The beautiful city of Valencia lies in the east coast of Spain. According to the National Institute of Statistics, its population is around 1,570,000 of inhabitants and it is rapidly growing. The city stands on the banks of the Turia River and it is among the top tourist points of interests in Spain. It is full of relics and filled with the spirit of history that is so attractive for visitors. As Valencia is situated near the seashore, thousands of people choose it for beach vacations and it consequently affects the development of local business and economy sector. It is also one of Spain major leaders in terms of import-export relations and quality of life of its citizens.
Valencia is a magnet for millions of tourists and it is considered the third most visited city in Spain. Such historical landmarks as Jardín del Turia, Saint Mary's Cathedral, Monasterio of San Miguel de Los Reyes and Silk Exchange, which belongs to UNESCO World Heritage Site, are located here. The most visited and popular place of the city is the City of Arts and Science – architectural complex of five buildings, where one can find huge IMAX cinema, Prince Philip Science Museum, art gallery L'Umbracle, the biggest oceanographic park in EU L'Oceanogràfic, and Queen Sophia Art Palace, which is the third largest opera house in the world.
Comfortable transport infrastructure was designed in order to link different parts of the city, as well as to assure Valencia connection to other cities in Spain. Manises Airport is located in 8 km from Valencia downtown and it has flights to different countries around the world. In addition, the largest port in the Mediterranean western coast, dealing with 20% of the country's total export is located within the city. Valencia mostly performs exports of food products, oranges, woodware, ceramic tiles, ventilators, textiles, and iron products
The historical heart of Valencia is the district Ciutat Vella that is always filled with tourists and there are numerous hotels and restaurant. This district is easy to access from any part of Valencia considering the number of bus stops and metro stations. It is also Valencia main banking and financing area as it is a home for numerous banking institutions. Another district - Eixample is well-known for its vibrant nightlife and number of entertainments within the area and it is the most modern district of the city. However, the most developed and business-oriented district remains the City of Arts and Science, having a broad variety of modern and spacious properties that will meet the needs of most demanding investors.
Being among the leading cities in Spain, Valencia attracts potential investors and businesses with its broad property lease market. In addition to historical buildings offering their office space for rent, there are also many modern business centers and skyscrapers such as Aqua Multiespacio, Residential Torres de Levante, and Edificio Arcade. According to the research of the World Bank, Valencia is among the top five cities in Spain for business development.