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Cheap flights to Valencia

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Best Anytime fares to Valencia

Cheap round-trip flights to Valencia

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Valencia Wed, 11 Feb - Wed, 18 Feb airline logo Ryanair £46
Mallorca island Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Paris Valencia Mon, 2 Feb - Thu, 5 Feb airline logo Air France £123
Brussels Valencia Sat, 20 Dec - Tue, 23 Dec airline logo Ryanair £152
Madrid Valencia Sat, 10 Jan - Sun, 18 Jan airline logo Air Europa £90
Zurich Valencia Sun, 15 Feb - Mon, 23 Feb airline logo Air France £160
Seville Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Rome Valencia Mon, 16 Feb - Wed, 25 Feb airline logo Ryanair £61
Milan Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Manchester Valencia Thu, 12 Feb - Fri, 20 Feb airline logo Iberia £151
Malaga Valencia Mon, 12 Jan - Fri, 30 Jan airline logo Air Europa £120
Munich Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
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Best weekend fares to Valencia

Best weekend fares to Valencia

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Valencia Fri, 6 Feb - Sun, 8 Feb airline logo Ryanair £55
Mallorca island Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Paris Valencia Thu, 29 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo Air France £118
Brussels Valencia Fri, 23 Jan - Sun, 25 Jan Vueling Vueling £73
Madrid Valencia Fri, 13 Feb - Sun, 15 Feb airline logo Air Europa £90
Zurich Valencia Thu, 29 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo Air France £156
Seville Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Rome Valencia Thu, 29 Jan - Sun, 1 Feb Vueling Vueling £81
Milan Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Manchester Valencia Fri, 6 Feb - Sun, 8 Feb airline logo Iberia £151
Malaga Valencia Fri, 6 Feb - Sun, 8 Feb airline logo Iberia £140
Munich Valencia Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
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Save Money on Your Trip to Valencia

Valencia is Spain's third largest city after Madrid and Barcelona, but you will get the very largest discounts when you book flights to Valencia with ebookers. This sunny and beautiful port city combines relaxation with culture for a refreshing European getaway.

Doing and Seeing in Valencia

Valencia has been transformed from a port and industrial centre to a cosmopolitan city that has reconstructed its historic heritage and ancient charm. When you book your air ticket with ebookers, you can also book a hotel that is located near the restored medieval city and its famed towers. Alternatively, you can choose lodging near the same waterfront that hosted the 2005 America's Cup yacht races. Enjoy a relaxing walk along the Paseo Maritimo to one of the city's most popular and sun-drenched beaches, and then walk this scenic waterfront path again on your way to a seaside restaurant for a real Spanish paella at sunset. When you want to enjoy a relaxing walk away from the beach, take a walking tour of the medieval sections of Valencia, as they are newly restored and truly showcase the rich history and architectural heritage of this beautiful and inviting city.

Getting to Valencia

Once you've selected your international air travel and hotel deals from the offers that ebookers puts together for you, you are ready to go for your departure date. You can choose to arrive in Valencia International Airport, or you can start your Spanish sojourn by landing at Alicante International Airport, two hours away by car, and spending a night or two at a local beach resort before driving the rental car you have arranged through ebookers to your hotel in Valencia. Spanish airports are well designed and maintained, and you will find airport shuttle buses, trains and reliable taxis at either airport. You can also take a train from Valencia to Alicante and back, and this makes for a great day trip or overnight side trip.

Getting the Most Out of Ebookers

Just as there are two airports from which you can reach Valencia, there may be a choice of airports at your departure destination as well. Check for the low fare that suits you best by entering any local airports that are convenient for you into the ebookers search engine. In addition, choose the flexible date option if you can take advantage of deals that may not be available on the exact day you originally chose for your international flight. When it comes to choosing between the airports at Valencia and Alicante, take into account whether you want to spend time in Alicante; if you do, look for deals on an Alicante resort hotel when you book your air ticket and hotel. If you are flexible, check back at ebookers as close as possible to the time when you are able to fly, so you can look for special last-minute deals on international flights and accommodations.

Valencia is a great place to soak up some sun along with enjoying a trip back in time to the glory of the Spanish Empire. You can spend more time getting ready to enjoy everything the city has to offer when you book your flights to Valencia with ebookers.

  • Things to do in Valencia

    Don’t write off Valencia as just another coastal resort town. Yes, the city occupies prime real estate along Spain’s sun-kissed central Mediterranean coast. And a string of popular resorts lines Valencia’s edge. But it doesn’t rest on its pretty beaches. Instead, the city invests in cultural projects, like the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, a futuristic complex built by Valencia’s native son, renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. The Ciudad houses a planetarium, a science museum, an IMAX theater, a performance space, and Europe’s largest aquarium—all in buildings that are works of art themselves. The real beauty of it, though, is accessibility: For free, you can stroll along the 4.5-mile promenade that weaves between the Ciudad’s structures. It’s enticing enough to pull even the most die-hard resort lovers away from the sand.
  • Valencia When to Go

    Valencia sits on the Iberian Peninsula, midway along Spain’s east coast on the Mediterranean Sea. As such, it has a classic Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and temperately cool, brief winters.

    In the summer’s warmest month, August, the mercury in Valencia sways between 70 and 85 degrees—and the average temperature of the Mediterranean Sea is 79 degrees, bringing swimmers and sunbathers out in droves.

    Things cool down a bit in autumn, with average temperatures in October between 58 and 74 degrees. During the winter, the city experiences a bit more rain, but not much—and it hardly ever snows. Average temperatures in January fall between 45 and 61 degrees.

    Spring can be a lovely time to visit. Valencia warms up as early as late March, though reliably toasty weather doesn’t hit until May, when temperatures linger between 57 and 73 degrees. Plus, the city’s lively Fallas Festival, in March, is worth timing a vacation around. Neighborhood groups hold a parade to present elaborate, firecracker-filled papier-mâché statues they have been working on throughout the year. Afterward, the statues are mounted in prominent places, and a week of block parties ensues. Then, around midnight on March 19, those firecrackers are lit, turning each statue into a huge bonfire. This pyrotechnic celebration to mark the spring equinox has been happening in Valencia since the Middle Ages.