Easter still seems far away and you probably have not even thought about what you’re going to do with your vacation. However, better be forewarned and go see destinations before prices will rise and hotels will have no rooms available. We propose a trip to the capital of the Turia. There is an endless amount of activities to enjoy during the Eastern period in Valencia, especially with the beginning of good weather and the Mediterranean spring.
Whenever you talk about Easter and urban tourism you think of Andalusia or Castilla, but Valencia’s Eastern activities will surprise you and you won’t have the time to enjoy them all.
If you like the silent, serious and religious atmosphere of the processions, you should know that among the activities in Valencia you have the famous Sailor’s Easter Week, declared a National Tourist Interest. Unlike other cities in Spain where the processions are concentrated in the center, in Valencia the Holy Week is celebrated in the so-called ‘seaside districts’ of Grao, Canyamelar and the traditional Cabanyal neighbourhood.