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Whilst the prospect of wandering around a food market is not everyone's first choice of what to do whilst on holiday, the historic Central Market of Valencia is quite unique and well worth a visit..
The market itself is divided into sections, depending on the type of food available such as fish, a meat section, a fruit section and so on.
Valencia has a mix of old and new buildings, giving it a real special feel of its own.
However, when the Muslim rulers took over Spain, it was placed into hiding for centuries and only returned to the city in 1427 by the gloriously named King ‘Alfonso the Magnanimous’.One of the cities' more controversial claims to fame is that it has what is supposed to be the Holy Grail, the actual cup that Jesus drank from at the last supper, although that claim is also upheld by several other places around the world.The cathedral is a lovely old place and well worth visiting.You can enjoy drinks in the square and then head back through the winding streets surrounding the for real quality lunch or tapas, and within a few minutes you will find somewhere completely random and probably cheaper too.Eat where the Spanish eat, that's best, although in this area you have to be really ‘in the know’ to find a good Valencian paella if you fancy sampling the famous local dish at some point.