One of my favorite things to do when I travel is visit local markets, especially food markets. On our second day in Valencia we took a short walk from our apartment to visit Mercado Central to buy some veggies and meat to make dinner. A nice break from constantly eating out, which is so easy to do in Spain!
The architecture is stunning.
You know you’re in Spain when you see Jamón hanging from the ceiling and other cured meat.
A Valencian favorite- Horchata and Fartons, sweet bread to dip in your Horchata! Horchata is a sweet drink made of sugar, tiger nuts and water!