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We've opened a new Maria Mandiles!!! ...Just next to the Palacio de la Generalitat in the heart of Valencia, we've opened a new space with a new decoration, new menu, new terrace and new Maria Mandiles...It's going to leave you with your mouth open!!...2 restaurants, 2 terraces, the same charm & delight & philosophy and the same way of working...We're waiting for you!

Mediterranea de hamburguesas sl C/ Sueca, 45 Zona Ruzafa (46006) Valencia Tel: 96 3 21 05 31 Open from Monday to Sunday 7pm to 1.30am Mediterranea de hamburguesas sl C/ San Fernando, 22 (near Mercado Central) Zona Centro (46001) Tel: 96 3 21 70 03 Open from Monday to Sunday 12pm to 1a.m. Email: Facebook MediterraneadeHamburguesas Our burgers are cooked in the moment, so you can enjoy the fresh flavour. We are not a slow burger bar but we are not fast food either. We have a menu with 15 burgers as well as sandwiches, salads and starters. All with most original and tasty recipes that make our burger the best in the city. If you have coeliac disease, we have many gluten-free options for you. We are now based in the centre of Valencia and also in the heart of Ruzafa.


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Lotelito C/ Barcas, 13 Valencia Zona Plaza Ayuntamiento Tel: 96 206 78 52. Movil: (+34) 656 265 229 Reservations:

LOTELITO Fantastic! A new concept in local gastronomy has opened its doors in the centre of Valencia. Lotelito, on C/Barcas 13, is just a stone’s throw from Plaza Ayuntamiento. Their original cuisine is market produce, specializing in lovingly prepared tapas, fusing regional products with a vanguard presentation. Their cultural programme ranges from live music to comedy to art exhibitions. The architect responsible is Jorge Rodriguez & the interior is by Lab-matic. There is a chill out zone to lounge around in & the excellent terrace has space for more than 50 people, making it a favourite spot for meeting up. Lotelito is chic & has already been chosen a number of times for official launching parties from the fashion & design world. You can enjoy breakfast early in the morning, almuerzo around midday, lunch or dinner a la carta or menu as well as enjoy a wide range of spirits & cocktails. Tapas and platos to share are Lotelito’s speciality, which are notable for their tastiness and loving presentation. Bread & desserts are homemade & freshly produced daily. The head of the kitchen is Miguel Angel Mas who has had ample experience with a number of Michelin Star restaurants as well as having run his own restaurant for the last 7 years, which are both great signs of somebody who both knows all about cuisine and cares about it too. Enjoy Lotelito morning, noon and night! C/ Barcas, 13 Valencia Zona Plaza Ayuntamiento Tel: 96 206 78 52. Movil: (+34) 656 265 229

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La Cabina - Festival Internacional de Mediometrajes de Valencia cumple su sexta edición y se consolida como el único festival internacional en el mundo que apoya, defiende y promociona tanto al mediometraje, películas cuya duración oscila entre los 30 y 60 minutos, como a sus creadores.

The International Medium – Length Film Festival La Cabina turns six years old in 2013 and has established the event as the only international festival in the world that supports, endorses and promotes medium – length films, films that last between 30 to 60 minutes, and their creators.

Del 8 al 17 de noviembre, el público disfrutará de una programación coherente con los valores del festival: originalidad, exclusividad, calidad cinematográfica e internacionalidad. Además de la proyección de los 22 mediometrajes que compiten en la Sección Oficial, se programan actividades paralelas como la proyección al aire libre de un mediometraje mudo con música en directo o La Cabina Inedits, sección en la que se proyectarán mediometrajes de directores consagrados (Woody Allen, Coppola, Scorsese, etc.). Sin olvidarnos de los directores de los mediometrajes de la Sección Oficial, provenientes de países como Holanda, Finlandia, Francia o España, que asistirán a la presentación de sus obras y participarán en un foro directo con los espectadores.

From 8 – 17 November, the audience will enjoy a programme that is consistent with the festival’s values: originality, exclusivity, film quality and an international nature. La Cabina offers a screening agenda of all medium – length films that participate in the Official Section. In addition to these screenings, several side activities are programmed: Outdoor screenings of silent films accompanied by live performances; our new section of La Cabina Inedits, screening medium – length films by famous directors (Woody Allen, Coppola, Scorsese, etc.); and the visit of several Official Section medium – length film directors from countries such as Holland, Finland, France and Spain, who will be presenting their films and participating in forums with the audience.

(See report on page 8 for venues)


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From the Bronx to Benimaclet, from Coney Island to the Carmen, from Manhattan to Marítimos, from Rhode Island to Ruzafa…take a walk on the wild side. Valencia has an outdoor & indoor lifestyle that lends itself to spontaneity and adventure. There’s fun to be had here as winter approaches. Check out our packed November listings for plenty of information regarding traditional pubs, clubs, bars, cafés, intercambio nights, shopping, classifieds and more. See the agenda at the back for lots of clubbing and live music dates too! 24/7 Valencia is 13 years old and is recommended by the local, national and international press. This includes The Times, El País, The Guardian, Rough Guide, Let’s Go, Time Out, Lonely Planet, Footprints, Aer Lingus, Ryanair, Levante EMV, Super Deporte,, Thomas Cook, Business Traveller Magazine and many more… Given that the Moors ruled Valencia for hundreds of years, this region enjoys a rich Arabic legacy. We have an interesting article about the ‘Moriscos’ of Valencia who were expelled from their own land. Talking of Arabic influences, Helen Westwater of La Ola Fresca presents us with the North African dish ‘Chicken Tagine’ and we share food (another tradition from the Magreb) with Spanish

tapas at Tasca El Botijo in ‘restaurant of the month’. We have an exclusive interview with Carlos Madrid, director of ‘La Cabina’, the medium length international film festival that is growing by the year. For clubbers, check out our colourful photos of ‘24/7 Valencia Party People’ as well as DJ John Treacy’s expert article on Valencia nightlife in ‘Clubland’. In ‘Shopping’, we review the vintage shop ‘SoHo del Carmen’, run by a New Yorker of Valencian descent. Fittingly, we dedicate this issue to the late, great Lou Reed. The editor of ‘24/7 Valencia’ was fortunate enough to meet the legendary singer backstage and thank him for the superb concert he played at the ‘Feria de Julio’ in Valencia. During his stay in the city, Lou Reed enjoyed paella by the beach and practiced Tai Chi with his master in the Rio Turia gardens. He enjoyed Valencia so much that he told his manager he would consider living in Valencia if he were to ever leave New York. Instead, he went to rock’n’roll heaven …

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NOT HEMINGWAY'S SPAIN IN VALENCIA - Day trips from Valencia. Typical houses of Villajoyosa The Embalse de Loriguilla

Sunset on the town of Morella

The great tree, “Pino del Escobón”

The town of Chulilla


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EL ROTO OPS RÁBAGO (Un viaje de mil demonios (I un par de Ángeles)

IVAM C/ Guillem de Castro, 118 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 386 30 00

LA NAU Universidad de Valencia C/ de la Universidad, 2 (Zona Carmen)



Hasta 6 enero 2014

Hasta 23 marzo 2014

MUSEU VALENCIA D’ETNOLOGIA C/ Corona, 36 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 388 35 65

Hasta enero 2014

Hasta 28 noviembre

MuVIM C/ Guillem de Castro, 8 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 388 37 47

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LA CABINA FILM FESTIVAL 2013 An exclusive interview with director of La Cabina Film Festival Carlos Madrid Tell us about your own background, travels and experiences. Well, I always liked cinema, and I have organised film seasons and related activities with the Cineforum Cultural Association. I worked for several festivals, concerts and magazines, so the world of communication and events has been familiar to me for some years. As for travels... well, I have travelled to many European countries like Poland, Slovakia, Holland, Norway, Portugal, Italy, France, Germany and England. I have also been to the United States and Morocco. Lately, I travel less than I would like, but at least I have had the opportunity to go to some foreign film festivals I always wanted to go to. What is La Cabina Film Festival? La Cabina is the only international medium-length film festival in the whole world. That is to say, we screen only films from 30 to 60 minutes long, from all genres except documentary. It’s the sixth edition and it will be celebrated

from 8 – 17 November at the IVAM (Official Selection) and La Nau Cultural Centre (La Cabina Inedits). We have selected 22 films amongst 225. It is amazing to see the festival growing up, year after year. The quality of this edition’s films is better than ever, and I guess that everybody will like a film in this edition no matter what kind of genre he/she likes the most.

concepts like guilt, the right punishment and historic memory. We also have the French film ‘Feux’, which tells us a story about children who are passionate about science, and the consequences it should provoke in their daily life.

This year, eight directors will be with us to present their films and to talk with the audience. We will have some parallel activities (Mediometrash, La Cabina Day Zero...) and, having welcomed more than 2000 people who attended last year, we hope they will come and enjoy the festival once again. We have increased our activity in social media, so there are many more people that know about the festival and really like this particular event.

We have three Spanish-speaking films; one of them is ‘Entre Nosotros’ by the Chilean-Dutch director Paloma Aguilera. I think that this is an important film about family, exile, political positions and brotherhood.

Could you take us through some of the films that you recommend that will be screened at the festival? We have films from 11 countries. For example, ‘A New Mourning’ is a 60-minute Canadian film that deals with

I should also name ‘Aya’, an Israeli film about a car trip with two foreigners and a misunderstanding that grows over time.

For the comedy fans, I would recommend the Israeli ‘Welcome and Our Condolences’, the Polish ‘The Hamster’ or the Norwegian ‘So It Goes’ (Korsoteoria), which also opens the festival. What is the future for cinema in Spain? If you are talking about Spanish films... they have two options: not to be screened in theatres (the norm) or to struggle to

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Entre nosotros

A new morning

Just before losing everything

The hamster

have a complete marketing campaign. The budget has to be used for producing the film, distributing and screening it in theatres and for promoting it. Struggling against the American majors is a daily struggle since they do not allow a lot of Spanish films to be screened (they want to screen theirs). I think that the government should consider a law to stop American domination of the Spanish cinemas. If most of the American-imposed films were good ones it would be more acceptable... but it’s not like that.

The jungle bunch



Opening night – November 8 RIALTO BUILDING (IVAC – La Filmoteca) Sala Luis García Berlanga Plaza del Ayuntamiento, 17 Tel: 96 353 93 00

La Cabina Inedits CENTRO CULTURAL LA NAU (Universitat de València) C/ Universidad, 2 Tel: 96 398 34 69 Aula Magna

Official Section Screening– November 9 – 17 Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia

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SOLEDAD VÉLEZ sometime insufferable. “Keep Walking” These days doing anything is risky but you always have the support of someone.

your new album.

SOLEDAD VÉLEZ Tell us about your recent experiences of touring Spain, Chile, Mexico and England. It was an incredible experience. I’m reminded of many funny incidents from each country and many corazones that touched me along the way, what more can you ask for? I’ve been living in Spain for six years and three years ago, I started to gig around different cities and things are going great. We have a tour for the new ‘Run with Wolves’ album coming up. Going back to Chile for the first time in five years was really special, it had such an impact that it almost felt as if I was sick to my stomach but I still enjoyed it as much as ever. The audience in Mexico is devastating, I really love that country. England received me with open arms, they were very special concerts. Finally, we did four dates in Portugal that were brutal. Memorable! Having travelled so much and seen so many cities, how do you find living in Valencia in these difficult times? Well, speaking for myself I’m doing great in Valencia. My closest friends are here, the climate is ridiculously good, there’s great arroz (rice) to enjoy and a good music scene. Every weekend there are concerts and activities. The times we are living in are awful but, people are surviving it all, here and in other cities, one way or another, like with the music scene which is trying to offer new and different things. If only the authorities would subsidize culture and reduce the IVA (tax), pero bueno! It looks like we are going to have to wait but people here are not waiting with their arms crossed and that is admirable. Tell us about the different influences of Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia

It’s complicated to explain because there are no specific influences on this album, more like these loose, separate sounds that took over inside me. Wolves have also been an influence, I had some problems with my nerves a year ago and I saw wolves everywhere, which, of course, weren’t really there and I had to take a rest. And after the tour of Chile and my beloved Latin America, I also took features of my culture and mixed it all in. Take us through the songs of your new album, ‘Run with Wolves’. “On Fire” This is a very special song for me, which is why I chose it to open the album. It talks about being an alcoholic and to understand a little about what goes through your mind, what you feel and how you cope with it. “Milky Way” It’s about confidence and deciding things, it’s very beautiful. To go to infinity and go all out for that person. “South Mountain” The song talks about the mountain ranges of the Andes. It explains what my roots are. “How to Disappear” It’s a song where I tell women what they should do to not be men. Society prepares us to be machistas, less and less now but it’s still a real phenomenon. I sing about what you have to do so as not to disappear. “Head Pain” My songs are always stories that I have lived and experienced, and this is one of them. I’m not going to go into details and I never will. It’s a song that has helped me to grow. “Silver Wolf” It’s a song about love that, for a woman, is

