The countless available activities show that Valencia is back in Mode On! Valencians love parties and events so much so that the city hosts events of all kinds (What to do..) throughout the year. From the most traditional festivities such as Christmas, Carnival, Fallas, the Maritime Holy Week, Corpus Christi and the festivities of San Vicente Ferrer, San Vicente Martir, San Antonio Abad, and la Mare de Deu, La Cruz de Mayo, the Feria de July or the Valencian Community Day. To large international sporting events such as the Moto GP, the Valencia Trinidad Alfonso Marathon, the Boat Show, and urban festivals, such as Cabañal Intim, La Cabina or Valéncia Intramurs. Besides these, there is also the wide range of conferences and trade fairs.
Valencia is the Spanish city with the most musical societies. Therefore the number of cultural centres and rooms where you can enjoy live music come as no surprise. From classical reference points such as the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, the Palau de la Música, or Berklee College, to festivals and intimate live music venues playing rock, jazz, flamenco, electronic or indie music.
Valencia is also nature, boasting around 5 km of picturesque and comfortable urban beaches. Furthermore it is surrounded by the Mediterranean Orchard – recognized by the UN as a world agricultural heritage site, which is unique and highly appreciated for its cultural, gastronomic and landscape value. In addition, it also includes, as the jewel in the crown, the Albufera Natural Park.
The Covid-19 pandemic has temporarily slowed but not stopped the vibrant local life, generating reflection and awareness. With the goal of converting the city into an international reference as a Sustainable Destination, Valencia has incorporated 17 of the most relevant sustainable developments, as defined by the 2030 Climate Emergency Agenda.
In Barracart Apartments we provide a cultural calendar to all our guests, as well as any assistance needed so that our visitors fully enjoy this great city.