Harsh Covid passport fines will go into effect this Friday – the Valencian government is expected to adopt the new set of measures in its plenary session as early as this tomorrow.
Public transport in Valencia will undergo a complete overhaul beginning in January of next year. The city and surrounding areas will be rezoned, there will be a universal ticket that can be used on any mode of transport, and the tickets will be cheaper as well.
If you have time, and you are close to the old town centre, we suggest you visit the Vintage Car Exhibition in Valencia, and take some selfies.
One of the most popular gastronomic events, Cuina Oberta, will take place in less than a week, from 11-21 November
If you want to buy one of the ten most expensive properties in Valencia Province, you can choose from a whole nature reserve, a portion of an ancient monastery, or a massive citrus plantation…
According to data from the property portal Kyero.com, there is an increased interest of Britons to relocate to Spain and Portugal to avoid a winter of discontent at home.
Valencia is increasingly attracting the attention of the media. Lonely Planet published an article last week that confirms this, listing 15 things to do in Valencia that will, according to the author, make the best use of your time.
Six of the country’s territories have been granted permission from the courts for the document to be presented for access to places such as bars, nightclubs and hospitals. This is a complete breakdown, published by El Pais, showing where the covid passports in Spain are needed at the moment.
The Tesla Bot prototype, a robot that will use cutting-edge AI software to take over boring and repetitive tasks from the human race, will be unveiled next year.