“She Is” I wrote this for my older sister. I say how she is so as not to forget her. It’s been many years without her, she’s my best friend and for the moment I only see her when I’m dreaming. “I’ve Been Gone So Long” It’s far and away the oldest song here. It’s about four years old and concerns my departure from Chile and the personal consequences of leaving there. “The Path” It’s the only song about desamor on the whole record. “She Thinks She’s a Teenager Again” Well, this song is about bipolar disorder and problems related to it. “Good Morning Darling” I wrote this song for the mother of my best friend. She’s an exceptional woman. When I had nothing in my life and I was really at rock bottom, she helped me, she loved me and she cared for me. Every day she said to me, “Good Morning, Darling.” How could I not write a song for her? Do you plan to play dates in Spain in the coming months? For the moment we have these concerts lined up: 07 Nov – Málaga @ CCP 10 Nov – Sevilla @ SEFF 14 Nov – Barcelona @ Heliogàbal 10 Jan 2014 – Segovia @ Winter Indie City There will be more dates announced soon. Contact details: Fanpage on Facebook Soledad Vélez

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Chicken tagine with couscous By Helen Westwater La Ola Fresca This month kicks off with the Mostra Viva Cinema Mediterrani festival and so, in the hunt for a Mediterranean theme, I came across this recipe from Rick Stein in an old copy of Food Illustrated magazine. I confess I embarked on it with some trepidation… for although Rick Stein is the local hero of Cornwall (southwest England) and an acclaimed international chef, he is generally more famed for his fish dishes. Secondly, not having cooked many tagines before, the combination of ingredients involving slowly cooking raw minced onion with tons of butter seemed a little odd. Yet as with all good recipes involving ingredients that separately you hold at arm’s length but when combined together make unbelievably delicious flavours, such as those in Thai cooking, this recipe, too, dazzled with all the panache of a film star! And direct from the pot it is extraordinarily easy to make! The basis of tagine cooking is the slow tenderising of the meat. Traditionally a dish from North Africa is cooked on slow burning coals in a ceramic clay pot. The dish was designed to cook with a minimal amount of water retaining the juices of the ingredients and through the slow cooking optimizing the flavours therein. However, if you don’t have the clay pot, you can just use a heavy-based casserole dish or stainless steel pot in which a chicken will comfortably fit. What is important is to ensure that you cook the dish slowly. Add the chicken to the pan with the butter, garlic, minced onion and dried spices. Cover with tightly fitting lid, bring to the boil and then simmer for 40 minutes, spooning and turning the chicken from time to time to make sure it does not dry out. Remove the chicken, cover and leave to rest.

Tagine • 1 whole chicken • 1 large onion, finely chopped in a food processor • 4 garlic cloves, crushed • 100 gm butter • 1 tablespoon ground ginger (dried powdered) • 1 cinnamon stick • 3/4 teaspoon turmeric • 3/4 teaspoon saffron strands • 3 tablespoons lemon juice • 100 gm green olives (de-stoned) • 1 handful flat-leaf parsley • 1 handful fresh coriander • Lemon slices for decoration

Couscous • 100gm couscous per person • 1 teaspoon dried cumin seeds • 3/4 teaspoon turmeric • Enough boiling water to just cover the couscous • 1 tablespoon olive oil • Juice of 1/2 lemon, squeezed

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November snapshots in La Ola Fresca Saturday 2nd 19.30h: Mostra Viva Cine del Mediterrani night – ‘La Dolce Vita’ starring Bellini/Fellini (Cocktail) and Mediterrani (Tapas). On-set photos by Caixa Fosca, 10€ pack Wednesday 13th 20.00: Inauguration of exhibition of two paintings by Peta Darch, http://www., Gratis Thursday 14th 20.30h: Intercambio Special, ‘Singlish’ with Rick Treffers. Learn English through music and songs with Rick Treffers, 5€ Saturday 23rd 17.30h: ‘Cook in English’ workshop, cook while you practice English with Helen, 5€

Add the lemon juice to the sauce and increase the heat once more. Allow to reduce by about 2/3 (two-thirds). Return the chicken to the pan along with the olives and simmer for a further 20 – 25 minutes until the chicken is tender. Add the chopped herbs just before serving. Place the ingredients for the couscous in a ceramic bowl. About 10 minutes before serving, add boiling water to just cover the couscous by about 1/3 of a finger. Stir. Add the olive oil and lemon juice and stir again. Carve the chicken and place on top of the couscous, garnished with the herbs and lemon slices and enjoy. Photos © Helen Westwater. Photo Helen © Julia Reoyo, Caixa Fosca / Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia

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EL BOTIJO The weather – normally quite high on the list of discussable topics with locals – is now only second on the list after ‘La Crisis’. This unseasonably hot weather is flummoxing almost everyone. I actually overheard someone the other day say, “Never in my life have I had to wear my summer wardrobe for so long!” Oh, and here’s a little money-saving tip! She went on to say that she has usually taken it all to the dry cleaners where it will safely stay until next spring! Cheap storage. It was on one of these sultry nights that we ventured out from our new abode (more on the trials and tribulations of moving, rogue removal men, downsizing and the art of double-parking later) to a tasca called El Botijo in the Barrio del Carmen. It’s one of the eateries in a row off the Plaza San Dionisio, just across the way from the all-glass Mosén Sorell Market. It’s also just a stone’s throw from Plaza Tossal so easy to find. We weren’t up to walking despite the short distance, so took a cab and took our pre-reserved table on the busy terrace. Our waiter, José, was very affable and chatty and bought us a bottle of Capellana, a denominación Utiel-Requena red wine, seven months in the barrel, and extremely good value at 13.50€ a bottle (or 2.50€ by the glass). He also bought us water even before we could ask for it, declaring it was a warm night so he thought we’d be needing it. He and Frank, the chef, had already decided what we should be trying, and so out came a degustación of six of their

key tapas served on a little wooden tray. They were Champiñones y patatas – mushrooms and potatoes, a nice combination not only of flavours, but of textures, too – followed by Chistorra cooked in cider. Chistorra is a thinner and milder version of chorizo, I actually prefer it and it is great cooked this way. We then enjoyed Longaniza with onions – this is a white sausage often served with morcilla (a black sausage) in a roll as blanco y negro. There was a little Revuelto de calabacín y queso de cabra – a tasty dish of scrambled eggs with courgette and goat’s cheese, a really delicious combination. Morteruela de Cuenca, new to me and a speciality of the house, is a rich, flavourful pâté made from partridge (or other game), rabbit, pork liver and ham and is great spread on crusty bread. The final dish in this little selection was a rich Ensaladilla Rusa (Russian salad), full of flavour and very good. All of the above as tapas portions would have been between 4.00€ – 5.20€.

are here. If the weather is still holding up when you read this, make sure you book a table, especially if you want to sit on the terrace. We ended our evening being invited to down chupitos (shots) at the bar with all the staff… Salut! Tim Birch Tasca El Botijo C/San Miguel s/n (near Plaza San Dionisio) Tel: 96 323 98 90 Zona Carmen No Menú del día but well-priced tapas all day Small but well-priced wine list Groups welcome from 15€ a head Open Monday – Sunday 09.00h – 01.00h

We were ploughing our way through this excellent selection when a large plate of patatas bravas arrived at the table, followed almost immediately by Ibéricos – a platter of thinly sliced sausages which we both wolfed down despite being so full. And then, on top of it all, came a large salad of Goat’s cheese and mushrooms with a honey dressing. We finished with a rich and delicious chocolate cake (4.00€). We chatted between mouthfuls throughout the evening with both José and Frank about the restaurant and, of course, the weather. This restaurant is a great favourite with locals and tourists alike. José speaks good English and is extremely helpful as I’m sure all the staff Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia




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SPAINSBURYS! Now in its 10th year of operation, Spainsburys! continues to defy the ravages of ‘La Crisis’ and stocks a wide range of British grocery brands for expats and Spanish customers alike.

of Valencia’s vegetarians, who find their needs catered for by the availability of many foods suitable for vegetarians, especially the Quorn brand frozen foods at an attractive price.

crackers, Christmas cards, chocolates and biscuits are available at very reasonable prices. To facilitate customers, the shop is open every Sunday before Christmas (the 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd) in December.

Situated in a quiet neighbourhood of Llíria, Valencia, it has been successfully managed by owners Neil and Dina Cassidy, an Irish couple who give a warm welcome to all their customers and constantly go the extra mile to provide a service that is more than just a grocery shop. Llíria is 25 km north-west of Valencia city.

Spainsburys! are equally proud of their home delivery service, which is available from their excellent website, www. Delivering to addresses within a 50 km radius of Llíria, this service covers the entire city of Valencia plus towns and villages as far as Sagunto to the north, Buñol to the west and Montserrat to the south. Delivery is free of charge for orders over 100€ but even smaller orders with a delivery charge (5€ – 7.50€) are sure to be cost effective.

Spainsburys! Plaza Jaime Roig, 1 C/ Marc Corneli 46160 Llíria, Valencia Tel: 96 279 31 42 E-mail:

A keen cook herself, Dina proudly asserts that Spainsburys! offers the best Home Baking section of any shop or supermarket in Valencia, pointing to the fact that people travel long distances to avail of the many ingredients that just cannot be found in the larger supermarkets. Also coming from near and far are many Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia

Christmas is always special at Spainsburys!, when fresh turkeys and meat are available to order by arrangement with an award-winning English butcher. Of course, all the extras such as Christmas

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Andrea Canepa Hasta 8 noviembre INSTITUTO FRANCÉS DE VALENCIA Conexión Xavier Moingeon Hasta 15 noviembre IVAM INSTITUT VALENCIÀ D’ART MODERN EXPOSICIONES IVAM Una Instalación en Blanco y Negro Presen Rodríguez Hasta 3 noviembre Fernando Almela en la Colección del IVAM Hasta 10 noviembre Miquel Navarro en la Colección del IVAM Hasta 6 enero 2014 Ignacio Pinazo en la Coleccón del IVAM Hasta 2 febrero 2014 Discurso del Método Pedro Valdez Cardoso Hasta 6 enero 2014 Té con Nefertiti Desde 7 noviembre hasta 26 enero 2014 La Abstracción de Rafael Canogar Desde 14 noviembre hasta 2 febrero 2014 Sustratos Desde 28 noviembre hasta 23 febrero 2014 JARDÍN BOTÁNICO Rehogar 5 Hasta 24 noviembre Colores de la Memoria Desde 7 noviembre hasta 15 diciembre LA BENEFICENCIA CENTRE VALENCIA DE CULTURA MEDITERRÁNEA Recorrido por la Prehistoria Valenciana, desde el Paleolítico hasta la Época Visigoda Exposición Permanente LA GALLERA Desborde Claudia Martínez Hasta 3 noviembre LAS NAVES Residencia Las Naves Hasta 18 noviembre Christmas Space Festival Hasta 15 noviembre L’ IBER DE LOS SOLDADITOS DE PLOMO Exposición Permanente: Guardias Españolas, Coleciones Valencianas, Almansa, Vida Cotidiana, Tirant y Serie Histórica. MUSEU DE BELLES ARTES SAN PIO V Renacimiento Barroco Pintura Gótica La Pintura Académica La Pintura de los Siglos XIX y XX Colección Permanente Sala Joaquin Sorolla El Arte de Grabar Ernest Furió Navarro Hasta 12 enero 2014 Máscaras Bailando del Brazo José Gutiérrez Solana Hasta 5 enero 2014 MUSEO DE PREHISTORIA DE VALENCIA Cultura Ibérica Hasta 31 diciembre Historia del Dinero Hasta 31 diciembre Món Romà Hasta 31 diciembre Restes de Vida, Restes de mort Exposicion permanente MUSEU D'HISTÒRIA DE VALÈNCIA La Ciudad que Habitamos. Arquitectura y Espacio Urbano en Valencia (1939-1957) Hasta 15 enero 2014


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MUSEO VALENCIA D’ETNOLOGÍA Huerta i Marjal El Secano y la Montaña Exposición Permanente La Ciudad Vivida. Ciudades Valencianas en Tránsito, 1800-1940 Hasta 31 diciembre MuVIM L’Aventura de la Pensament Exposición Permanente Entre los Mundos: El Chamanismo en los Pueblos de Siberia Hasta 10 noviembre Tipografía. Imagen Absoluta Hasta 28 noviembre Las Brujas y Su Mundo Hasta 10 noviembre Fotografiando el Far East Hasta 10 noviembre La Caligarafía Vive Richard Rousselot Hasta 3 noviembre Amuletos Hasta 10 noviembre OCTUBRE CENTRE CULTURAL Un Far al Mediterrani Hasta 23 noviembre La Nit de Sant Joan Hasta 20 noviembre UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, LA NAU OPS /El Roto / Rábago. Un Viaje de Mil Demonios (y un Par de Ángeles) Andrés Rábago Hasta 12 enero 2014 Pop Up Valencia: Reactiva la Ciudad Hasta 17 noviembre Enciclopedias del Siglo XVIII y el Espíritu de Ilustración Desde 13 noviembre hasta 12 enero 2014 Con Acento. Memoria Gráfica del Jazz en España Desde 27 noviembre hasta 12 enero 2014 UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE VALENCIA Del Cálculo Numérico a la Creatividad Abierta Hasta 18 diciembre PALAU DE LES ARTS

