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* Additionally there is typical Spanish nigh-life feeling on the '''Plaza del Cedro''' itself. Different kind of people enjoying the mild Mediterranean clime to sit outside talking, drinking and playing guitar often until the sunrise.  
 
* Additionally there is typical Spanish nigh-life feeling on the '''Plaza del Cedro''' itself. Different kind of people enjoying the mild Mediterranean clime to sit outside talking, drinking and playing guitar often until the sunrise.  
  
Other centres of are night-life are Cánovas (more up scale), Juan Llorens (young also, less "alternative"), around the university (students), and increasingly in the area near the beach and port.
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Other centres of are night-life are Cánovas (more up scale), Juan Llorens (young also, less "alternative"), around the university (students), and increasingly in the area near the beach and port.  
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If you prefer to discover Valencia through its wine and food culture, then you should go for [https://wineberia.com Wineberia ] experience. They have native guides that lead small groups into a walking tour to learn about the city history with stops on traditional food spots to learn and taste the local gastronomy and wine. For more details see the list of [https://wineberia.com/tour-destination/valencia/ Valencia experiences] (in English).
  
 
Wine lovers may want to explore the wineries of the Valencia wine region [http://www.intowine.com/spains-valencia-wine-region-wine-export-capital-espana], including Bodega El Angosto, Bodegas Los Frailes, and Bodegas Murviedro.
 
Wine lovers may want to explore the wineries of the Valencia wine region [http://www.intowine.com/spains-valencia-wine-region-wine-export-capital-espana], including Bodega El Angosto, Bodegas Los Frailes, and Bodegas Murviedro.

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