Containers In Valencia – The City Is Counting The Costs Of Vandalism

A 600.000 euro bill to replace burned containers in Valencia angers city officials because the money could be better used elsewhere.




Internet In Valencia – The Worst In All Of Spain

According to government data, the Internet in Valencia cannot get any worse – which is why the Province will receive the majority of the Banda Ancha Fund.




Arena De Valencia – Now Less Than Two Years Away

Arena de Valencia, one of the largest construction projects in recent history, is slowly rising from the ground thanks to a single man´s funding

What´s On

Sail Of The Century: Famous Magellan Ship Nao Victoria Docks At Marina De Valencia

A replica of the only ship that survived the first ever trip around the world, Nao Victoria, will be in Marina de Valencia until this Sunday so get your skates…

Platos De Cuchara, For The Fifth Time In Valencia

Thanks to this one-of-a-kind annual event, you will be able to sample some of the best Platos de Cuchara in the province of Valencia during April…



Top 10

Top Ten Most Expensive Properties In Valencia Province

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…

Top Ten Hikes In Valencia You Can Reach On Public Transport

To be able to hike around Valencia, you don’t need to own a car, says Dmitry Blatov, who has compiled a list of the top ten hikes in Valencia you can reach on public transport…



Hen’s Teeth – And The Building Licence In Valencia

It is harder than ever to obtain the building licence in Valencia. But, looking on the bright side, Spaniards have one of the world’s highest life expectancy rates, so it all balances out in the end…

The Long Read

Spain’s National Library Director In Bad Books Over Stolen Galileo Treatise

Stolen Galileo Treatise: Ana Santos asked to account for why it took four years to report theft of Sidereus Nuncius

The Inside Story Of Spain’s Coronavirus State Of Alarm

EL PAÍS chronicles the days running up to the spring lockdown and what came after in an era that some ministers describe as the worst of their lives