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The enjoyable climate is inviting for going out at night, starting by the best specialties of the local cuisine. After that, it’s time to have a drink by the Marina or to discover the oldest part of town.

In order to have enough strength for the night movida, the best is to start with the local gastronomical specialties, as the paella, tapas or the fish suquet, typically Valencia dishes. For desert you can choose between rosetones, arrop i tallaetes, arnadi or the famous turrón, made of sugar and almonds. The Alfàbega (www.restaurantealfabega.com), the Apicius (www.restaurante-apicius.com) and the Bodega Casa Montaña (www.emilianobodega.com) are just a few of the options from a vast list of restaurants. After dinner, it’s time to go discover Valencia’s nightlife. El Carmen neighborhood, in the oldest part of town, is the most popular area; for a while it was considered alternative, but, nowadays, it is highly eclectic and presents a chance of fun for every taste. Ruzafa, one of Valencia’s more in areas, is one of the more recent amusement places and also one of the most multicultural ones. From jazz to rock, there is a rhythm and a bar for almost every taste. The Avenida de Aragon and the Plaza del Cedro are mostly visited by students, while the Martina Juan Carlos I, fancier, and has a great offer of restaurants and bars by the sea, being highly visited especially during the first hours of the night. Plaza de Canovas, Plaza de Honduras, Plaza Xúquer and Juan Llorens complete the nightlife guide.

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