Valencia

Tips and Articles in Valencia

Paella 101: “The base of Spain’s quintessential dish is always sofrito—tomato, garlic, and onion. Other than that, ingredients vary, because people personalize it. The most traditional in Valencia, Spain, has chicken, rabbit, and a white bean call...
Valencia, Spain Les Troyens Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía (October 31–November 12). “La Fura dels Baus” translates loosely as something like “the ferret of the ravine,” but it’s the name of an avant-garde Catalan theater group that regularly of...
See our slideshow of the World’s Top Fast-Food Restaurants. Who liked potato chips in their sandwiches as a kid?Superstar chef Bobby Flay, that’s who. At Flay’s latest venture, Bobby’s Burger Palace, the award-winning chef is recapturing his yout...
VIENNA AUSTRIA $236 At the 16th-century Hotel König von Ungarn (10 Schulerstrasse; 43-1/515-840; www.kvu.at; breakfast included), just a short walk from St. Stephen's Cathedral, gilded mirrors, boldly graphic wallpaper, and ch...
When I lived in Madrid, more than a decade ago, Valencia was rarely on anyone's radar. Spain's third-largest city was casually known for its oranges and its paella and for Les Falles, the boisterous, pyrotechnical festival that takes p...
Resembling a giant UFO poised for liftoff, the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, the performing arts center created by virtuoso architect Santiago Calatrava, completes the ambitious cultural complex City of Arts and Sciences, in Valencia, a Medite...
If your idea of a perfect summer day involves an adrenaline-infused rush from a truly frightening ride, skip the kiddie parks this year. The Matterhorn at Disneyland and Space Mountain at Disney World are both great when you’re 12, but they won’t ...