Valencia, a mandatory stop in Spanish gastronomy

This article was published on 28/08/2016 at 20:00

The Spanish gastronomy is one of the most well-known and appreciated cuisines in the world and it is a clue factor for all the visitors when it is time to choose a destination.

Dishes as the ‘tortilla de patatas’ and the ‘gazpacho’ do not disappoint people who taste them, but the star of this cuisine and the most famous one is, without any doubt, the ‘paella’.

Valencia is a must-see city for the foodies who want to taste the best paella and many other interesting traditional dishes. Valencia’s geographic location and its climatological conditions offer a high-quality raw materials to this territory. For example, one of the most famous ones is the rice, base of many typical Valencian recipes such as the ‘paella’, the black rice, rice ‘a banda’, etc. Other fantastic dishes made of high quality ingredients are the stews ‘all i pebre’- typical of the Albufera- or the fish ‘Suquet’.

From Julia Travel we do not want to make you miss the chance to know the luscious Valencian cuisine, as much its taste as its diversity. This is why we recommend the Valencia Gourmet Tour, which consists of a tasting of the best tapas of Valencia in a gastronomic itinerary through its most distinguished streets and markets: the Central Market and the Mossen Sorell Market.