My Favorite Valencia Travel Blogs In Spanish
Want to learn more about Valencia? Get in there by reading these Spanish Valencia travel blogs. From history, culture to food and events – here are my favorite 3 blogs in Spanish.
This is a Valencia travel blog that I enjoy the most. I especially appreciate its authors’ attention to detail and the informaiton accuracy.
This blog has tonnes of resources that will keep you busy for a long time. From the most beautiful Valencian villages and hiking itineraries to the current events and food, the information provided on each topic is well researched and substantial.
There is one section on the blog that is quite unique – “Valencianos por el mundo”. It’s a compilation of posts on Valencians who live and work abroad promoting the Valencian culture. For example chefs, or the famous painter Sorolla who lived at the beginning of the 20th century.
This is a spanking new Valencia travel blog. The “lady tourist”- Natalia – is a local, expert in history and is head over heels with the rural Valencia. On her travel blog you will find information on day trips from Valencia, scenic views and rustic landscapes.
Her post on Bocairent made me re-live the adventure, when I climbed the Moorish caves in that location. The caves are located high above the ground level to protect them from invaders, as they were holding the grain supplies in the Medieval times.
Also, Natalia’s Instagram gallery shows interesting angles on towns and sites in the Valencian Community.
Vicent – the blog author, who also happens to be a reporter, writes in both Spanish and Valencian. His focal topic is the Valencian culture: local customs, traditions, proverbs and sayings, supersticions etc.
Vicent appeals to the Valencian pride, but does it with a sense of humor. His articles are informative, smart and entertaining.
Reading a Valencia travel blog in Spanish is a great way to get to delve deeper into the local traditions and modern living. If you enjoy learning about a new culture, why not do it through food? Join me on my unique food tours in Valencia filled with delicious food, wine and history!
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