Down the coast from Barcelona, Valencia is one of Spain’s most cosmopolitan cities. Home to the modern architecture of Cuidad de las Artes y las Ciencias, the city is equally contemporary in its food scene, and has put its own stamp on the brunch trend. Here are nine top spots to visit.
Horchateria Fabián is a delightful little café serving even more delightful pastries and artisan chocolate, along with a rich homemade horchata (hot chocolate), and sugary churros. A typically Spanish experience, you’ll be accompanied by plenty of local Valencian families enjoying the morning together.
Café de las Horas fuses the style of a Parisian coffeehouse with an English tearoom. The elegant café attracts a cosmopolitan crowd which flocks here regularly to enjoy brunch in an interior full of fresh flowers and candelabras, Come on Sundays when the café serves themed brunches.