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Spain is well known for delicious food and drinks. Especially the famous Paella: this typical rice dish is best savoured where it originally comes from: VALENCIA.

With us you will enjoy a good meal at those places where the locals will go and not the guide or bus driver will bring you:

  • Tapas y Cañas – offered all day long.


  • Almuerzo: not brunch nor lunch – a typical snack arround 9-10 am.


  • Authentic Paella –  as the people in Valencia will eat it.


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“Vamos de tapas” in Valencia: many new stylish bars have opened and offer the typical Spanish Tapas you might know from Catalonia, Andalusia or the Basque Country.

Only by mentioning “calamares”, “gambas”, “patatas bravas”, “olivas” or “jamón de jabugo” you will get hungry. Enjoy eating in one of the many bars and restaurants in Valencia will bring you closer to the essence of spanish and mediterranean lifestyle.

Let us guide you through the old town, beach front and small villages of Valencia.

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The Paella can only be savoured where it comes from originally: Valencia

The “authentic” Paella Valenciana: consisting of rice, chicken, rabbit, ferraura (green beans) and garrofó (white beans) and sometimes snails. It is a typical dish during the weekend for many families in Valencia. And one important thing: it´s best eaten for LUNCH and shared with families and friends right out of the typical paella pan with a good wine or beer.

Many places offer paella and variations like “arroz a banda”, “arroz negro”, “arroz con bogavante” or “arroz con verduras”. But finding the right location is a difficult task.

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Not only the wines from the Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Penedés with its Cava or Ribeiro vineyards offer genuine spanish indulgence.

Requena/Utiel, approximately 80 Km/1 hour drive from Valencia, is well known in Spain for delicious and refreshing wines. A selected number of “Bodegas” offer special guided tours with wine tasting sessions. Also the “embutido – local coldcuts” offer specialities from the region.

Combine a day trip out of town with a tasitng of local wines in one of the vineyards. With us you do not have to worry about having “one” above the limit. – Valencia City Tours.