Opera La Traviata Giuseppe Verdi 2, 7, 10, 13 noviembre Sala Principal Die Walküre Richard Wagner 3, 6, 9, 16 noviembre Conciertos Obras de Brahms Omer Meir Wellber 20 noviembre Auditori Obras de Mahler Omer Meir Wellber 24 noviembre Auditori Obras del Liszt, Gershwin y Manuel de Falla Omer Meir Wellber 29 noviembre Auditori THEATRE CARME TEATRE Tabula Rasa (danza – teatro) 31 octubre – 3 noviembre

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NOVEMBER 13 24/ 7 VALENCIA LISTINGS XX (danza flamenco) 7 – 10 noviembre Mȃe (Identitat, Cos, Herència) (danza) 15 – 17 noviembre Sigue la Tormenta 21 – 24 noviembre Greenwich Art Show (teatro) 29 noviembre – 1 diciembre SALA RUSSAFA Revolución! 10 octubre – 10 noviembre Quijote 14 – 17 noviembre Juana, La Reina que no Quiso Reinar 22 – 24 noviembre Desalmados 28 noviembre – 1 diciembre (danza) TEATRE MICALET Fent Cua 30 octubre – 3 noviembre Veriueu-Ho Salvatge Xavi Castillo 6 – 7 y 13 noviembre Música en Valencià: Senior i El Cor Brutal 8 noviembre Música en Valencià: Arthur Caravan y Hugo Mas 9 noviembre Música en Valencià: Óscar Briz 10 noviembre Údol 14 – 17 noviembre Lúcid 20 – 24 noviembre T'Estimo Tant. Sonets de Shakespeare 28 noviembre TEATRO OLYMPIA No Estoy Muerto, Estoy en El Olympia Pedro Ruiz 30 octubre – 3 noviembre El Brujo / El Evangelio de San Juan 6 – 17 noviembre Monólogos 8 noviembre El Lago de los Cines (Swan Lake) Russian National Ballet 18 noviembre Joaquín Reyes / Que me Aspen!! 22 – 23 noviembre Mitad y Mitad 20 noviembre – 15 diciembre TEATRO PRINCIPAL La Corte de Faraón 30 octubre – 3 noviembre Otelo 7 – 10 noviembre Ballet del Generalitat 16 – 24 noviembre Julio César 27 noviembre – 1 diciembre TEATRO RIALTO Casa de Muñecas / A Doll’s House Henrik Ibsen 18 octubre – 10 noviembre El Veneno del Teatro 12 – 17 noviembre 23 – 24 noviembre V.A. Estellés, Mural Del Teu Poble 27 noviembre – 1 diciembre TEATRO TALIA Hoy: El Diario de Adán y Eva Mark Twain 23 octubre – 10 noviembre Manu Badenes (monólogos) 8 y 15 noviembre Romeo (teatro)

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13 – 17 noviembre Vaya por Dios (monólogos) 16 noviembre Otello in Danza 20 noviembre La Lengua Madre (teatro) 21 noviembre – 1 diciembre María Juan (monólogos) 23 noviembre Miguel Lago 30 noviembre (monólogos) CINEMA

BABEL *versión original FILMOTECA CINEMA INSTITUTO VALENCIANO DE CINEMATOGRAFÍA CICLOS IVAC – LA FILMOTECA Noviembre en La Filmoteca del IVAC Animatopía. Los Nuevos Caminos del Cine de Animación Hasta 29 diciembre El Aula en el Cine Hasta 17 noviembre Menuda Filmo 2 – 3 noviembre Ettore Scola Desde 6 noviembre hasta 15 febrero 2014 Básicos Filmoteca: Cine Español (1930-1980) Desde 7 noviembre hasta 10 abril 2014 Inauguración del Festival Internacional de Mediometrajes La Cabina 8 noviembre Cine Portugués Contemporáneo Desde 20 noviembre hasta 30 enero 2014 VI MOSTRA De 7 a 10 de Noviembre YELMO CINES ADDRESSES MUSEUMS / GALLERIES

AGRUPACIÓN FOTOGRÁFICA VALENCIANA C/ Beata, 8 Tel: 96 351 26 20 ALMUDÍN Pl. San Luis Bertrán, 1 Tel: 96 352 54 78 - ext. 4521 BOIRA C / Salvador Giner, 10 Tel: 96 205 82 67 CAFE MALVARROSA / ESPAI PARAL.LEL Historiador Diago, 20 Tel: 96 320 50 56 CA REVOLTA C/ Santa Teresa, 10 Tel: 96 392 20 88 CENTRO CULTURAL BANCAJA Pl. Tetuán, 23 Tel: 96 387 58 64 CENTRO COREOGRÁFICO DE LA COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA Parque de la Granja, s/n, Burjassot Tel: 96 390 47 74 CENTRO DEL CARMEN C/ Museo, 2 Tel: 96 192 26 40 CIUDAD DE LAS ARTES Y LAS CIENCIAS (L’Hemisferic, Museu de les Ciencies Princípe Felipe, L’Oceanografic)

Av. Instituto Obrero de Valencia Tel: 902 100 031 COL·LEGI MAJOR RECTOR PESET Universitat de Valencia Plaça del Forn de Sant Nicolau,4 Tel: 96 316 60 00 COMUNICARTE GALERIA BAR C/ Conde de Olocau, 3 DR NOPO C/ Borrull, 16, Bajo Tel: 96 113 14 99 ESPAI D'ART BOIRA C / Salvador Giner, 10 Tel: 96 205 82 67 ESPAI TACTEL C/ Denia, 25 Bajo Tel:96 395 88 08 FNAC SAN AUGUSTÍN C/ Guillem de Castro, 9 - 11 Tel: 96 353 90 15 FUNDACION CHIRIVELLA SORIANO C/ Valeriola, 13 Tel: 96 338 12 15 GALERÍA AKKA C/ Almirante Cadarso, 6 Tel: 96 316 27 27 GALERÍA DUOMO C/ Luis Santangel, 18 GALERIA ESPACIO C / Carles Cervera, 38 GALERÍA LUIS ADELANTADO C/ Bonaire, 6 Tel: 96 351 01 79 GALERÍA MR. PINK C/ Guillem de Castro, 110 Tel: 96 391 33 34, 669 787 918 GALERÍA MURO Correjeria, 5 Tel: 96 391 19 03 GALERíA PAZ Y COMEDIAS C/ Comedias, 7-2 Tel: 96 391 89 06 GALERÍA PUNTO Av. Baron de Carcer, 37 Tel: 96 351 07 24 GALERÍA ROSALIA SENDER Mar, 19 (Ciutat Vella) Tel: 96 391 89 67 GALERíA SEGRELLES C/ Ciscar, 4 Tel: 96 333 21 97 GALERÍA TOSSAL Pl Tossal, s/n Tel: 96 398 18 03 GALERÍA VISOR C/ Corretgeria, 26 Tel: 96 392 23 99 INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DE VALENCE C/ Moro Zeit, 6 Tel: 96 315 30 95 INSTITUT VALENCIÀ DE LA MÚSICA C/ Barcas, 2 Tel: 96 318 44 53 IVAM C/ Guillem de Castro, 118 Tel: 96 386 30 00 JARDÍN BOTÁNICO C/ Quart, 80 Tel: 96 315 68 00 JOVE ORQUESTRA DE LA GENERALITAT VALENCIANA Tel: 96 318 44 90 / 93 KITSCH INTERNACIONAL ARTEDIVERSO C/ Covarrubias, 5 Tel: 607 636 012

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ʻLIKEʼ US ON LA BENEFICIENCIA CENTRE VALENCIA DE CULTURA MEDITERANEA C/ Corona, 36 Tel: 96 388 35 79 LA CASA ENCESA ESPAI D'ART Plaza La Iglesia, 3 12594 Oropesa Tel: 96 431 37 26 LA GALLERA C/ Aluders, 7 Tel: 96 352 14 37 LA NAVE GALERÍA Nave, 25 Tel: 96 351 19 33 LA LLOTGETA, AULA DE CULTURA CAM-ESPAI D’ART Pl. Mercado, 4 Tel: 96 391 33 96 LAS NAVES, ESPACIO DE CREACIÓN Contemporánea C/ de Juan Verdeguer 16, 46024 Valencia T 963 531 272 L’IBER MUSEO DE LOS SOLDADITOS DE PLOMO C/ Caballeros, 22 Tel: 96 391 86 75 LLIG LLIBRERIES DE LA GENERALITAT Pl. Manises, 3 Tel: 96 386 61 70 MONASTERIO DE SAN MIGUEL DE LOS REYES Av Constitución, 284 Tel: 96 387 40 13 MUSEO DEL ARROZ C/Rosario, 3 Tel: 609 877 956 MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES DE VALENCIA C/ San Pío V, 9 Tel. 96 369 30 88 / 369 21 11 MUSEO DE LA CIUDAD Pl. Arzobispo, 1 Tel: 96 352 54 78 - ext. 4126 MUSEO DEL CARMEN C/ Museo, 2 Tel: 96 369 30 88 MUSEO FALLERO Pl. Monteolivete, 4 Tel: 96 352 54 78 MUSEO NACIONAL DE CERÁMICA GONZÁLEZ MARTÍ C/ Poeta Querol, 2 Tel: 96 351 63 92 MUSEO TAURINO Pasaje Doctor Serra, 16 Tel: 96 351 18 50 MUSEO VALENCIANO D’ETNOLOGÍA C/ Corona, 36 Tel: 96 388 35 65 MUSEU D'HISTÒRIA DE VALÈNCIA C/ València, 42 Tel: 96 370 11 05 MUVIM C/ Guillem de Castro, 8 Tel: 96 388 37 47 OCTUBRE CENTRE DE CULTURA CONTEMPORÀNIA C/ Sant Ferran, 12 ( Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 315 77 99 PAZ TEJÓN GALERÍA ESTUDIO C/ Salas Quiroga, 1, bajo (Zona Jesús) Tel.: 654 363 829 POPOL VUH C/ Burriana, 13

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PALAU DE LES ARTS Autopista del Saler, 1 Tel: +34 96 197 58 00 Fax: +34 96 395 22 01 THEATRE

CARME TEATRE C/ Gutenberg, 12 Tel: 96 392 42 71 CENTRE LA RAMBLETA Bulevar Sur esquina C/ de Pío IX (Sant Marcel·li) ESPAI ATHENEIA C/ Guillem de Castro, 65 Tel: 615 578 344 - 657 857 792 ESPACIO INESTABLE C/ Dr. Sanchis Bergón, 5 Tel: 96 392 16 30 L’ALTRE ESPAI C/ Platero Suárez, 11 Tel: 96 353 92 00 OFF TEATRE C/ Turia, 47 Tel: 96 384 11 85 SALA ZIRCÓ C/ Joaquín Navarro, 11 Tel: 96 3 77 18 62 SALA RUSSAFA C/ Denia, 55 96 341 52 16 SPORTING CLUB RUSSAFA C/ Sevilla, 5 Tel: 96 325 15 98 TEATRE EL MUSICAL Pl. Rosario, 3 Tel: 96 367 31 95 TEATRE MICALET C/ Mestre Palau, 3 Tel: 96 392 14 82 TEATRO DE MARIONETAS LA ESTRELLA (LA PETXINA). C/ Dr Sanchis Bergón, 29 Tel: 96 371 73 84 TEATRO OLYMPIA C/ San Vicente Mártir, 44 Tel: 96 351 73 15 TEATRO PRINCIPAL C/ Barcas, 15 Tel: 96 353 92 00 TEATRO RIALTO Pl. Ayuntamiento, 17 Tel: 96 353 93 00 TEATRE ROMÀ DE SAGUNT Pujada al Castell, s/n Sagunto


THEATRE SALA MORATÍN Pl. Ayuntamiento, 17 Tel: 96 353 93 0 TEATRO TALÍA C/ Caballeros, 31 Tel: 96 398 64 22 CINEMA

BABEL C/ Vicente Sancho Tello, 10 Tel: 96 362 67 95 FILMOTECA (CINEMA INSTITUTO VALENCIANO DE CINEMATOGRAFÍA) RIALTO Pl. Ayuntamiento, 17 YELMO CINES Espai Campanar Av. Tirso de Molina, 16 Tel: 902 22 09 22

LIVE MUSIC Bigornia (Zona Carmen) C/ Museo, 10 Jazz jam every Wednesday evening. Black Note (Zona Aragón) C/ Polo y Peyrolón, 15 Tel. 96 393 36 63 Top choice for music lovers who love it live - jazz, blues, R’n’B, soul, funk, flamenco and rock. See listings. Café Cronopio (Zona Benimaclet) C/Barón de San Petrillo 46 Tel: 960 64 17 17 Jazz, blues, flamenco, world music, jam sessions and more… Café del Duende (Zona Carmen) C/ Túria, 62 Tel. 630 455 289 Great club specialising in authentic flamenco music and culture. See listings. Café Mercedes Jazz (Zona Ruzafa) C/ Sueca, 27 Tel. 96 341 83 78 Deluxe Pop Club (Zona Plaza Cedro) C/ Poeta Mas y Ros 42, Zona Cedro Durango Club (Meliana) C/Llanterners, 35 Poligon Industrial La Closa, Meliana See Facebook. Rock club on the outskirts of Valencia with great live bands and a loyal crowd.. Electropura (Zona Ruzafa) C/ Pinto Salvador Abril, 20 See Facebook for more details Acoustic gigs at 19.30h with indie often being the flavour. El Loco (Zona Juan Llorens) C/ Erudito Orellena, 12 Tel. 96 326 05 26, El Loco is a dynamic live venue with an eclectic choice of indie, funk, rock, fusion, blues and more. Check some music and dance later.

