Cultural city with traditional PaellaSeptember 3 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C
A stroll through the back street's of Valencia lead us to the famous fountain at Plaza de la Virgen, complete with busking jazz saxophonists and some eloquent violin playing to add to the atmosphere.
Next up was Valencia Cathedral, home to the elusive Holy Grail. Turns out Indiana jones was looking in the wrong place. The cathedral was an architectural masterpiece, complete with relics of the patron saint of valencia and impressive paintings, statues and a gold and jewelled monstrance.
We now relax in a little Paella restaurant, recommended by our hosts. Paella was invented in Valencia so fingers crossed for an excellent meal.Read more