Feria de Valencia
"Q" for Tourism Quality, a mark that represents quality in Spain’s tourism sector.
Famous the world over for its Fallas festival and its delicious paella, Valencia is ever more sought after, both as a tourist destination and for holding meetings and events.
Located on the east coast of Spain, Valencia has regenerated itself to become a modern, cosmopolitan city, ideal for organising congresses and business meetings. Washed by the Mediterranean Sea, its excellent climate is one of its main advantages. You will find a series of top quality infrastructures. Special mention should be made of the avant-garde Arts and Sciences Centre, the Valencia Exhibition Centre and its Conference Centre, designed by the prestigious architect Sir Norman Foster. Access from European capitals is easy thanks to its international airport, just 8 kilometres from the city centre.
The beaches and water sports available are, without a doubt, part of Valencia's appeal - its waters are considered some of the best sailing grounds in Europe. Proof of this is the fact that the city is soon to host the most important sailing race in the world: the America’s Cup. There are other interesting alternatives to enjoy, though: a stroll around the old town, where you will see its wealth of monuments, with outstanding buildings such as the Cathedral and Silk Exchange, which has the UNESCO World Heritage designation, or a boat trip to the Albufera Nature Reserve are good options. By night, nothing better than to head out to discover Valencia's famous nightlife with bars and nightclubs.
Hotel and room capacity
Category: 5 estrellas
Number of hotels: 8
Number of rooms: 1,440
Category: 4 estrellas
Number of hotels: 30
Number of rooms: 4,232
Maximum capacity in the room: 8,000