This 4-bedroom shared apartment in Valencia has 4 rooms to rent. All rooms come with an independent key to secure you personal items as you leave the flat or go to sleep. The apartment covers an area of 90 m2, and has 1 bathroom, a kitchen, and a living area with a dining table and television.
Benicalap is a convenient place to live, with good public transport connections to take you around the city. The tram stops 2 minutes from the apartment and this line can take you to the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the beach. Beautiful Benicalap park is 10 minutes away.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Home to Ciutat Fallera, the place where magic is made
Benicalap is a quiet neighbourhood subdivided into 2 smaller areas, Benicalap and Ciutat Fallera.
In the curious workshops of Ciutat Fallera, artisans painstakingly create their ninot sculptures. It takes them all year. In March, at the Fallas festival, their creations will be spectacularly burnt.
In Benicalap, Valencian traditions hide in every corner.
Come find them.
What can I do here?
Go to Parque de Benicalap and cool off in the pool. It’s a fun place, whatever your age. You can get in for just €3.25.
Go explore Ciutat Fallera. It’s is a quiet place full of warehouses. Look for the workshops with an ‘artesano’ sign. Be polite, and the artists might let you in to watch them build their latest Fallas statue.
The statues are big – up to 5 metres tall. The subject matter, caricatures of the rich and famous. The humour is saucy. Think Messi and Ronaldo sharing a hug. Now multiply the awkwardness by ten. You’re getting there.
On Carrer de Vicent Cane, lives the Fallas museum. Come here to admire the rare works that escaped the flames.
Have fun picking your favourite bar. Culebras is a good choice. It’s a friendly place.
To get to the city centre, you can walk or hop on a tram.
Valencia FC are building their stadium here. It should be ready in 2019.
Can I afford it?
€ (budget friendly)
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