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8 mythical bars in Valencia

The custom of "tapas" has become one of the great signs of identity anywhere in the Spanish geography. In addition to eating it between meals, it is also normal for people to go to these interesting tapas bars for dinner.

In Valencia there are some traditional and well-known bars, which are an excellent option for tapas.

Bar Ricardo (16, / Dr Zamenhof St.)

Fruit of a great evolution, since 1947 this has been an indispensable place for tapas. It is necessary to highlight its fresh fish and patatas bravas. The Russian salad is also very much appreciated by the visitors.

Bodega La Peseta (16, / Cristo del Grao St.)

It is not just the menu in the Bodega La Peseta that offers a wide variety of tapas and sandwiches, but there is also live music on the weekends.

Founded in 1906, this bar offers a very original decor.

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Cervecería Maipi (1, / Maestro José Serrano St.)

Since 1983, this place has been managed by Pilar and Gabi and is very popular in Valencia. It is necessary to highlight the freshness of the products that they use, which gives Maipi a degree of differentiation.

This brewery is considered one of the best in the capital of Valencia. Aside from its lively atmosphere and tapas, we must highlight fresh shrimp and ajoarriero as well as a rich tapas with seafood and fish of the day, seasonal vegetables and the best rice and traditional stews.

Bar Rausell (61, / Àngel Guimerà St.)

Bar Rausell is associated with the history of Valencia. In the heart of the city, this place is known for its specialty in seafood, meat dishes and a variety of traditional Valencian cuisine.

Tasca Ángel (1, Purisima St.)

Tasca Ángel was opened in 1947 and is located very close to the Central Market.

The ingredients that have made this establishment such a huge success are simple: grilled meat, garlic sauce, parsley and olive oil, and the passion for serving the visitor.

On its tapas menu, you should try the snail stew, the anchovy montaditos, the cuttlefish, the corns and the ajoarriero.

Aquarium (57, Gran Vía del Marqués del Túria)

This traditional bar has become an institution throughout its almost 60 years of history. On its tapas menu, you can find squid, cod, fried fish, tomato dumplings and a good assortment of sandwiches.

The affordable price of these delicacies is not inconsistent with their quality.

Kiosko La Pérgola (1, Paseo de la Alameda)

In La Pérgola you can have the best sandwiches in town. In addition, along with the gastronomic delight, you can enjoy the privileged environment, as is the case of Paseo de la Alameda.

The specialty sandwich is called, "bonbon", with mushrooms, loin, cheese and a special sauce.

La Pilareta (13 / Moro Zeid St.)

La Pilareta is one of the oldest bars in Valencia and has been open since 1917. The star dish that you can enjoy there is called, "clóchinas" of Valencia (mussels).

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