Five Great Places to Have Breakfast on a Monday Morning

1. Start your Monday off with a healthy and delicious brunch at Cafe ArtySanaa a welcoming eatery that doubles as a creative space for local artists. Choose from sandwiches, salads, fresh juices, smoothies and excellent homemade cakes, served from the open kitchen.
2. Enjoy breakfast in the sun at La Mas Bonitaa a pretty beachfront cafe with a hipster vibe located in Valencia, Spain. The cafe has a large interior and patio, as well as a terrace on the promenade and a chiringuito (beach bar) on the sand.
3. Indulge in a bargain breakfast or leisurely horchata at Mercado Colon, a chic and modern National Monument in the city center. Originally a fresh market, it’s now a trendy space filled with cute cafes, flower shops, and craft markets.
4. Savor a complete breakfast at Fornelino, the perfect spot for a grab-and-go meal or to sit down and enjoy your coffee. Start your day off right!
5. This Monday, head to La Gallineta for a short but quality menu of delicious breakfast options. The welcoming contemporary space is sure to start your day off on the right foot.
Five Romantic Restaurants Perfect for a Memorable Date Night
1. Nozomi Sushi Bar is a Japanese restaurant with a striking Zen-like ambience and decor. The modern Japanese cuisine, including an impressive choice of starters, is what makes this restaurant stand out. We recommend booking ahead for a romantic date night.
2. Pata Negra is an attractive and romantic place to eat, with offbeat items giving it the feel of a curiosity shop. It’s worth heading to this unusual spot for quality portions of pasta, rices or other creations that employ succulent sauces and ingredients with genuine flavour for a unique and memorable date night.
3. Apicius is a spacious, contemporary-style dining room that serves modern, seasonal cuisine. With a good choice of set menus and interesting themed days based on ingredients such as truffles and wild mushrooms, it’s the perfect spot for a romantic date night.
4. Saiti is an attractive restaurant impressively run by a chef who is a staunch believer in modern cooking with its roots in traditional Mediterranean cuisine. Several tasting menus, including a lunchtime “business” menu, are available. The restaurant has received positive reviews from several sources and is the perfect spot for a romantic date night.
5. Restaurante los 7 Percebes is a Mediterranean restaurant with a large wine and liquor selection, as well as a terrace. The food is excellent, with a variety of dishes to choose from. The prices are reasonable, and the service is friendly and attentive. This restaurant is a great place to relax with friends or family, or for a romantic date night.

Spend 3 day itinerary in Valencia


Day 1:


9:15am: MAYAN COFFEES Organic Specialty Coffee – Roasters – Direct Trade (Café)
11:30am: Beat Brew Bar – Organic Specialty Coffee (Shopping)

1:45pm: La Forcola is a must-visit Italian restaurant in Valencia. The staff is friendly, prices are reasonable, and the quality of food is top-notch. Their “Involtini di Bresaola con Ricotta” is a must-try, and their pizza is also fantastic. The modern decor and attentive wait staff make for a pleasant dining experience. Don’t miss out on this gem!
4:50pm: Experience the rich history of Valencia at Plaza de la Virgen. Once a Roman forum, this bustling square is now surrounded by charming cafes and impressive public buildings. Admire the central fountain’s reclining figure of Rio Turia and the eight maidens with their gushing pots, representing the main irrigation canals. Immerse yourself in the city’s past at this vibrant gathering place.

7:05pm: Colmado Lalola (Tapas)
9:20pm: Tulsa Cafè (Drinks)

12:15am: La Mas Bonita Ruzafa (Dessert Shop)

Day 2


9:15am: Federal Valencia is a modern coffee shop that serves a varied international menu all day. It is a popular place to meet friends for brunch. The Australian owners want to transport you back to their sleepy hometown, Federal, where they say there’s little more to do than dream the day away.
11:30am: Catedral de Valencia (Church) – Valencia’s Cathedral, Catedral de Santa Maria de Valencia, is a stunning example of Valencian Gothic architecture. Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, it boasts elements of Romanesque, Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassical art. Don’t miss the Holy Chalice chapel, claimed to be the cup from which Christ sipped during the Last Supper. Climb the 207 steps of the tower for panoramic views of the city. The Cathedral is a true insight into the history and culture of Valencia.

1:45pm: The Vurger is a vegan fast-food operation which was formerly housed in a food truck. Now they serve their selection of well priced and freshly-made burgers, juices and homemade desserts in their light, bright dining room, which often has a queue out of the door.
4:50pm: Parroquia de San Nicolás de Bari y San Pedro Mártir (Church)

7:05pm: San Tommaso is a charming Italian restaurant in the heart of Valencia’s old town. The festive decor and soothing Christmas music create a magical atmosphere. The food is exquisite, with delicious pasta dishes, amazing pizzas, and fresh salads. The staff is welcoming and accommodating, making you feel like family. They have both indoor and outdoor seating, and the prices are reasonable. The beautiful art hung throughout the restaurant is worth the price of admission alone. Don’t miss out on this wonderful experience!

Day 3:


9:15am: Dulce de Leche Boutique is a small cafe that specializes in Argentine snacks. The coffee is organic, the juices are delicious, and the service is high quality. The cafe is upscale but the prices are very reasonable. The cafe has a weekend brunch that is well priced and tasty.
11:30am: Parc Central de València (Park)

1:45pm: Asador San Telmo (Argentinian Restaurant)
4:50pm: Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas (History Museum) – Step into Valencia’s rich history at the National Museum of Ceramics, housed in a lavish 15th-century palace that was once home to aristocracy. Admire the incredible marble textures and pastel colors of the exterior before delving into the museum’s impressive collection of local and artisanal ceramics, textiles, furniture, and clothing. Don’t miss the baroque alabaster facade, adorned with carvings of fruits and vegetables, and the Valencian kitchen on the second floor. A must-visit for history and art enthusiasts alike.

7:05pm: Zumeria Naturalia (Smoothies & Juice) – Indulge in sinfully good drinks and crepes at this cozy smoothie and juice bar, conveniently located near Plaza de la Reina. Sip on large, natural juice cocktails with or without alcohol, and enjoy fresh-made crepes with a variety of sweet and savory fillings. The staff is friendly and the tropical-themed decor adds to the charm. Come for the drinks and food, stay for the ambiance.