Medical Days - Valencia
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Valencia is one of the cities with the most prestigious hospitals in Spain, excellent private medical clinics and highly qualified specialists.


Valencia has one of the most benign climates in Europe, with mild winters, warm summers and with over 300 sunny days per year, excellent for recuperation processes after medical treatments.


Valencia is easily accesible from any other country of the world, by air, train or other ground transportation.


Valencia is situated in the Mediterranean, surrounded by hundreds of clean and warm water beaches. It is the starting point for discovering charming villages, the Costa Blanca or the mountains.


Valencia has an extensive cultural offer: museums, historic monuments, theaters, art galleries, amusement parks, open air zoo, biggest Europe’s aquarium, IMAX tridimensional cinemas, the City of Arts and Science, and much more.

Location and Time Zone

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Latitude: 39º 48’ North

Longitude: 0º 4’East

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Standard Time: UTC/GMT +1hour (same as in Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Berlin, Stockholm and Oslo)

The City

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  • Situated in the eastern part of Spain, Valencia faces the Mediterranean shores. Being the third largest and most populous city in the country, only behind Madrid and Barcelona, Valencia’s metropolitan area reaches a population of over 1,500,000 inhabitants. The city was founded by the Romans in 138 BC and is now the capital of the Valencian Community, and has become one of the most attractive city for tourism in Spain, both nationally and internationally.
  • The city combines one of the largest historic centers in Spain, including buildings that have been qualified by UNESCO as World Heritage Site with absolutely innovative spaces, as the entire City of Arts and Sciences or the area of the Royal Navy Juan Carlos I.
  • Among Valencia’s top attractions it’s worthy distinguished the Oceanogràfic (the largest aquarium in Europe), the spectacular Albufera, the Bioparc (a specialized zoo of African wildlife) or the Garden of the Turia, the largest urban garden in Spain.
  • In addition, Valencia is one of the principal and most attractive tourist destinations in Spain, due to its dynamism, good atmosphere and its wide range of cultural, gastronomic and leisure activities.

How to get there

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Valencia´s principal airport, named “Aeropuerto de Manises-Valencia” (VLC) is situated just 8 km away from the city center, which makes it the best and most accessible way to reach Valencia.

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Valencia  is one of the cities with better “high-speed-train” connections in Spain (AVE), allowing the city to be connected to important cities like Madrid in just 1,5 hours.