Cruise Port Atlas | Valencia, Spain Shopping | Stores

Valencia, Spain Shops | What to Buy

Recommended Purchases: As one of the larger cities in Spain, you can expect to find your typical designer fashion shops here and generally they have lower prices than the cities of Spain's more prosperous neighbors. The most famous product from Valencia is Lladro porcelain figurines and you can get a tour of the factory and museum in Tavernes Blanques. The copyrighted image at right (En Sus Pensamientos) shows the delicate and fine artistic achievements of the Lladro craft.

For less delicate ceramics, the suburb of Manises is the center of the local industry and has its own museum showing the history of the local craft. In the city center, the district of El Carmen has a wide variety of small shops offering antiques, jewelry, local crafts and books on narrow alleys and winding streets. My personal favorite is always the market and Valencia has an excellent Central Market right near the Cathedral with a wide variety of local produce (including live eels!) and some nice restaurants.

This page is still under construction. We are working with local experts to select the finest businesses to recommend.

Cruise lines that visit Valencia: Star Clippers, Windstar, Azamara Club Cruises, Crystal, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea, Celebrity, Cunard, Holland America, Princess, Costa, MSC Cruises, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Viking River Cruises

Key Attractions: Valencia Cathedral, Lonja Silk Exchange, Central Market, Lladro, Quart and Serranos Towers, Fallas, Manises, Palace of the Arts, L'Oceanigrafic, L'Hemisferic, Museum of Science and Discovery, Dolphinarium, Pinedo Beach, El Saler Beach, Puig Beach, Malvarrosa Beach, Albufera Park, Serra Calderona Natural Park, Roman Theater, Sagunto Castle, Jewish Quarter

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