella at one of the lively old establishments that line the shore. Stomach lined, you’re ready for your first Agua de Valencia – a potent mix of cava, vodka, gin and the local oranges that scent the night air.

With 300 days of sunshine a year, it would be a shame to sleep away the days, no matter how many cocktails you threw back the night before, and no matter what time of year you fly to Valencia. If you don’t have the stomach for catching a bull fight at La Plaza de Toros, you can take a gentle cycle along the winding Jardín del Turin or make a pilgrimage to see the Holy Grail, ensconced in the cathedral in the medieval Old Town.

If you’re lucky enough to visit mid-March, prepare for day and night to blur into one big party, as the annual Las Fallas festival takes to the streets. Paper mȃché effigies go up in flames, and fireworks make the ancient city crackle and glow.

Spain’s third city? Not from where we’re standing.

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