As a result of a high demand not always we have short term rent apartments available for the time needed. In those cases we advise our clients to search on Airbnb. Airbnb was established in August 2008 in San Francisco, California. It is one of the largest online networks for accommodating tourists in their desired destinations. It has more than 60,000,000 guests and access to more than 1,400 castles in 34,000 cities in 191 countries. Most of its listings lie within Europe, and Airbnb Valencia is very often used by travellers.
The attractive city of Valencia is the third largest city in Spain. It is on the south side of Barcelona, lying on the Mediterranean coast. A number of Spain’s cities have gone through major transformations, but none of them can be compared to Valencia’s. Back in the 90s, there was not even a single motorway that connected it to other cities. After the construction of the City of Arts and Sciences (an entertainment, cultural and architectural complex), Valencia is going upwards in the list of tourist destinations in Europe.
Airbnb Valencia provides its tourists with an unlimited range of options of apartments in multiple areas of the city. Tourists can choose any place they like according to their budget, number of guests and which area they would prefer to stay in. There are many attractions and interesting locations that Valencia has to offer, but the ones I have selected for this article include Benimaclet, El Cabanyal, El Carmen, Port Saplaya and Russafa.
Benimaclet was formerly a village but now is a part of Valencia. If a visitor really wants to be enlightened with different cultures and blend in, it would be a good idea to choose an apartment in this place as locals, immigrants and students reside here. Upon visiting Airbnb Valencia, a number of different apartment choices are presented.
One excellent offer that can be selected is for an apartment owned by Silvia at €40 per night. It is located between the beach and the centre of Valencia. It is very well connected by bus and metro. If you are looking for a comfortable, breezy apartment, this could be the one to go for. It has a beautiful and spacious balcony which is ideal to watch the sun set and rise over the entire Benimaclet. It has two bedrooms and extra benefits include kitchen, Wi-Fi, and toiletries and pets are allowed too. There have been fair reviews of Silvia’s services. One of her guests spokes about how she is a wonderful host and her apartment is spacious and tidy. He also mentioned that it was very convenient to gain access to public transportation.
El Cabanyal is a part of the sea village at Valencia. It is near the city’s main beach, La Malvarrosa. This neighbourhood is an ideal one for students as the University of Valencia is located close by, but more importantly for the sake of this article, travelers who want to enjoy the beach. Again, Airbnb Valencia provides a number of apartment options.
One of the possibilities that can be selected is a five minutes’ walking distance from the metro station and ten minutes from El Cabanyal’s beautiful beach. It offers accommodation for three people with three bedrooms and one bathroom for €39 per night. It is well furnished and is in a prime location as there are supermarkets and restaurants nearby too. Extra benefits include kitchen, Wi-Fi, television, toiletries, laptop friendly working zone, and a heating system. The owner has received excellent reviews about his efficiency and how he provided the guest with two sets of keys, a map and extra information regarding El Cabanyal.
El Carmen is known for its antique style narrow streets, short buildings, and lots of colour. For tourists who enjoy nightlife and parties, this neighbourhood is ideal for them as there are many clubs. Airbnb Valencia has a lot of places to offer to visitors when El Carmen was typed in the search tool.
Avelina’s apartment can accommodate three people with two bedrooms and two bathrooms at €80 per night. The building is of the 19th century but fully redesigned in 2006. The terrace opens up to a beautiful landscape of the antique buildings. The apartment offers the facilities of kitchen, Wi-Fi, television, air conditioning, heating, toiletries, washer and a buzzer/intercom system. Avelina has been an excellent host in the past as her guests have given her kind comments. A guest even mentions that the apartment is the most beautiful one in El Carmen.
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Port Saplaya is known as Valencia’s little Venice. A part of Port Saplaya has been recreated by a redundant sea port. It is truly serene and the apartments in the vicinity have their own balconies from which people can enjoy the view and breeze. Airbnb Valencia mentions a number of places that can be rented by tourists easily in this area. Chloe’s apartment can accommodate four people with one bedroom and one common space along with one bathroom and two beds at €75 per night. The apartment is a peaceful one, renovated in 2014, and is located near the sea. It has a big bedroom and dressing room, a well-functioning kitchen and a terrace. The apartment is well equipped with the kitchen, Wi-Fi, television, air conditioning, heating, toiletries, washer and a buzzer/intercom system. Chloe has received good reviews regarding her apartment. Guests mention that she made their stay at Port Saplaya truly very memorable.
Russafa is famous for its light shows in fallas, diversity, and trendy clubs. This neighbourhood is known for its Chinese, Middle Eastern and even American food. Airbnb Valencia has covered Russafa very well and listed a number of options that can be selected. Diego’s apartment is ideal to accommodate two people with two bedrooms and one bathroom at €34 per night. It overlooks a beautiful street in Russafa and is close to restaurants. It offers a kitchen, Wi-Fi, television, air conditioning, heating, toiletries, washer and a buzzer/intercom system. Diego’s guests have been satisfied with his services. They called his apartment spacious, comfortable and one of the best in Russafa.