Spain – Discover the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia

The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is an architectural complex of exceptional beauty that has thus been formed to harmonise the continent with the content. It is a city in which the light of the Mediterranean sea is present in a striking manner. It´s a unique complex devoted to scientific and cultural dissemination which is made up of five main elements:

The Hemisfèric, a remarkable and spectacular building with an ovoid roof over 100 metres that represents a huge human eye, the eye of wisdom; it is surrounded by water ponds that reflect its grandeur and serve as a stage for shows, in addition to having ample areas for different events

The Museu de les Ciències, Its main objective is stimulating curiosity and critical thinking and at the same time surprising and amusing the public by its contents from the world of science, technology, and the environment.

The Oceanogràfic is the largest aquarium in Europe and contains représentatives of the world’s main marine ecosystems. The Underwater Restaurant and the Access Building which welcomes visitors stand out because of their spectacular roofs

The arts Palace, the majestic building surrounded by a green landscape área of 87.000m has 4 main Halls; it also includes spaces for teaching activities and other cultural events and it´s equipped with the most modern technologies to constitute an avant-garde and modern space for events.

The Agora, is a versatile space that will allow holding a variety of events. A multi-functional setting for the staging of congresses, conventions, and performances; It is a metallic structure of about 88 x 66m conceived as a covered, open plan public plaza
at the level of the ponds and adjacent walkways. The building is surrounded by two lakes that complement the space indoors

The Umbracle, is a great walk that overlooks the whole complex and allows to carry out any kind of outdoor event and complementary set ups

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