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Jimmy Glass Noviembre 2013 5 Noviembre 20.45h Bill McHenry 7 Noviembre 20.45h JD Allen Trio 8 Noviembre 22.45h Bill McHenry 12 Noviembre 20.45h Miguel Zenón Quartet 17 Noviembre 20.45h Pat Martino Trio

19 Noviembre 20.45h The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady 27 Noviembre 20.45h Leslie Helpert Quartet 28 -29 Nov 22.15h Ciclo Cantantes Masculinos

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Jimmy Glass Jazz Bar (Zona Carmen) C/ Baja, 28 Legendary and prestigious jazz club in the classic New York style with an authentic jazz atmosphere, integrated on the international live jazz circuit, where every week you can see famous international live bands from the modern jazz world. Mítico y prestigioso club de jazz de estilo neoyorquino, con una átmosfera auténticamente jazzística, donde pueden verse todas las semanas figuras internacionales del jazz contemporáneo. Consulta la web: Kaf Cafe (Zona Benimaclet) C/Arquitecto Arnau, 16 961131706 - 663 702 960 lk Atmospheric, literary café-bar with regular live gigs and jams. La3 (Zona Puerto) C/ Padre Porta, 2 Top-notch national and International bands every month with disco afterwards until past the dawn... La Bona Estrella (Zona Carmen) Plaza Manises, 3 Tel: 96 064 05 48 Live jazz and other types of live music every Thursday at 20.30h with free entry. La Caverna (Zona San Vicente) C/ Cuenca, 70 Live music. Mod, soul, rock & roll, reggae and more. La Edad de Oro (Zona Juan Llorens) C/ San Jacinto, 3 Tel. 649 255 048 Live music every Thursday & Friday. La Rambleta Bulevar Sur, esq Pío IX (Next to Parque La Rambleta) (Zona Jesús) Tel: 96 0011511 Fantastic new live venue with great programme of live music and original and alternative theatre. Noise Valencia C/ San Vicente, 200 Tel.670 659 705 Check international bands from around the globe. Palau de la Musica (Zona Río Túria) Paseo de la Alameda, 30

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Tel. (+34) 96 337 50 20 E-mail: Excellent classical music concerts in the Rio Turia gardens with musicians from around the world. See website for current programme. Play Producciones Tel. 679 412 012 Wah-Wah (Zona Blasco Ibáñez) C/ Campoamor, 52 Tel. 96 356 39 42 / 645 792 674 National and international indierock & pop in a student zone…

Music Box C/ Pintor Zariñena, 16 Tel. 96 391 41 51 Frankenstein Rock & Roll Club Marques de Caro, 5 Immortal C/ San Dionisio, 3 Feel ‘heavy metal’ and like hard rock? Plenty of like-minded souls in a loud bar. Rock on!

CLUBS Zona Ruzafa

Nylon C/ Germanias, 31 664 46 98 40 Valencia’s latest club. Electronica all night long in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Play C/ Cuba, 8 Tel: 96 3920570 Newish club in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Indie, pop and dance all night long. Xtra Lrge Playground Gran Via Germanias, 21(esq Cadiz) New club with 600 metre multi-use floor. Electronica and indie, art exhibitions too. Theatre every week at 23.00h. See facebook. Zona Juan Lloréns

Juanita Club C/ Lepanto, 8 Rasta Vibrations just two minutes walk from the Torres de Quart, open every day from 20h. A real Reggae lover’s paradise, authentic vibe. Everyday 2 beers for 2€ until 22h & 2 cocktails for 5€ until 24h. Discounts every day always free entry. DJs too! Follow us on Facebook “ JuanitaClub (VALENCIA)” Juanita Club - especialistas y amantes de música reggae, sitio acogedor y relajado.

Café Carioca Artist Club Juan Llorens 52 Superb House music. La Edad de Oro C/ San Jacinto, 3 Tel. 649 255 048 Live music and its classic mix of pumping sounds…from rock & roll to house! Open 22.00h until 4.00h, Thursday to Saturday. Magazine Club Pza / Perez Escrich, 18 Zona Juna Llorens In just 4 years, Magazine has become an essential part of the rock’n’roll scene in Valencia. Zona El Carmen

Bigornia C/ Museu, 10 Arty crowd of the Carmen scene with electro, hip-hop, funk, techno and more. Good vibes. Bolseria Café C/Bolseria, 41 Tel: 96 391 89 03 Hot tropical vibe with swinging crowd at weekends. House, Latin, funk and pop. Carmen Club C/ Quart, 26 Calcatta C/ Reloj Viejo, 6 One of the few discos in the Carmen to stay open all night, until around 8 am. Club 47 C/ Quart, 47 See groovelives website.

Pinball C/ Concordia, 3 For lovers of psychedelia, northern Soul, funk. Groovy atmosphere, buzzing at weekends. Cats and chicks shakin’ it until the early hours, digging various scenes like something out of Blow Up. Just one minute´s walk from C/ Caballeros & with free entry. Pinball es un Pub-disco con música de los sesenta, garage, rock ‛n’ roll, Northen Soul, mercadillos, mojitos y más.

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L’Umbracle terraza / Mya Avenida del Saler, 5 Impressive backdrop with 2 all night discos for the beautiful people. Part of the City of Arts and Sciences. Zona Puerto / Playa

Radio City C/ Santa Teresa, 19 Tel: 96 391 41 51 A legendary club in Valencia's old town. Free, eclectic disco Monday - Sunday nights, live flamenco every Tuesday @23h. English language nights Thursday @20h with Britpop music till late. Funky and friendly club. Rewind Club Valencia C/ Pintor Zariñena, 16 Tel: 96 391 41 51 Nice one! Used to be ‘Music Box’ and is now ‘Rewind’ replete with plenty of vintage sofas to chill on, independent music, more bohemian crowd, the latest DJs and a look to the recent past for tunes old & new. Open from 11.30 pm until 3.30am during the week and 4.30am at weekends. Únic Plaza Sant Jaume, 1 New! Set in the very heart of the centro historico. Cocktails, music, art & design, fashion, young urban crowd. Vintage sofas too. Watch the people of the barrio stroll by. Lovely terrace too. Zona Plaza Cedro

Tornillo C/ Campoamor, 42 Tel. 96 392 55 27 INDIE scene. Electronica beats collide with guitar, loads of students partying, dancing. Look out for the distinctive huge nail outside! Zona Blasco Ibañez

Miniclub Blasco Ibañez, 111 Used to be Zenith. Funky new club open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until well past Zona Benimaclet

Pulso Pub C/ Leonor Jovani, 6 Tel: 96 193 99 96 Great! Lively, rocking pub in the buzzing barrio of Benimaclet with a loyal crowd of locals and popular with different nationalities. Great music soundtrack with live music jam sessions a regular feature. Popular owner Sebas really knows his music. Beers, spirits, good company and rock’n’roll!

Guernica Playa Eugenia Viñes, 227 New and by the beach! Great Cocktails and music from around the world (African, Arabic and more) from Monday to Thursday, live theatre & contemporary dance on Thursdays and hard electronica sessionson Sundays. There’s even a weekly DJ from the wild Valencia ‘Ruta de Bakalao’ days. Free entry all week except Sundays. “Like an Ibiza bar from the 70s”. La3 c/ Padre Porta, 2 Indie & electrónica sounds on 3 floors No Hay Nada Mejor Que 27 Amigos C/ de la Reina, 186 Happening place in the Cabanyal area, run by dynamic and multi-lingual owners. Great DJs at weekends and live music on Tuesday. Jazz jams on Sundays, too!

CHILL OUT Zona Plaza Ayuntamiento

Mancini C/ Moratin, 1 Tel. 963 94 42 89 Open Mon-Wed 8.00h - 20.00h. Thurs-Sat 8am - 20.00h. Mellow atmosphere, mixed crowd, good service. Healthy menu del dia 7.50€. Great terrace. Wonderful retro design and said by many locals to have the best coffee in the centre! Mancini is open for private parties from 20.00h onwards and has a catering service too. Sabroso menú del día, buen servicio, interior estilo retro y ambiente relajante, especialistas en café, clientela mixta.

Café Lisboa Pl. Dr. Collado, 9 Tel. 96 391 94 84 An excellent café bar in one of Valencia’s most atmospheric plazas. Good mixed crowd of students, locals, visitors and a very popular terraza. Open 09.00h and all day until late. Lots of bocadillos, coffees and beers. Barça and Levante football on TV at the weekend. A legendary cafe-bar that is 36 years old. Set in the historic centre. Breakfast, lunch and dinner available everday. Salads, sandwiches, Snacks, Montaditos, Desserts. Fine choice of cocktails including Mojito, Daiquiri, Bloody Mary. Agua de Valencia, Sangria & Paella too. Warm interior and beautiful terrace. Un clásico del centro histórico, terraza amplio, interior relajado, tapas y cócteles. Bohemio, literario, y abierto a todos. Café Museu C/ Museu, 7 Tel: 96 393 31 08 Bohemia at its finest, with a mellow terraza in a tranquil part of the Barrio del Carmen. Café del Negrito Pl. Negrito Tel. 96 391 42 33 Classic Carmen hangout. Liberal 30-somethings, arty crowd, lots of people wearing glasses! Café Tertulia 1900 C/ Alta 4 Cafetín Pl. San Jaime, 3

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Anita Giro C/Pintor Domingo 7, near Radio City Tel. 96 113 34 18 A relaxed atmosphere in a very reasonably priced restaurant with a varied and alternative international menu. Dinner generally ranges between 10 to 15 euros a head including drinks and coffee, and can be followed by sampling some fantastic cocktails and shorts.Good, varied music. Boasts a lovely terrace to enjoy your food and drink outside.English speaking staff. Gay & Lesbian friendly. Open all summer. .

El Café Del Mar Plaza Lope de Vega, 4 Tel: 96 3 922 558

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NOVEMBER 13 24/ 7 VALENCIA LISTINGS El Laboratorio (junto Pl. de la Virgen) Pl. Cors de la Mare de Deu, 3 Every Day 18.00h-01.30h Tel: 96 392 61 93 Young international staff and clientèle. The two coolest and cheapest bars to chill off the Plaza de la Virgen. Free tapas with drinks, international Beers, imaginative Cocktails and Gintonics, Mojitos at 4€. Fun food at fun prices: hamburgers, wraps, dimsum, samosas... Great terrace. Tuesday English-Spanish Language Exchange; Wednesday = GermanSpanish Exchange and Cocktails 2x1. Also Exhibitions, Theme Dinners, Ethnic Fiestas, Art & Photography...Mixed drinks start at 3.50€!!!! Gilda C/ Ensendra, 9 (corner Plaza Viriato) Tel: 96 3260393 Original resto lounge just a few steps from the Quart Towers (Torres de Quart) offers in its chill out terrace the best of the Salento (south of Italy) and Italian Tapas, Girasol C/ Turia, 52 Movil: 650 245 563 Horchatería El Siglo Pl. Santa Cantalina, 11 Tel: 96 391 84 66

La Cava del Negret C/ Calatrava, 15 Tel: 96 392 33 01 Open every day from 12.00h, great bar on Pl. Negrito with terraza and some of the finest agua de Valencia around. Friendly staff, superb terraza, next to fountain and a great selection of cavas and champagnes. Abierto cada día, muy buena selección de cavas & champagne con terraza encantadora. Las Torres C/ Guillem de Castro, 119 Tel. 963 154 162 Just a stone's throw from Torres de Quart but completely off the tourist track. This is a real Spanish bar of the barrio with a good atmosphere and a multilingual, well-travelled owner who speaks Spanish, English and German. L'Ermita C/ Obispo Don Jeronimo, 4 Tel: 96 391 67 59 Saturday... live acoustic music around 21.00h. London Café Valencia C/ del Carda, 1 Movil: 699 922 370 Very, very spacious bar replete with London street signs.

