Princeton Travelers can customize your trip in many ways. Please let us know how we can best meet your requirements and interests.
Languages: Our staff is multilingual and can offer all services in a number of languages including French, German, Chinese, Russian as well as other languages.
Food: Meals can be adapted for dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, kosher and halal.
Sightseeing: Sites can be selected to accommodate families with young children, based on religious heritage interests or other special interests. See sightseeing page for more ideas.
Add-on activities: Oceanografic (largest aquarium in Europe), Bioparc (natural habitat zoo), Gulliver (giant play structure for kids), bike tour along the river, olive oil tasting at a mill near the village of Benasau, Michelin three star restaurant in coastal town of Denia, personal shopper experience at the best fashion and specialty shoe shops in Valencia.
Optional extensions: Walking tours of Spain such as the Camino de Santiago.
Events: We can organize your corporate retreats and academic gatherings.
Festivals: Valencia has many unique festivals during the year. Your program can be planned around any of the festivals, such as:
Fallas (March 15th-19th, annually)
Valencia city celebrates each year the final days of the winter and the arrival of spring with spectacular fires and pyrotechnics. Valencia becomes a carnival of bonfires, fiesta, fireworks and a healthy dose of satire known as Las Fallas. Displayed on every corner all over the city are colorful giant papier-mâché figures often 20 feet tall that are burned down on the last day. In 2016 Fallas was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Tomatina de Buñol (August 26, 2020)
Every year, on the last Wednesday of August more than 40,000 people, hungry for fun and fiesta, engage in tomato throwing in the Tomatina de Buñol, a friendly battle in which more than 110 tons of ripe tomatoes fly through the air.