Ready for Valencia!
The first stop, to have some chill
We are close to the City of Art and Sciences part of Valencia, the most famous modern-futuristic architectures in Spain!
Where are we?
Want some sangria? Yeeeeees!
Happy faces after 5 hour travelling
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
Left: Palau de les Arts, right: L'Hemisferic is an IMAX cinema where everyone lies almost horizontally on the floor to watch a wide range of 3D films.
Museum of Sciences
The Fallas is the biggest annual Valencian celebration. It is a world famous street party, a spectacular celebration of Valencian tradition for the locals and an enormous cosmopolitan festival for the visitors. Originally, in the middle ages, the Fallas-Sculptures were just a pile of old junk that got burned after the winter. Then people began having fun - dressing the junk into old clothes, drawing faces on it and engaging in satire.
Falla Infantil : Falla for children, stories about animals, cartoons...
Beautiful womens walking around the streets in their traditional costumes. These costumes mean a lot to these people. The cheapest dress you will see on the street will cost around 1500 euros.
Lots of people chillin'
Ilke with bubbles
La Lonja de la Seda: Built in the beginning of XVI century, La Lonja (Silk Exchange) is the real emblem of the Golden Age of Valencia - the times when this city was one Europe's main cultural and economic centres - and this is precisely why La Lonja was built.
Orange garden inside: Is it a sign?
The first two floors were the main function rooms, with the upper one hosting a richly decorated ceiling - a masterpiece of medieval art which had the King ride out of the capital just to see it.
Hey look at me!
Lets eat something, Paella?
Crazy finnish girls
Bullring-Plaza de Toros