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Valencia, Spain Cuisine | Where to Eat

Popular Local Cuisine: Rice is the basis for many typically Valencian dishes. Paella, made with saffron rice, green vegetables, beans and featuring chicken, duck, rabbit or seafood is a Valencian invention, so this is the one meal everyone ought to have in the city. Places to eat include the area around the Central Market, Malvarrosa and El Saler. Other specialties include black rice (cooked with squid ink) and eel cooked in a variety of ways. Coques de Mullador, a small savory pizza topped with ratatouille, is a popular street food. Gazpacho, cold raw vegetable soup, is essentially a blended salad and is very refreshing on hot summer days. Bunyols are a doughnut-like pastry made with pumpkin.

The local cava (sparkling wine) and Muscat are well-regarded.

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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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Photo of Paella on a wood fire by Jan Harenburg