Although December is one of the coldest months of the year in Spain, there are areas throughout the country that have been blessed with warm weather all year round, and even during the winter they enjoy wonderful evenings in which to enjoy a hot coffee on a terrace in good company.
Valencia is one of these fortunate destinations. Together with the Balearic Islands, Valencia has a high number of sun/light hours. If you’re looking for a fairly warm destination to enjoy a few days of relaxation, there is nothing better than to choose one of Petit Palace’s hotels in Valencia.
As well as the many places of interest in the city, such as the City of Arts and Sciences, the Lonja de la Seda or the impressive Market of Colon, Valencia is a land of flavours that one must try. Chocolate Fartons, horchata (almond milk drink) or its delicious coffees are some of the attractions of the cafes in the Old Quarter of the city. Where can you start or which ones can you not miss during your holidays? Today we bring you our selection of Valencia’s top 3 cafeterias.
- Café de las Horas: Known for its amazing nightlife ambience, Café de las Horas is a different and unique place. A place with an exquisite decoration, made to resemble the Paris’s cafes. You can also enjoy live music and the best sweet wines.
- Café Infanta: another great establishment where to enjoy a good cup of coffee. Located in the legendary neighbourhood of El Carmen, Café Infanta is decorated as a tribute to the world of cinema. In any of its tables, tasting an Ethiopian coffee is being under the watchful eye of Marilyn Monroe or Lauren Bacall. All embroiled in a luxurious atmosphere that will trap you to your seat.
- Cappuccino Grand Cafe: The Majorcan franchise Cappuccino is located in the Plaza de la Reina (Queens Square), one of the most elegant and avant-garde. With exquisite staff and an establishment decorated with paintings by Californian artist Maria Trimbell, the Cappuccino Grand Café is ideal for those who want to feel the luxury at affordable prices.