I had another weekend trip in July.  This time, I stayed in Spain, but headed to a city that I had never visited before: Valencia.  Valencia is located on the east coast of Spain, just 3 hours east of Madrid by train.  Eight of us IE friends rented a really nice 4-bedroom apartment (which ends up being a very CHEAP option – even cheaper than a hostel!) in the center of the city.  Valencia is famous for its beach, its architecture, its food, its cathedrals, and its aquarium and science museum.  We managed to experience all in one weekend! – that’s what happens when you travel with a McKinsey consultant who plans the whole trip 🙂

Since I’m short on time, I’m just going to leave you with some photos of the highlights.

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2 Responses to Valencia

  1. Elias says:

    Paella valenciana, I assume? Looks delicious!

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