This Avenue is located in the popular neighbourhood of En Corts and is only a 15 min walk away from Valencia’s central train station. The area borders what is quickly becoming one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Valencia, Russafa, thanks to the lively nightlife, excellent restaurants and multi-cultural atmosphere.
The area is home to the Valencia Bull Ring, one of the largest in Spain it was built in 1850 and styled after the Roman Colosseum. The Convent of Nuestra Señora de los Angeles may appear plain from the outside but inside it is anything but, the highlight being the impressive courtyard. Close to the Cathedral of Russafa is the bustling Russafa market filled to overflowing with fresh fruit and vegetables it is a great place to get a glimpse into the daily lives of the locals. Best of all the impressive architecture of Santiago Calatrava’s City of Arts and Sciences is on your door step.
Doctor Waksman is well connected with the rest of Valencia via the Valencia Bus service and the Metro station Joaquin Sorolla-Jesus is only a short walk away. The En Corts neighbourhood is full of restaurants and tapas bars catering to all tastes and styles.