City of Valencia, Spain
Valencia is a warm accessible Mediterranean city, well-connected to the most important Spanish cities and main international destinations via its network of land, air and sea links. An innovative, up-to-the-minute city which is committed to the future with modern projects like the City of Arts and Sciences. Which is why it was chosen to host the 32nd America’s Cup and the F1 Grand Prix in June.
Valencia has a two thousand year history. A City of contrasts with examples of architecture from all eras and wonderful buildings that lend different flavours to its streets and corners. In surrounding areas of futuristic city we find Valencia at its most modern. A residential area which enjoys privileged views of architect Calatrava's work, the City of Arts and Sciences located next to the Turia Gardens, the city's, richest and most diverse park.