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Gastronomic weeks in Valencia: not only rice and tapas

By |February 7th, 2018|

Jordi Morera presenta del 2 al 7 de febrero “Cuina de Bancal, Sana i Natural”, que es como decir cocina de las bancadas agrícolas de la marjal de Pego al plato de menú degustación”.

A day in the Valencian Huerta (Fertile Plain): Landscape, paella, organic products and living.

By |January 17th, 2018|

Entering a Valencian hut or a farmhouse in the fertile plain of Valencia (Huerta) is not as easy task as it seems even for the Valencians locals.

One of the inhabitants opens the doors of his farmhouse in the vegetable garden of Valencia, on the “Camino de Vera”, next to the Polytechnic University. Our friend Carmen […]

Saint Vicente Martyr, patron saint of Valencia

By |January 16th, 2018|

El 22 de enero se celebra San Vicente Mártir, patrón de la ciudad de Valencia y que tiene algunas características que lo hacen especial, como el ser mártir más antiguo de Hispania, 308 d.c.

Valencia: a Huge Central Market

By |January 12th, 2018|

Lights, colors, sounds and organic products from the Valencian “Huerta” (fertile plain)
 

A beautiful locale experience, while learning about the history of the old streets, with circle and trading squares, aplenty of aromas of fruit and silk textures from the Central Market and the Lonja (Silk Exchange). The number of people who come inside resembles the […]

Historic Tour of the silk in Valencia: Lonja-Casa del Arte Mayor on saturdays 11.00h-13.00h

By |January 8th, 2018|

Tour of the background of silk in the city from 1460 to 1880, in a panoramic drive from China to Valencia through a cultural route, brought by the Arabs and accomplished by the Italians and Valencians, with Monuments such as the House of the Greater Art of Silk , La Lonja and the City Hall.

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Words of love turned into garden: “Jardines de Polifilo” (Polyphile Gardens): Valencia

By |January 4th, 2018|

A garden dedicated to the ties of love between the two renaissance lovers “Poliphile” and “Polia” and the architecture of urban landscape of Valencia.

 

 The Dream of natural beauty of Polyphile

 

The Polyphili Hypnerotomachia or “The Fight for the dreams of Polifilo” is an Italian novel or “courtly love discourse”, written near Venice. The title, inspired by […]

Unique sightseeings in Valencia: The Patriarch, Arab Baths, Benlliure Museum, San Pío V

By |December 28th, 2017|

Como escribe David Gil en el Diario “Las Provincias” (16.08.2015) la historia nos ha legado soberbios monumentos, muchos de los cuales pasan desapercibidos a los ojos del turista [...]

The Silk and Valencia, a reencounter in the “New Commercial Route” China-Europe

By |December 1st, 2017|

En Itineris Valencia te llevamos a los rincones donde la seda se instaló y permitió a la ciudad alcanzar su máximo esplendor en el S.XV. Visitaremos La Lonja, el Mercado y el Colegio Mayor de la Seda.

Valencia under the arabic “Taifas” and Selomon Ibn Gabirol

By |November 9th, 2017|

La judería valenciana en el periodo musulman tendría una población pequeña y dedicada a la artesanía y el comercio, con algunos personajes dedicados al estudio de la Ley y [...].