Based on the story “Gulliver’s Travels” by Jonathan Swift, this park represents the figure of the giant Gulliver lying on the ground and immobilized with ropes, asleep after reaching the coast of Liliput after his ship was shipwrecked. The whole giant is covered with slides, recesses and stairs, so that children can play in it, becoming the Lilliputians of the story. It’s an original attraction to enjoy with the youngest of the family.
- Parque Gulliver, Jardín del Turia, s/n, 46023 Valencia
- 8 mins walking
Bioparc Valencia is an animal park that has been designed to be an immersion zoo. The incorporation of the multispecies facilities makes it possible to contemplate in depth and from the same point, different spaces and enjoy a truly unique experience in the wild nature. This makes it possible to approach the animals, without visible barriers, as if they were in the original places of the species.
- Av. Pio Baroja, 3, 46015 Valencia
- Bus line 95
Museo de las ciencias
This is the great 21st-century science museum for getting to know in a didactic, interactive, and entertaining way everything to do with life, science, and technology. Its main objective is stimulating curiosity and critical thinking and at the same time surprising and amusing the public by its contents from the world of science, technology, and the environment. The ability to touch, play and experience the different exhibits makes it perfect for the little ones.
- € (8€)
- Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias, Av. del Professor López Piñero, 7, 46013 Valencia
- Bus lines 40, 19 y 94
The Botanic Garden of the University of Valencia is a lively museum located in the historical quarter of the city, a university space open to the public whose mission is to popularize the vegetable world by encouraging its study, teaching, dissemination and conservation, as well as the its sustainable use.
- € – 2,5€
- Carrer de Quart, 80, 46008 Valencia
- Bus line 92
Located on the center, a step away from the Town Hall Square, Sofartcafé is one of those places difficult to classify because you can eat a menu, go read a book, see an exhibition or a concert, have a drink In the middle of the afternoon or try a table of French cheeses. We like to say it’s perfect for kids because they had an area full of toys and story books where they can play all they want.
- Calle Musico Vicente Peydro 7, 46001 Valencia España
- Bus line 4
La Barraca de Toni Montoliu
Animals and outdoors. A binomial that always works with the little ones. La Barraca de Toni Montoliu, in Meliana, proposes an infallible plan to eat and spend a fun day with the family. It is advisable not to rush the lunch hour and arrive with some time for the kids to stop for a while to see the goats, chickens, donkeys and other animals that live there. Before or after lunch you can also take a ride in the carriage that takes you to learn something about how the traditional Valencian houses were.
- €€ – €€€
- Horta Nord, Meliana España
- Subway line 3. [Advisable to go with a car]
Sorsi e Morsi
Sorsi e Morsi is an Italian restaurant that has always thought about the little ones. Going a step further now has a monitor who is responsible for entertaining and caring for children while adults enjoy the food. Children will be happy playing with other children and doing activities such as crafts and games.
- Paseo de la Alameda, 44, 46023 Valencia
- 16 minutes walking or bus line 40
Sleep with sharks in Oceanográfico
Spend a night of adventures in the Oceanogràfic with the whole family! Sleep with sharks and live an original experience.
The largest aquarium in Europe behind closed doors and with different activities, including a gymkhana throughout the Oceanogràfic, where you will have to decipher the messages that are hidden throughout the tour. After the activity, they will recover their strength with dinner and then touch to sleep under the watchful eye of the sharks. And the next day, free visit to the Oceanogràfic.
- €€ (85/persona)
- Oceanografico, 46013 València
- Bus line 95
Mi Primer Spa Wellness
This pioneering center promotes early stimulation and family learning through its different services, among which the Baby Spa from 0 to 12 months stands out. They work on important aspects such as psychomotricity, flotation, spatial perception or infant massage. Perfect for pregnant women and mothers with children, aims to promote physical exercise from an early age with activities to do with babies.
- €€ – €€€
- Carrer de la Vall de la Ballestera, 49, 46015 Valencia
- Bus line 90
Family Tour Catches a Dragon
A familiar route through the historical center of Valencia is an ideal plan to do with children. The dragon Fiona, the most famous of València, has escaped and is hanging around its streets and monuments. Although it is not dangerous, the population is somewhat restless. Imagine the shock when you see a dragon walking around the city! On this route you have the mission to find Fiona and convince her to return to her lair. It is not known where it is, but there are clues that will take you to some of the corners with more history of Valencia. In addition, in all these places you will discover other dragons turned to stone and you will learn about the city and its past.
- It is necessary to make a reservation in advance
Hard Rock Café
The famous franchise that mixes fast food with rock music came to Valencia a short time ago but has already managed to position itself. With an aesthetic similar to the headquarters of other countries, it has the typical merchandising store of the brand as well as exhibitors with relics of famous singers and musicians. A perfect place for the whole family.
- €€ – €€€
- Avenida Del Marqués de Sotelo 6, 46002 Valencia España
- Bus line 4