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A small futuristic miracle, the unique Spanish town of the future is striking with an unlimited opportunity to amaze and expand consciousness.
A unique complex where amazing, newest cultural and scientific achievements and masterpieces are collected. A modern city with a unique architecture, perfectly fits into the panorama of the ancient city of Valencia. Whimsical paths, greenhouses, a cinema, a planetarium, tropical plants, an aquarium with exotic fish, in general, you can find everything in this incredible place...
Thousands of tourists come to wander through the vast expanses, to learn all sorts of aspects of science, culture, art and new technologies, to explor an amazing world created to discover new world and give bright impressions and unforgettable experience. To touch and operate all the exhibits here is not just possible, but vital.
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City of Arts and Sciences on the mapLocation: del Professor López Piñero avenue, 7
From 10:00 am to 06:00 pm. Sunday is a day off.
Phone: +34 902 10 00 31
More places to visit in Valencia
The Turia Gardens
The Gardens of the Tiria river is 110 hectares of beaty and tranquillity, exciting entertainments and cooling down lakes to unwind and get relaxed.4
Valencia seaport is one of the biggest in Spain. It is the place where not only vessels moor, but it is also a perfect place for people to stroll.4
Parque Natural de la Albufera
In the lagoon of the Parque Natural de la Albufera, about 350 species of birds, as well as freshwater from the Red Book, have been sheltered.7