Route from Valencia to Barcelona

The Mediterranean summer has different important destinations in the Spanish peninsula, all located between Valencia and Barcelona: the eastern Spanish coast is an ideal place for a trip with a group of friends and a trip as a couple any time of the summer, as there are good connections with other parts of the country, distances are short and prices affordable.

Hotel en Valencia Confortel

If you start the route from Valencia, you should reserve 2 or 3 days to visit the area, because both the city and its surroundings feature important tourist attractions which should be included in your roadmap: an afternoon in Turia Gardens, the City of Arts and Sciences, a morning bath in the beach or a tasty paella. The best option in these cases is to book a room in a hotel in the centre of Valencia with free wifi for you to organise the rest of your trip.

The best choice from here is to surround the coast to the north, where the beaches melt into Mediterranean waters and the atmosphere is more authentic and relaxing. To stop in a village on your way to the north will allow you to discover the most typical traditions of the eastern coast and, in summer, you will probably find a typical festivity in which you can participate: Castellon de la Plana, Peñiscola, Tortosa, Cambrils…

Hotel en Barcelona Sagrada FamiliaWhen you arrive to Barcelona, you can opt for leaving the coastal areas and spending some days enjoying this lively city which does not rest even in summer. A hotel in the centre of Barcelona is a perfect option if you want to discover the heart of the city without the necessity of renting a car.

Besides, being the cradle of modernism and vanguardism, Barcelona features unique hotels in different locations which always have something special to offer: a hotel in the gothic neighbourhood in Barcelona, a hotel close to Sagrada Familia or a hotel close to the Olympic Stadium. Each of these areas is a unique Barcelona.

Hotel Confortel Bel Art Barcelona

The crowning touch comes from Barcelona airport, one of the most important terminals in Spain with connections to all Europe. You have different options close to El Prat airport to return your rented car, although you can also leave it at the entrance of Barcelona and spend the rest of your holidays travelling on public transport, which also connects Plaza Catalunya with the terminal.

The crowning touch comes from Barcelona airport, one of the most important terminals in Spain with connections to all Europe. You have different options close to El Prat airport to return your rented car, although you can also leave it at the entrance of Barcelona and spend the rest of your holidays travelling on public transport, which also connects Plaza Catalunya with the terminal. 

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