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The City of Arts and Sciences

Everyone has seen Baroque, Rennaisance, Gothic...It got boring. How many people can come back from their holiday and boast about the 22nd century architecture they enjoyed on their trip?

No pictures will do it justice. This is one of those things you have to see no matter how much you hate the crowds and tourist traps, like the Sagrada Familia of Barcelona or Machu Picchu of Peru. Only this time you are transported into the future, not into the past.

The City of Arts and Sciences is a huge futuristic educational complex designed for Valencia by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrva, as a present to his home city. Calatrava's vision is that of the space age, inspired by animal skeletons.

You can enjoy it for free, unless you want to go inside and explore what it has to offer - the City is much more than the pretty face, offereing amazing entertainment and education on an unprecendeted in Europe level.

The City of Arts and Sciences is composed of 5 elements (below), all bound together in a luxurious lanscape of clear water spaces and greenery. It is truly a city withing a city - you will find yourself far, far away from Valencia, on some distant planet in a distant time.

Some parts around it are still work in progress - the 6th and final construction has only just commenced and thats why the park around the Oceanographic has to wait to be completed. Although this makes a few corners unsightly, generally it doesn't make a big impact on the stunning experience you will receive.



Travel to Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, the capital of one of the country’s autonomous regions, located 250 km from Barcelona: the old town, quays and fortified towers, the Generalitat, the cathedral, the exchange, the market, the City of Arts and Sciences, built by the architect Santiago de Calatrava.
A panoramic tour to Madrid visiting main attractions of the city with stops for taking photos: The streets Alcala and Gran Via , Paso del Prado, Paseo de Recoletos, Paseo de la Castellana, The Gate of Europe, Santiago de Bernabeu stadium, the Columbus monument, Plaza de España, Plaza de Oriente, Puerta del Sol, Debot temple, Corrida House, Retiro park, Atocha station, The Royal Basilica of San Francisco Grande, the opera house, and the Royal Palace.