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Los Pikapiedra (Zona Carmen) C/ Caballeros, 25 Tel: 96 3 919 876/ 681 215 545 Great! Definitive of the alternative Carmen scene. Highly popular with students, punks, hippies and adventurous tourists. It is a friendly, alternative hangout that is run by a multilingual, well-travelled owner and is open to all. Set on 3 floors with room for groups and couples. After 18 years of deserved popularity with locals and visitors, Los Pikapiedra is without doubt an essential part of the Barrio del Carmen scene. Easy to find too! Reasonable prices.They now have a wonderful selection of Spanish tapas. Ask at the bar for their carta. Special offers every WEDNESDAY! 1 litre Porrones 4,50€ (Cider, Beer, Calimocho, Tinto de Verano). Jarras 1 litro 8€ (Agua de Valencia , Sangria, Mojito). Cubatas 3,50€. Menu 6€ (Salad, Drink, Tabla Iberico of hams, meats & cheeses). Porrones 4.50€ on Thursdays too! Bar Los pikapiedra es un bar alternativo legendario, con gente bohemia, porrones, música ecléctica y tapas españolas. Macloy C/ Turia, 75 Mobile: 674 96 40 53 Good beers and nice choice of wines & spirits. 1€ for each drink or tapa! Magarota C/ Zurradores, 9 Movil: 665 04 15 08 Friendly Spanish tapas & café Bodeguita bar with terraza and popular owners. Nou Carxofa C/ Baja, 42 Tel: 96 3 910 298 QArt! Calle de Guillem de Castro, 78 46001 Valencia, España Tel: 963 916 115 Gay friendly, spacious café bar Rivendel Resto Bar C/ Hospital, 18 Tel: 96 392 32 08 Superb terrace, cosmopolitan staff, lovely food, packed with activities too. Sol i Lluna C/ del Mar, 29 96 392 22 16,

Sant Jaume C/ Caballeros, 51 Tel. 96 391 24 01 Valencia Café society par excellence. Set in what may be the best corner of the centro histórico, this long established café bar has a cosmopolitan crowd, lots of room upstairs and one of the best terrazas in the city. Watch the characters stroll down C/ Caballeros. Sant Jaume es un clásico del centro histórico con unas de las mejores terrazas en Valencia. Teteria Tisana C/Moret, 4 (just off C/Roteros) Music includes: Ultra-mod, ye-ye, Garage, Britpop 60s. Freak-Beat The Lounge Café-Bar Estameñeria Vieja 2 (behind La Lonja) Tel: 96 391 80 94, Zona Ruzafa

Biplaza C/ Cuba , 40 Friendly chill out bar with quality montaditos, beers and wine and plenty of activities. Café Berlin C/ Cadiz, 22 Tel: 96 381 00 24 Modern & attractively designed café bar with an arty crowd. El Desvan del Café C/ Puerto Rico, 4 Tel: 96 344 16 86 Very bohemian, very relaxing with a mellow crowd of chilled out and arty crowd. La Tavernaire C/ Dénia, 18 Tel: 605 838 299 Bohemian cafe-bar, vegetarian dishes, live music Wednesdays. La Pinça C/ Pintor Salvador Abril, 34 Tel: 96 3 25 05 82 / 693 593 037 Arty and welcoming café-bar. Ubik Café C/ Literato Azorín, 13 Tel: 96 374 12 55 Emblematic of the buzzing barrio of Ruzafa. Wonderful, spacious and welcoming cafebar/ second-hand bookshop. Spanish & Italian tapas, beer, wine, bohemian crowd, friendly atmosphere. Closed Monday. Zona Plaza Xuquer

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Cafe Infinito C/ Poeta Mas y Ros, no 35 Tel: 617 27 20 42 Superb! International multilingual staff with a friendly atmosphere and packed agenda including theme nights, language exchange, live music quiz. Wednesday ‛Ruta de la Tapa del Cedro’. Tornillo C/ Campoamor, 42 Tel. 96 392 55 27 A meeting point for faces from the indie and electronica scenes. Definitely worth checking. Zona Plaza Benimaclet

La Ola Fresca Calle Músico Magenti 11, Benimaclet Reservations: 610026305 A ‘cafecito’ with a big heart and a fabulous terrace • Speciality in brownies and homemade cakes • world food cooking Juice therapy • local artesanal beers • fairtrade tea and coffee workshops and special events • Sunday BRUNCH • Facebook: La Ola Fresca Valenbisi: 116 Comidas del mundo, servicio excelente, sabroso y actividades cada semana. Tam Tam C/ Emilio Baro, 20 A bohemian hangout.

GAY / LESBIAN Cross C/ Juan de Mena, 7 (Zona Botanico) Facebook Cross Valencia Just 2 minutes walk from Torres de Quart in the tranquil Botanico barrio. Cross is one of Valencia’s most popular Gay Clubs. Open each night from 22h to 03.30am with Sundays and Wednesdays featuring ‘get naked’ parties. Saturday night has the best drag shows and the club’s music soundtrack is modern. Closed Mondays La Pecera C/ Cadiz, 86 Tel: 639 517 703 Popular with lesbians in evenings. Open to all.

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Magnus Termas (Sauna) Av. Puerto, 27 Tel: 96 337 48 92 Ni María Ni Virgen C/ Pintor Vilar, 1 Lesbian pub-bar in the Campanar area.

Nuncadigono C/ Turia, 22 The latest gay sex-club with rooms, showers, labyrinths, videos, slings, contacts, S&M, bears, fucking, sex, glory-holes, motor bikes. Each month: ‘Fiesta Slip’ 1st and 3rd Thursday from 22h (jockstrap/ swimwear) ‘Fiesta Naturista’ 2nd & 4th Thursday from 22h. (naked) Free cloakroom service and free condoms and lubrication, ask at the bar. Happy hours todos los dias. Open every day from 12.00 pm to 04.00 am. Gay sexbar. Cuartos, duchas, laberintos, videos, slings, valencia, contactos, gay, nuncadigono, bar, sm, bears, sexo, motos. Pekado Pl. Vicente Iborra, 9 Tel. 96 392 41 39 The seven deadly sins are served after you enter the gates of hell of this restaurant. Qart Café C/ Guillem de Castro, 80 Sant Miquel Pl. Sant Miquel, 13 Tel. 96 392 31 29 Spartacus C/ Flassanders, 8 Gay sex shop Trapezzio Café Pl. Músico Lopez Chavarri, 2 Turangalila C/ del Mar, 34 Tel. 96 391 02 55 Well prepared Mediterranean dishes. Drag queens sing for customers in this original restaurant.

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Beer C/ Salamanca, 4 Tel. 96 374 14 31 Facebook Cerveceria Beer. Open every day from 19:00 to 03:30. Great selection of beers, cans and bottles from around the world. Try 30 types of beer from Spain and abroad. Have a great time with your mates competing at darts and table football, and enjoy the daily offers every day of the week at Beer. Monday - with your beer they invite you to free mussels. Every Tuesday from 19.00h to 24.00h, Beer from the barrel 2 x1with montadito included! Wednesday from 23’30 to 01’30 with Patatas arrugadas con mojo picón canario and live music with Tony Ventura y amigos. Thursday has popular beer prices 2’50€ for pint from midnight & blackjack at night. Saturday has massage and roller skate raffles with your drinks, prizes announced at 2:30 am!Sunday has football live and we have La Liga, Champions League and Uefa during the week.Cervecería excelente con 30 cervezas diferentes de todo el mundo. Jueves con descuentos y partidos de Fútbol Primera Liga y Champions en directo.


Finnegan’s Pl. de la Reina Tel: 96 392 28 62 The legendary meeting point in the heart of Valencia for those who like a good pint. Excellent terrace with fine view of the Cathedral. A genuine Irish pub with big screen for sports-lovers who like it live. Spacious and warm interior, good selection of beers and tasty traditional lunches. It is internationally famous for all the right reasons. Great for the craic in the evenings. Live music every week.A classic. Bar Irlandés legendario en el corazón de Valencia, con buena selección de cervezas y comidas también. Gente con experiencia. Deportes en directo. Zona Canovas

Portland Ale House C/ Salamanca 10 Yes! Valencia’s first true American pub, run

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NOVEMBER 13 24/ 7 VALENCIA LISTINGS by a friendly American team with draft beers available, sports and an increasingly mixed crowd of locals, visitors and English and Spanish speakers. They now brew & serve their own beer ! Tuesdays and Wednesdays are international language exchange nights with Orange Academy, Thursdays is speed dating and Sundays is the legendary pub quiz! Portland Ale House es un pub americano auténtico. Con dueños americanos y sus cervezas propias más marcas famosas y noches de intercambios inglés/ español. Muy cosmopolita. St. Patrick’s Irish Pub Gran Vía Marqués del Turia, 69 Tel: 96 351 36 42 “A true Irish pub” that knows the craic! Friendly helpful international staff who speak Spanish and English! FREE WIFI to all customers. Open every day from 4pm ‘till late! Cosy interior with 5 rooms and 2 bars. A good mix of Spaniards and expats. We have 5 big screen plasma T.V.s that show all the sporting events (football, rugby, cricket, golf, basketball, etc.)! We have pool, darts, a big terrace and good music (pop-rock from all the ages with Spotify)! Great selection of beers, whiskies, cocktails, including fresh fruit slush, nonalcoholic or you choose the mix! Great snacks, sandwiches, quiche, meat pies, fish&chips, etc. Lots of events: Live Music every Friday at 23h. Parties with prizes. Open Saturday and Sunday at 13:00h pm. Reservations at See Facebook for more details! Pub irlandés famoso con pantallas para deportes en directo. Buena selección de cervezas y cócteles, música en directo los viernes, intercambios los jueves y más…


Babalú C/ Manyans 17 (next to Plaza Redondo) Tel: 96 315 50 40 ¡Fiesta! An excellent restaurant-bar-club for those who love authentic Cuban food. American

McDonalds Pl. de la Reina, 15 Tel: 96 392 35 91 Easy to find, with the city’s cathedral as the backdrop Arabic

Sahara (Zona Carmen) C/ del Mar, 52 Tel: 96 394 32 76 Movil: 698 579 148 Argentinean

La Parrillita Argentina C/ Salamanca, 7 Tel: 677 693 785 Facebook La Parrillita Argentina Fantastic! We had a lovely lunch here! Argentinean grill.


O Rei Da Caipirinha C/ Vicente Sancho Tello Tel: 96 362 59 36 Open daily, Brazilian football memorabilia lines the walls. Cool Brazilian sounds and native staff. Barbecues every Sun at 13.30h. Porto Alegre C/ Centelles, 36 (corner C/Sueca) El: 96 334 55 94 /Movil: 699 49 29 68 Brazilian owned and run and set in the thriving barrio of Ruzafa. French

Atmosphére (Institut Français) C/ Moro Zeit, 6 Open 08.00h to 20.00h, delicious homemade food from expert chefs. Fusion Restaurant Sésame C/ En Bou (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 391 30 62 Highly popular. The well-travelled French owner proposes a wide variety of creative tapas and dishes with an original Greek & Mediterranean/ Asian/ French and Vegetarian fusion using only fresh local produce. Greek


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Liverpool Russafa VLC C/ Sueca, 74 Telf: 674 244 998 English Pub. Everyday from 16.00 - 03.30h. Zona Avenida Aragón

Manolo el del Bombo Pl. Valencia Club de Fútbol, 5 Tel: 96 930 460 A traditional Spanish bar with a different interior - a football museum with photos of the legendary Manolo del Bombo, the chap with the massive beret and drum. Just across from Mestalla stadium, a Mecca for football fans from all over the world. Friendly atmosphere. Sally O’Brien Av. Aragon, 8 Tel: 96 337 40 12 Zona Plaza Xuquer

Max Max C/ Vinalopó, 11 (Pl. Xúquer) Tel: 96 362 68 67 L'Eliana

The Dragon (Bar Internacional) C/ Virgen de Pilar, 12 (L’Eliana) British-run bar with good reputation for food. Popular with locals and the expat crowd from the area.

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Kawayan Grill House C/ La Carda, 6 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 960645206 Movil: 633232533 Facebook Kawayan Grill House Asian fusion cuisine (Filipino,Thai, Mongolian, Vietnamese), with a touch of Spanish, specialities include Grill, traditional Filipino dishes, attractive tapas. Fresh and quality produce. Good quality local wines, fun cocktails and friendly atmosphere. Open from Tuesday night to midday Sunday. Cocina de fusión asiatica (Filipina ,Thai, Mongolesa, Vietnamita), con un toque castizo, especialidades al Grill, platos tradicionales Filipinos y tapas divertidas. producto fresco y elaborado. Vinos sinceros de la tierra, cockteles graciosos y ambiente amigable. Abierto de Martes noche a domingo mediodia.

