We can walk through the historical centre of Valencia and then take a jump in time and get to know this fascinating futurist complex, created by the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava. The City of Arts and Sciences combines several buildings: a cinema known as the l’Hemisfèric; Europe’s largest aquarium, l’Oceanogràfic; the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum, which offers an interactive exhibition;
the Ágora, which is an event and congress centre; and the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, which represents one of the most prestigious operas in Europe. You can also enjoy a walk through the lovely Mediterranean gardens of de l’Umbracle, which at night time converts into a nightclub. All in one!