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Watch Back the Visit Valencia Webinar & Enter Competition

ITTN Webinars was back today (Friday 10 May) with an exclusive webinar where Miguel Angel Perez, Visit Valencia’s Vice Deputy Director, gave an informative and engaging presentation on all aspects of visiting Valencia. You can now learn all about the best areas to stay, museums and attractions to visit, as well as family-friendly attractions such as the interactive (and super fun!) Science Museum and the Oceanogràfic (aquarium) which are part of the collection of attractions that make up the City of Arts & Sciences, centrally located in the Turia river-bed gardens!

Miguel also informed agents of the invaluable Valencia Tourist Card, which grants free admission to municipal museums and monuments and special discounts on Valencia’s main tourist attractions, as well as free travel on urban and metropolitan buses, metro, tram and commuter trains. The card can be purchased in 24, 48 or 72 hour durations.

Make sure you watch the webinar in your own time and don’t forget to enter the competition to be in with a chance of winning a trip for 2 to Valencia!

This amazing prize includes:

  • 2 nights’ accommodation in Valencia
  • 2 trade passes for museums, attractions and tapas tasting.

Please Note:

  • Dates to be confirmed upon availability.
  • For travel until the end of 2024.
  • This competition is open to members of the Irish and Northern Irish travel trade only – please use your travel agency email address as personal emails will not be entered.
  • The competition runs until Friday 24 May 2024.

Good luck, everyone!

Carrie Day
Carrie Day
Carrie started her career in the travel industry in 2014 and has worked in various roles such as Travel Consultant in Canada & Ireland, Business Development Manager and later Industry Sales Manager EMEA at an international tour company. She is also a trustee for the ITAA Benevolent Fund since 2021 and proud member of the AWTE Ireland. Conversations around sustainable travel are welcomed and encouraged!

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