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Where to live in Valencia

After Madrid and Barcelona, ​​Valencia is the third city in the Spanish geography, as far as population index is concerned. After all, this city has everything to offer; from the most privileged places of nature to urban monuments, beaches, etc.

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1.- Gran Vía, ​​Montolivet region and ​​El Botànic, to enjoy with family

For those families looking for serenity and access to many services close to home, these three neighbourhoods are located next to Turia Garden.

• Gran Vía is a neighbourhood in the district of L'Eixample, with buildings of a modernist style and the fusion between traditional shops and the most innovative brands. For lovers of fine dining, there is a large assortment of restaurants of all kinds.

• Motolivet is a residential area. It is located in the district of Quatre Carreres, right next to the architectural, cultural and entertainment complex of the City of Arts and Sciences (in this place you can find the Oceanographic, Hemisférico and Museum of Sciences) .

• El Botanic is a neighbourhood with excellent transport links. Located in the district of Extramurs, it is very well connected. Its name comes from the Botanical Garden, one of the most appreciated natural epithets of Valencia.

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2.- Campanar and Benimaclet, to enjoy walks in the neighbourhood

A little further away from the centre of Valencia, but with very good transport connection, are located the traditional towns of Campanar and Benimaclet are located. They have now been converted into districts.

In this area you can enjoy a private life and also the amenities offered by the big city, with flats and spacious homes.

Campanar is an old town full of culture and tourist interest. In addition, the neighbourhood has a lot of musical tradition.

Benimaclet is a student town known for its university atmosphere.

3.- Cabanyal and La Malva-rosa, an intense life by the sea

These are two of the most important marine districts of Valencia and have been a source of inspiration for painters, writers and artists in general.

The 1993 urbanism of El Cabanyal has been recognised as a cultural interest. Malva-rosa has been featured in several paintings by the painter, Sorolla.

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4.- El Carme and Russafa, the best atmosphere of the centre

The district of Carme owes its name to the church and the convent of the Carmen. In its narrow streets you can feel the Arabic atmosphere. On holidays and weekends, these neighbourhoods are filled with people. 

Russafa in the district of L'Eixample is the main place to visit for a drink in the evening. 

5 .- El Palmar, the famous El Saler and the area of ​​El Perellonet, all naturally charming

The natural park of the well-known Albufera offers all its charm to those who decide to live in these neighbourhoods.

• Saler is characterised by the size of its beaches, which are full of white sand.

• El Palmar was originally an island. Several bridges connect it with the access roads to Valencia.

• Perellonet has a humble origin that belonged to fishermen and farmers.

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