Ryanair launches new Valencia route

Ryanair launches new Valencia route

Ryanair has announced a new direct route to the Spanish city, Valencia, from Birmingham Airport.

The flight will run twice a week on Mondays and Saturdays, with prices starting at £20 for a one-way flight.

Ryanair is the latest airline to offer a direct route to Valencia, with flights already operating from Belfast, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester, East Midlands Airport, Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted.

This year is Valencia’s ‘Year of Sorolla’ which marks 100 years since the death of famed Valencian painter, Joaquin Sorolla. Highlights include an exhibition called ‘Sorolla, A New Dimension’ at La Base Alinghi in LA Marina, a digital art centre. There will be 360° projections exploring his life and work, as well as the historical, social and cultural context of his time.

Travellers can explore the Hortensia Herroro Art Centre, which is set to open in November. Located in the Valeriola Palace in the heart of Valencia’s Old Town, the art centre has been undergoing restoration.

For fresh produce and local gastronomy, the Central Market is the place to go. History buffs will also love Mercado de la Imprenta, a former printing press that opened earlier this year.

For more information on selling Valencia, agents are invited to a one-hour dedicated event next Friday, October 13 2023 in Edinburgh.

visitvalencia.com; ryanair.com

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