El Rincon Griego C/ Conde Montornes, 23 (just off C/ Mar and corner of Poeta Liern) Tel: 96 394 4443 Mobile: 639608867 Zona Carmen Intimate and Greek owned and run, wellestablished restaurant in a quiet corner of the old town. The only Greek in town and with live music every Friday. Enjoy Greek tapas, fish and meat dishes, cheeses, yoghurts, pastries and Greek wine too! Restaurante griego muy conocido con tapas y platos típicos del país. Vino griego también. Muy céntrico. Indian / Pakistani

Taj-Mahal (Zona Av. Puerto) C/ Dr. Manuel Candela, 20, Tel: 96 330 62 64. One of the best Indian restaurants along the coast. Authentic Indian cuisine, chefs with 12 years Brit experience. Classic menu

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with all the favourites: Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Tikka, King Prawn Tandoori, Lamb. Variety of rices, attentive bilingual staff on hand to serve ‘English’ or ‘Spanish’ version of spicy. About 18€ per head. Taj Mahal now has home delivery until midnight for minimum price of 20€. Check out the British and Indian products at their shop next door! Curry powders, cornflakes, ketchup, tinned beans, and loads more. An expat’s dream! Uno de los mejores restaurantes indios en Valencia con comidas y cenas típicas del país. Muchos productos indios en su tienda a lado también.



C/ Denia, 20 Tel: 96 332 80 78

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Mimmo Cantina C/Dr Sanchis Bergon, 24 Tel: 96 315 4968 Movil: 645074435 Italian owned and run, with a lovely setting overlooking the Rio Turia. Zona El Carmen

Al Pomodoro C/ del Mar, 22 Tel: 96 391 48 00, Very popular, good value, great pizza. Bacco d.o.c. C/ Derechos 29, bajo (1 min from La Lonja) Tel: 96 391 19 65 Everyone welcome at this distinctive and very original Italian restaurant in an excellent location. Il Piccolo C / D’En Plom, 9 Tel: 96 206 99 55 Movil: 603 659 703 Just a stone’s throw from Torres de Quart. La Pappardella C/ Bordadores, 5 (next to Cathedral) Tel: 96 391 89 15 Popular Italian restaurant without pizza and emphasis on Piadinas and pastas. La Strada C/ Quart 17 Tel: 96 392 41 77 Friendly pizzeria and pasta restaurant with lots of experience. Zona C/ La Paz

La Gñocca de La Tia C/ Verger, 1 Tel: 961 139 930 This is authentic Genoese & Italian cuisine with experienced and welcoming Genoese owners.

Don Salvatore C/ Conde de Altea, 41 Tel: 96 334 13 04 A real treat of an Italian restaurant. Wonderful terrace and bilingual owner, a great Canovas success story. Spot the Valencia footballer! Restaurante italiano de calidad. Muchas pizzas, ensaladas y pastas. Carta de vinos. Frecuentado por los futbolistas del Valencia CF. Lambrusquería C/ Conde Altea, 31 -36 Tel: 96 334 07 53 Zona Playa

Birra & Blues Mare Nostrum, 34 Tel: 96 355 04 74 Movil: 605 900 656 www.birra& Alboraya By the beach! Very spacious, popular , legendary and authentic Italian restaurant with open-plan oven  pizza cooked in the classic, traditional way. Pasta and pizza galore! They now have their own brewed beer  including 'John Lee Hooker' as well as many of your favourite wines.  Lovely, relaxing interior  with terraces at the front and back and upstairs has a club for quality  live music and disco for relaxing after dinner from midnight onwards... Japanese

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Accapella C/ Conde Altea, 60 Tel: 96 3748424 A warm welcome from a family run restaurant. Well presented pasta and pizza dishes in relaxing and spacious surroundings.


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El Mexico de María (Zona Ruzafa) C/ Calle Denia, 20. Tel: 96 332 80 78 Friendly Mexican restaurant, superb homemade dishes. El Mexico de Maria has Mexican cuisine with years of culinary experience in Valencia with a fine combination of traditional and fusion Mexian cuisine for their loyal clientele. Lovely, cosy & colourful interior with lots of mexican decorations. Set in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Restaurante mejicano acogedor con platos caseros y cocina fusión y tradicional. Interior atractivo, situado en el barrio de moda de Ruzafa. Taquería el Burrito (Zona Carmen) C/ Alta,12 Tel: 96 113 36 08 100% authentic Mexican food. Set in the heart of the centro historico. Eat-in or takeway with delivery service too. Multi-bar

La Bona Estrella (Zona Carmen) Plaza Manises, 2 Tel: 96 0640548 Great! Quite new and very spacious multi-bar with wide variety of beers. Enjoy Spanish and Mediterranean dishes, live music, live sports and more. Enjoy red wines by the glass or bottle from Rioja, Utiel Requena, Ribera de Duero and white wine from D.O. Rueda and Rias Baixas. Open all day and everyday for Breakfast, lunch, dinner with starters including octopus, pork dishes and Greek salads too. Sardines or duck to enjoy as main dishes as well as good range of Spanish hams, cheeses, sausages and more. Live music jams every Thursday 20-30h - 22.30h. Intercambio English - Spanish every Monday 19.30h! flea markets every Tuesday at 23.30h! La Bona Estrella es un Multi-bar nuevo para desayunos, comidas y cenas, Mucho espacio y buena oferta de comida española y mediterránea. Jamones, quesos, chorizos, salchichones, ensaladas, carpaccios. Música en directo los jueves 20:30h. Intercambio Inglés - Castellano cada Lunes @19:30h. Mercados de pulga 23:30h cada Martes. Pizzeria

La Pizza del Carmen C/ Caballeros, 12 Tel: 96 391 9572

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Café Pessoa C/ Literato Azorin, 2 Tel: 96 341 75 14 Great! An authentic Portuguese café bar with lovely cocktails and trendy interior. Portuscale C/ Subida del Toledano, 6 Tel: 96 1 144 063 Authentic Portuguese cuisine with Portuguese owners. Quality burger bar

Mediterranea de Hamburguesas SL C/ Sueca, 45 Zona Ruzafa (46006) Tel: 96 3 21 05 31 Open from Monday to Sunday 7pm to 1.30am C/ San Fernando, 22 (near Mercado Central) Zona Centro (46001) Tel: 96 3 21 70 03 Open from Monday to Sunday 12pm to 1a.m. At Mediterranea Hamburguesas sl, quality is our trademark and what sets us apart. We choose to work with the best materials, with a freshness and distinctive quality too. We enhance each burger with touches of the Mediterranean. Our daily challenge is to be the best burger bar in Valencia. Burguer bar de alta calidad en zona centro y zona ruzafa. Ensaladas, carnes, opciones para celiacos.

face of globalization!!! Open every night and open midday from Thursdays to Sundays. 12 Hamburguesas de mucha calidad de ternera ecológica, sepia, feta, espinaca y más. Opciones entre pescado, vegetales y carne. Spanish / Valencian Zona Plaza Ayuntamiento

Carpe Diem C/ Martínez Cubells, 4 (off Passeig Ruzafa) Tel: 96 342 77 80, A genuine Spanish restaurant right in the centre of Valencia, on a mellow side street, dead easy to find! Friendly service, trendy interior, expert chefs and authentic Valencia cuisine! Enjoy fish dishes, Spanish tapas and rice dishes including paella on their mellow terraza as you watch the world go by. Savour their delicious salads, chilled white wines, and desserts. An international staff are on hand to help you with your choice. Enjoy their Tapas menu. Some of the best mediterranean dishes around. Restaurante Español con terraza amplia, ensaladas frescas, pescados y paella Valenciana.

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33 Lounge Restaurant C/ San Dionisio, 8 Tel: 96 392 41 61 Mediterranean tapas, expertly made fresh paella, homemade desserts and bossa nova soundtrack. Bar Kiosco C/ Derechos, 38 Tel: 96 391 01 59 Bodeguilla de Gato C/ Catalans, 10 Tel: 96 391 82 35 Carosel Taula de Canvis, 6 Tel: 96 1132 873 Dos Aguas C/ Marqués de Dos Aguas, 6 Tel: 96 251 64 26 Good value Spanish menu del días, great view. El Botijo C/ San Miguel s/n Spanish tasca in the Barrio Carmen! Great terraza, delicious tapas, a top ensaladilla rusa and great tabla de quesos too. Cool flamenco, rock and pop sounds, welcoming vibe and friendly Andalucian/Valencia owners. Perfect size portions and informed service. Be sure to try Valencian tinto no. 12!


COCINA MEDITERRÁNEA Y... DE MÁS SITIOS ¡¡¡paella every friday!!!

Mesclat C/ Beltran Bigorra, 10 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 306 58 52 Great! Mesclat (which is Valenciano for mixed) is a quality burger bar that gives you the chance to choose between meat, fish or vegetables and the ingredients that accompany your burger and the type of bread too. Black Angus, Wagyu, ecological veal from Avila, cuttlefish, King Prawn, feta cheese & spinach are just some of the choices on offer amongst 12 hamburgers to choose from. Each burger can be combined with 4 or more amongst 25 distinctive ingredients. Homemade sauces, piadinas, succulent salads all make this part of the experience of this ‘fast-good’ valenciano restaurant. Check out their carta of national and international beers and a fine selection of wines, which suits the most demanding of palates. Mesclat: the good

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La Cata (restaurante-pizzeriataberna selecta) Plaza Mariano Benlliure, 2 Tel: 96 0044 063 Great! Just off C/San Vicente and a stone’s throw from Plaza Ayuntamineto, so easy to find. Beautiful, relaxing and elegant terrace and authentic Spanish cuisine. Specialities include tapas like squid, tortilla, anchovies, gazpacho & octopus. Enjoy a Valencian Salad, patatas bravas, nice selection of hams & cheeses. Good choice of pizzas, select pastas and 5 types of lovely paellas as well as meats and tasty desserts like Tiramisu and ‘Flan de Huevo’. La Cata es un restaurante-taberna selecta española con una selecccion buenissima de tapas como pulpo, tortilla, anchoas y mucho mas ademas de 5 tipos de paellas, jamon, quesos selectos, carnes y postres deliciosas como tiramisu. Lotelito Valencia Rooms & Bar C/ Barcas, 13 Tel: 96 206 78 52 Breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails, live music. See report!


El Peix Daurat C/ Doctor Monserrat 14. Tel:.635 413 476. Open Monday- Saturday (13.30h – 16h), Wednesday – Saturday (20h – 24h), Closed Sunday. Wonderful lunch-time paella every Friday afternoon.Superb! By sheer word of mouth, this hidden gem of a restaurant has become a favourite of discerning customers. Chic & tasty Mediterranean cuisine and from around the world. Situated in a quiet street in the old centre, just 2 minute’s walk from Torres de Quart so easy to find. They use different techniques and cooking traditions to create Mediterranean dishes with their unique flavour. They now serve great pinchos & tapas. Cocina Mediterránea de buena calidad con toques de fusión y con servicio atento. Pinchos y tapas también. El Secreto de Boro Plaza Juan de Villarrasa, 6 bajo Tel: 96 3 215 566 / movil: 667 293 711 Cuisine from the Mercado Central by a Valencia chef. Just a stone’s

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El Pony Pisador C/ Zurradores, 7 (Near Plaza Santa Catalina) Tel: 638 196 289/ 635 849 390 Homemade Spanish food, rustic interior and run by a friendly Spanish couple. Try their Croquetas de Jamón Ibérico, artichokes, baby squid with paprika, strawberry cheese cake. In a quite corner of the Centro Histórico. Good selection of wines from 8€ to 16€. Menú del día 10€ including drink. Saturday & Sunday lunch 14€, drink extra. Dishes from 4.50€ to 7€. Authentic Spanish cuisine. Restaurante Español íntimo, rústico y con comida casera muy buena; rabo de toro, croquetas, jamón ibérico, calamares y más. En Bou Lounge Drink + Tapas Tel: 96 3922632 Enjoy Mediterranean cuisine with tapas, gourmet hamburgers and desserts.

Jacaranda Sensation Food Corretgeria, 33 Tel: 96 3 922 737 Set in the centro historico so easy to find. We had a wonderful lunch here with lovely, friendly service and tasty rice, fish, meat and salad dishes. It’s a wonderful Mediterranean fusion with artistic presentation in a modern yet warm setting. Cosmopolitan crowd and mellow terrace outside. Popular with locals and visitors. Menu del dia around 10€. Open Tuesday to Sunday: 9am – 4pm/ 8pm – 1am. Just a stone’s

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throw from the cathedral. Spanish owners who speak English. Jacarandã es una nueva experiencia gastronómica en el " Barrio del Carmen" de Valencia. Te invitamos a venir y sentir nuevas emociones con nuestra fusión de sabores perfectamente combinados que deleitarán los paladares más exigentes. La Carme C/ Soguers, 2 Tel: 96 392 2532 30 years old emblematic restaurant of the Barrio del Carmen with Mediterranean dishes and cosy yet spacious interior. La Pitanza C/ Quart, 5 Tel: 96 391 09 27

La Pilareta C/ Moro Zeit Tel: 96 391 04 97 Every major Spanish city has a tapas bar regarded as ‘quintessential’. Established in 1917, this one is high up on the list in many guides. Veteran waiters serve excellent tapas: habas, ensaladilla rusa and the famous mussels. Open daily midday to midnight just off Plaza Tossal, not hard to find. Now that’s what we call atmosphere... El bar de tapas más histórico en el centro de Valencia, especialidad en clóchinas, buenas habas y ensaladilla rusa.

L'Aplec C / Roteros, 9 (near Torres de Serranos) Movil: 696 119986 Bar - restaurant to go for tapas. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 12 noon to closing. Closed Monday. Spontaneous atmosphere, friendly and fun. Home cooking. Drinks and hot tapas


with a hint of fun. New and easy to find as it is just a stoneʼs throw from the Torres de Serranos. Nice and spacious interior too! L' Aplec now has a great terrace with a varied menu for just 10€ with drink included, from Tuesday to Saturday. Enjoy their homemade, fresh and authetic paella that changes from meat to fish to vegetable choices available from Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Sunday has paella by the ration along with your classic Spanish tapas. Gay & Lesbian friendly. Tapas caseras, divertidas, servicio amable y buenas paellas de jueves a domingo. Muy cerca de Torres de Serranos. Auténticamente español y abierto a todos. La Lola C/ Subida de Toledano, 8 Tel: 96 391 80 45, This is ‘nueva cocina española’! Authentic live flamenco every week. Las Damas C/ Damas, 3 Tel: 96 352 12 97 La Surcusal C/ Guillem de Castro, 118 (at IVAM) Tel: 96 374 66 65 La Xirgu C/ dels Borja, 4 Tel: 96 392 27 35 Mard’avellanes C/ Avellanas, 9 Tel: 96 392 51 66 Classy, creative & fresh Mediterranean cuisine in an exclusive, intimate restaurant in a quiet street near Plaza Reina. Maria Mandiles Plaza Manises, 2 Tel: 96 04 60 57 We've opened a new Maria Mandiles!!! ...Just next to the Palacio de la Generalitat in the heart of Valencia, we've opened a new space with a new decoration, new menu, new terrace and new Maria Mandiles... It's going to leave you with your mouth open!!...2 restaurants, 2 terraces, the same charm & delight & philosophy and the same way of working...We're waiting for you!! Maria Mandiles C/ del Padre Huérfanos, 2 Tel: 96 315 48 84 A wonderful choice. In the heart of the historic centre in a tranquil square by the church of El Carmen, next to a garden, you will find the restaurant Maria Mandiles. With an ample terrace, you can enjoy tapas, fondues, cheeses, salads, homemade desserts, a variety of sangrias, cocktails, and ‘Agua de Valencia’ too. Lunchtime menu from Monday to Friday for 10.50€ with everything included. Saturdays and Sundays at lunchtime has paella for 6.50€. Typical price for evening dinner is 18€. Open all day from 10am to 01.30am. En pleno centro histórico con una amplia terraza, donde poder disfrutar de sus montados, fondues, ensaladas, quesadillas, postres caseros, variedad de sangrías, cocteles y agua de Valencia. Mattilda Resto Bar C/ Roteros, 212 Tel: 96 392 31 68 Just a brief walk from Torres de Serranos in the renowned restaurant zone of

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NOVEMBER 13 24/ 7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Calle Roteros. This is a modern & trendy fusion/ creative chill out restaurant with ingredients fresh from Mercado Central. Mediterraniart C/ del Mar, 29 Tel: 96 0 715 790 Great! Open very day of the week, Mediterraniart is an authentic and elegant Valencia chill out bar/restaurant run by a friendly, young and experienced team. Nou Carxofa C/ Baja, 42 Tel: 96 391 02 98 Ocho y Medio Plaza Lope de Vega, 5 Tel: 96 392 20 22 Paparazzi C/ Baja, 42 Tel. 96 315 45 88 New! Set in a quiet corner of the atmospheric old town. Run by a friendly and experienced owner, enjoy wonderful homemade Mediterranean cooking including; Lasagna, Parmigiana, Canellones, Pasta and a lot more !!!!! Business groups and romantic couples are all welcome. Tasty Menu for 14€ every evening. Closed Sunday night and all day Monday. De martes a sábado menú mediterráneo por 14€ con ingredientes frescos y buena presentación y buen servicio. Interior agradable. Racó el falleret Guillem de Castro, 114 Tel: 96 064 28 72 New and authentic Spanish restaurant with traditional Valencian cuisine. Just a stone’s throw from IVAM. Refugio Restaurante del Carmen C/ Alta, 42 Tel: 96 391 77 54 A warm and authentic Mediterranean fusion restaurant with touches of Asia and a new carta, too. See ‘Something Different’ for more details.

Vintara Plaza de la Reina, 19 Tel: 96 392 41 85 Great paella is available from Monday to Friday.

barbecue ‘parrilladas’ with hamburgers to enjoy too. Good value prices too. Restaurante ubicado en Conde Altea, Canovas, donde podras disfrutar de tapas, las mejores parrilladas y hamburguesas de la ciudad, ya que contamos con parrilla al carbon perfecta para dare el mejor gusto a todas tus comidas. Precios solidarios Zona Patraix

Café Taberna “El Caracol” C/ Archiduque Carlos, 20 Moviles: 639761257 / 657532275 New! Traditonal & multicultural tapas & pinchos. Vegetarian cuisine, homemade desserts & sunny, warm terrace. Something Different

Yuso C / de la Cruz, 4 izquierda Tel: 96 315 39 67 The real deal. Valencian chefs and Valencian staff. Superb paella, arròs en fesols i naps, arroz a banda, patatas bravas, salads and more. Classy Valencian restaurant by the old Arabic wall near Torres de Serranos. Homemade food. About 18€ a head.Restaurante auténtico valenciano, con cocineros valencianos, paella, arròs en fesols i naps, arroz a banda y más. Muy popular con grupos. Se recomienda reservar. Zona Jesús

Refugio Restaurante del Carmen C/ Alta, 42 Tel: 96 391 7754 The ‘Cooking Revolution’! Refugio is truly a restaurant of the Carmen. Run by a warm, bohemian Valencian couple with years of culinary experience this is now a Mediterranean fusion restaurant with International cuisine. Warm, wooden interior with intimate corners. Tapas Bars

Blanquita (Zona Carmen) PL. Dr. Collado, 8 46001.Valencia Tlf. 637556321 Great Terraza and wide selection of tapas.

La Mora Taberna C/ San Francisco de Borja, 1 Tel: 96 3 81 39 59 www, 46007 Off the beaten track. Smart interior, pleasant terraza and friendly service. Zona Canovas

Tintofino Ultramarino C/ Corretgeria, 38 Tel: 96 315 39 64 Like a fine wine? Oh, that’s superb! Tapas, cheese, and meat too! Tinto fino is a wonderful, classy tapas bar restaurant with an extensive collections of 50 wines from Spain & Italy as well as delicious tapas from the mediterranean. Live acoustic music every Wednesday. Tapas españolas e italianas de calidad, interior acogedor y amplia selección de vinos.

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Coco Pazzo Conde de Altea, 51 Movil: 717 12 22 35 New! Set in the cosmopolitan Canovas restaurant where you can enjoy Spanish / Mediterranean tapas and delicious & authentic

Dehesa Santa Maria (Zona Canovas) C/ Gran Via del Marques del Turia, 76 (corner of Plaza Canovas) Tel: 96 065 06 40 / Reservations: 96 0 65 06 41 Wonderful setting in the highly popular, upmarket and cosmopolitan Canovas zone. This is a well-established and authentic Spanish Tapas bar-restaurant specializing in quality Spanish ‘Iberico’ products so you can savour the best hams, cheeses & sausages to go with your wine or beer. Real quality Spanish food and drink with a quality clientele too. Friendly service, lovely terrace and clean & polished interior. Delicious desserts! Tapas bar de alta calidad con productos ibéricos, jamones, quesos, postres deliciosos.

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will surprise you for their delicious taste and lovely presentation. This is a vanguard Spanish tapas bar and open to all ages and backgrounds. Expect to pay around 20€. Tapas de calidad, hamburguesas gourmet, pinchos, postres deliciosos, muy cerca de Plaza Reina.

El Olivo Taberna Plaza del Árbol, 4 (end of C/ Baja) Tel: 96 391 70 87 Authentic Spanish tapas in the historic centre. Highly popular with alternative crowd and visitors. Amongst their many specialities you will find artichokes, homemade croquettes, grilled sardines, fried prawns, octopus, cured ham, a selection of cheeses and much more. All tapas are made in the moment, which means you can take your time over a glass of wine or beer. Auténtico bar de tapas español con dueño de familia andaluza con alcachofas, croquetas, sardinas, opciones vegetarianas y mucho más. Popular con gente alternativa, gente del barrio y visitantes. Excelente terraza. Gilda C/ Esendra, 9 (corner Plaza Viriato) (Zona Carmen) Gilda is an original resto lounge just a brief few steps from the Torres de Quart (Quart Towers). La Comisaría (Zona Carmen) Tapas y copas ilegales Pl. Arbol, 5 (corner C/ Baja) Tel: 96 391 07 39 Price per person around 15/22€. Multilingual chef.

San Miguel C/ San Miguel, 7 Tel: 96 392 31 29 Classy. In the heart of the historic centre, San Miquel has a tapas bar, a wonderful terrace and authentic traditional cuisine including paella and other rice dishes. En el corazón del centro histórico San Miguel es un bar de tapas con una terraza agradable y platos tradicionales de arroz como Paella y más.

Sarao C/ Carlos Cervera, 22 (Zona Ruzafa) Tel: 96 3 25 63 68 18h till late. During week. Open from 11am from Fri-Sun Open Tuesday to Sunday from 18h during week. Set in the cosmopolitan barrio of Ruzafa, Sarao is a slice of the real Spain. At this Spanish taberna you can enjoy great wines like Damajuana or Malavida as well cañas of beer like Alhambra, accompanied with typical, delicious Andalusian tapas (salmorejo, ham, cheeses and more) for just 2.50€. A warm welcome to make you feel at home. Live flamenco & dancing every weekend. We had a great time there. Open all summer. En Sarao hay vinos, Damajuana o Malavida, así como sus cañas Alhambra, acompañado de sus tapas típicas andaluzas (salmorejo, jamón serrano, quesos...), tan solo por 2.50 euros. Su tablao andaluz nos transporta al corazón de andalucía en pleno centro de Ruzafa. Vegan/Vegetarian

Mar Cuatro - Tapas & Burguers (Zona Carmen) C/ del Mar, 4 Tel: 96 391 43 50 Great! Valencian owned and run. Just off Plaza Reina so really easy to find. A fresh, modern and relaxing space to enjoy a wide range of quality tapas, gourmet hamburgers, unique and top notch hotdogs, skewer recipes with different tastes and textures. Savour delish desserts in crystal pots that

copenhagen (Zona Ruzafa) Literato Azorin, 8 Tel: 96 3 28 99 28 Kimpira Organic restaurant C/ Convento San Francisco, 5 Tel: 96 3 92 34 22 Macrobiotic and vegan food with organic ingredients, Just a stone’s throw from Plaza Ayuntamiento. We had a great lunch here. La Tastaolletes (Zona Carmen) C/ Salvador Giner, 6


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Santa Companya (Zona Carmen) C/ Roteros, 21 Tel: 96 392 22 59 Classy. Long established and just a stone’s throw from the Torres de Serranos in the centro historico.

SHOPPING On the whole, the Carmen clothes shops are more alternative. The Colón stores tend to be high street names. Zona Plaza Ayuntamiento

Little America (Food and Drinks) C/ Musico Peydro, no 54 (next to Plaza Ayuntamiento) 46001 Movil: 607 231 006 Facebook Valencialittleamerica Horario: De Lunes a Sábado de 10:00 a 20:30 Very near to Plaza Ayuntamiento so easy to get to. This shop specializes in food and drink imported from the U.S.A. like: Jack Links Beef Jerky, Pringles, Pop Secret, Aunt Jemima, Marshmallow Fluff, Jif Peanut Butter, Jack Daniel's, Taco Bell, Campbell's, Hershey´s, Reese's, Wonka, Skittles, Betty Crocker y much more. Products also include: coca cola Vainilla, coca cola cherry, mountain dew, Root Beer, Dr Pepper, Kool-Aid, Coffeemate, Kellogg's Pop Tarts, Kellog’s Froot Loops, General Mills Lucky Charms, Skippy Peanut Butter, Hershey's Chocolate Syrup, Jack Daniel's BBQ Sauce, Butterfinger, Hershey Kisses Milk, Reese's Peanut Butter Big Cup, Wonka Nerds. Tienda expecializada en alimentos y bebidas importadas de Estados Unidos. Cerca de Plaza Ayuntamiento. Con servicio experto y amable. Tenemos primeras marcas comercializadas en USA Zona El Carmen

Aloe Vera Pl. Vicente Iborra, 3 Tel: 96 3926183 A. Jazze Vintage C/ Baja, 30 Facebook: AJAZZEVINTAGE

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NOVEMBER 13 24/ 7 VALENCIA LISTINGS A. Jazze Vintage is a cosy vintage store where you can find all kinds of little treasures. From fine clothing and Antique accessories to a great selection of Import Jazz on Vinyl. Indigo Calle Corretgeria, 4 – b izq 46001 Valencia Beautiful. Just off Plaza Reina so easy to find, Indigo is a quality shop with ethnic jewellery. Madame Bugalú C/Danzas, 3 Tel: 96 315 44 76 Chic! Monki C/ Calatrava 11, bajo Tel: 96 392 45 16, Plou i Fa Sol Plaza Musico Lopez Chavarri Nº7 Bajo, 46003,Valencia. Tel: 963919797 Charming organic shop in the heart of El Carmen. Soho del Carmen Calle Derechos 33, Valencia Tel: 96 391 2463 SoHo del Carmen is unique, because clothing and accessories are bought, sold and traded locally with store customers. Bring in your former favorites for trade or cash on the spot! Our ever-changing inventory includes designer labels, vintage, jeans, leather, current basics and one-of-a-kind items. You'll also find brand new merchandise and accessories. We offer prices starting at 3€ and one of our best sellers LEVI'S at 10€.


Happy Apartments C/ Pintor Domingo, 8 Movil: 34 692 289 499 Happy Apartments Valencia is specialized in renting apartments in Valencia by the day for luxurious touristic stays. The beautiful apartments are located in the heart of the historic center of Valencia close to all important sight. Our new and comfortable apartments also come with the possibility of customized services and therefore combine the comfort of an hotel with the independence of staying in an individual apartment. Alquiler de apartamentos turísticos confortables, modernos en el corazón del centro histórico de Valencia junto, con la posibilidad de servicios personalizados , ideales  para  combinar la comodidad de un hotel con la independencia de alojarse en un apartamento individual. BEAUTY & HEALTH CARE Oblivium C/ Hospital, 6 Tel: 96 392 61 59, Oblivium is a relaxation centre specialized in flotation therapy and situated a 4-minute walk from Plaza del Ayuntamiento. BIKE HIRE Orange Bikes C/ Guillem Sorolla, 1 Tel: 96 391 75 51,

Loved Books C/ Tapineria, 18 (near Plaza Reina) Tel: 639 740 746 / 607 485 370 Facebook KandABooks Please support your local second-hand bookshop. Plenty of titles in English and more. Good value books. The Best New and Used Second-Hand Bookshop in Downtown Valencia. Books in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Dutch. If you buy a book you can bring it back and get 20% discount on your next book. Los Mejores Libros Nuevos y Usados en el Centro de la Ciudad. Libros en Inglés, Alemán, Francés, Italiano, Español y Holandés. Si compras un libro obtendras un 20% de descuento en tu siguiente libro. Rana Books Av. Reino de Valencia, 15 46005 Valencia, Spain Tel: +34 96 332 81 28 Rana Books is Valencia's newest English bookshop. It has a huge variety of books for adults, children and Teachers. Slaughterhouse Librería y cafetería. C/ Denia 22 - 46006 Valencia 963287755 One of Valencia’s hippest hang-outs in the bohemian Ruzafa barrio. Now with Tapas. COOL DESIGN


Flats2enjoy Plaza Mossen Sorell 10 Movil: 652398090 Email: info@flats2enjoy Alejandro@flats2enjoy Experienced business dedicated to finding accommodation for students and holidaymakers. Empresa dedicada al alojamiento para estudiantes y vacacional. La forma mas facil de disfrutar de tu estancia en Valencia


Dr Sax (Beat & Books) El Doctor Sax (Beat & Books) Calle Quart 21 Come to Doctor Sax (beat & books), the first ‘beat’ library in Valencia.

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jueves 7 noviembre 19.00h Europa League Sankt Gallen – Valencia sábado 9 nov Athletic Bilbao – Levante 20.00h domingo 10 nov Valencia – Valladolid 17.00h domingo 24 nov Levante – Villarreal 12.00h Elche – Valencia 19.00h jueves 28 nov Europa League Swansea – Valencia 21.05h viernes 29 nov Getafe – Levante 20.00h domingo 1 dic Valencia – Osasuna 19.00h w/e 8 dic: Copa del Rey jueves 12 dic Europa League Valencia – Kuban Krasnodar 19.00h VALENCIA CF Mestalla stadium, Aragón/ Facultats metro, lots of buses incl. 9, 10, 12, 29, 30, 31, 32, 41, 79, 80. Tickets on sale from the stadium, club souvenir shops, La Caixa, Ticketmaster and selected tobacconists. Season tickets from €200. EL from €5. LEVANTE UD Ciudad de Valencia stadium, 11/70 bus, Machado metro, Estadi del Llevant tram. Tickets available at ground on matchday and in advance from Levanteud. com. Season tickets from €160.

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Levante CC are a new cricket club based in Valencia that have regular league games with teams throughout Spain and also welcome touring sides to the city. The club train most Thursday evenings at the Camp de Beisbol in the riverbed, start time 8pm. New members welcome. Jason: 654071182 Barry: 652291897


La niña los peines (Zona Carmen) C/ Santo Tomas, 24 Tel: 96 392 52 82 Fantastic hair salon that is renowned in the city where highly experienced professional experts get to the essence of each person’s head of hair for the cut you are truly looking for. Combining health, pleasure and imagination there are a wide range of services, cuts, colours, styles available. They are make up experts who have worked with a number of film directors, designers and photographers too. There is also an erotic corner for customers… “La Niña Los Peines mueve las tijeras y zapatea, afina el tono de los colores cuidadosamente, mima tu melena mientras te la modela al ritmo de tus deseos. Y en el gabinete de belleza te arregla de la cabeza a los piés. Calidad Schwarzkopf, trabajo cuidado y trato personal ¡Óle!”

Hotel Las Arenas ***** Eugenia Viñes 22-24 Tel. 963 120 600 Hotel Meliá Valencia Palacio de Congresos***** Avenida Cortes Valencianas, 52 Tel: 902 14 44 40 Lotelito Valencia Rooms & Bar Rooms/ Apartments/Free Wi-Fi C/ Virues, 6 (corner C/Barcas) Tel: 96 306 09 30 Neptuno **** C/ Paseo de Neptuno, 2 Tel: 96 356 77 77 Petit Palace Germanías *** C/ Sueca, 14 Tel: 96 351 36 38 Purple Nest Hostel Valencia Plaza Tetuan, 5 Tel: (34) 96 353 25 61 Red Nest Hostel Valencia Calle de La Paz, 36 Tel: (34) 96 3 427 168 Sercotel Sorolla Palace**** las Cortes Valencianas,58 46015 Valencia (ESPAÑA) Tel: 961 868 700 Fax: 96 186 87 05 INTERCAMBIO / QUIZ

HEALTH Pilates Classes Movil: 687605722 Personal Trainers specialising in Pilates techniques for single or double classes. Reformer in our studio or at your home. Marta & Mike. 'YOGA TRAINING & RETREATS IN VALENCIA COMMUNITY’ Bodhiyoga yoga teacher training learn to teach: HOSTELS Home (Zona Carmen) Pl. Vicente Iborra Tel: 96 391 37 97 C/ La Lonja, 4 Tel: 96 391 62 29 Two of the funkiest hostels in town, set in the heart of the centro histórico. Hostal Antigua Morellana (Zona Carmen) C/ En Bou, 2 Tel: 96 391 57 73 Single: 45-55€, Double: 55-65€. Hostal El Rincón (Zona Carmen) C/ Carda 11 Tel: 96 391 79 98 / 96 391 60 83 Single: 10-13€, Double: 18-24€ Quart Youth Hostel C/ Guillem de Castro, 64 Tel: 96 3 270 101 The River Hostel Valencia (Zona Carmen) Plaza del Temple, 6

Cafe infinito (C/ Porta Mas y Ros, 35 / tel: 617 27 20 42) - Music quiz / Sundays@21.30h... Dublin House ( Plaza del Patriarca, 6 / tel: 96 394 49 09) - Language exchange / Thursday @20.00h... Lab2( C/ Hierba, 4 / tel: 96 391 2716) - English - Spanish - Tuesdays @20.00h - 22.00h La bona estrella (Plaza Manises, 2 Tel: 96 0640548) Intercambio English - Spanish every Monday 19.30h. Laboratorio 1 (Pl. Cors de la Mare de Deu, 3/ tel: 96 392 61 93) - German - Spanish Wednesdays @20.00h - 22.00h La Dehesa de Santa Maria (Gran Via, 76) English-Spanish exchange night / Wednesdays@20.00h Portland Ale House ( C/ Salamanca, 10 / tel: 96 3 810 406) Language exchange - Tuesdays @20.00h ...

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calidad con profesores nativos y cursos para niños y adultos a todos los niveles. También castellano, francés, alemán. Traducciones excelentes. Preparación exámenes. Lenguas Vivas (near Ángel Guimerá) C/ Palleter 43 - 45 - Tel: 963821058. An increasingly popular academy which offers Spanish, English, French, Italian and Chinese courses/translations.


Alfa We have a relocation and property service. Flats, houses and chalets for sale and to rent within a 30km radius of the city. Let us know what you are looking for, chances are we will already have something to suit on our books - but if we don’t we’ll find it for you. Valencia Property Tel: 96 166 28 92 Finding you more than just a home in Valencia. Get the lifestyle information too. STATIONER / PAPELERIA

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� Spanish Courses � English Courses � Translations � Language Exchange � Business Classes � Group/Private Classes Alfa Language Centre (close to Levante UD football stadium) C/ Motilla de Palancar, 33. Tel: 961 336 658 Facebook: Alfa Language Centre A popular language school offering English and Spanish lessons in a very welcoming and friendly environment. Limited places. Exam preparation – DELE and Cambridge exams. Experienced and native teachers. Alfa es una academia de idiomas que ofrece cursos de inglés y español. Grupos reducidos. Plazas limitadas. Profesorado experimentado y nativo.

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Soleã Spanish School Soleã Spanish School C/ Eugenia Viñes, 115 / www. Tel: +34 645060968/ + 34 654578345 We are a family Spanish School located opposite to the beach Las Arenas. Our classes promote what is being learned in the classroom in real life situations. Because a language is not just about grammar but also a meaning to communicate the language. We offer Intensive Courses, Extensive Courses for Erasmus and Expats, Courses for Groups and Group Seniors, Special bonus for One to One classes (2 students) and DELE preparation. Soleã is waiting to meet you! Somos una escuela familiar situada frente al mar. Nuestras clases promueven la práctica de lo aprendido en el aula en situaciones reales. Porque un idioma no es sólo gramática, sino un medio para comunicar la cultura. ¡Soleã te espera! LAURIA 14 Lauria 14 (Zona Ayuntamiento) C/ Roger de Lauria, 14 P1 1ºA Mobile: 656 824 864 Zaida Marcos is a highly experienced psychic consultant. Services range from readings, private consultations, rituals, chakra cleansing, business and prosperity workshops and much more. Call for a consultation. Zaida Marcos es una psíquica profesional con mucha experiencia. Sanación de chacras, talleres de éxito en negocio, y mucho más.

DEO Papeleria Arturo Manuel ARTURO MANUEL (TU PAPELERIA EN VALENCIA DESDE 1955)   GV Fernando el Católico 29      Tel: 96 384 51 75 48008 Valencia   Excellent Stationer. Well situated on Gran Via Fernando El Catolico. Serving happy customers since 1955. Long established Stationer including Files, Writing paper, Drawing Paper, Office furniture, Chairs, Printing, Cartridge, Agendas, Ergonomics. Best brands: Moleskine, Filofax, MontBlanc, Piquadro, Delta, FaberCastell, Caran D’Ache, Pantone, etc. Very spacious, quality products and helpful service. ARTURO MANUEL, TU PAPELERIA EN VALENCIA DESDE 1955. Todo lo que necesitas en: Archivo, Papelería, Escritura, Bellas Artes, Máquinas de Oficina, Sillas, Imprenta, Suministros de Oficina, Cartuchos, Agendas y Ergonomía. Las mejores marcas: Moleskine, Filofax, MontBlanc, Piquadro, Delta, FaberCastell, Caran D'Ache, Pantone, etc.


Glenburn School of English C/ Doctor Modesto Cogollos 6 y 8 Tel: 96 393 35 88 English school with welcoming atmosphere and experienced native staff offers courses at all levels for adults and children and prepares students for FCE, proficiency and E.O.I. exams. Offers Spanish for foreigners, French and German. Excellent translation. Academia inglesa de


Panach C/ Borrull, 5 Tel: 96 315 6681 Zona Botanico Wonderful opticians with eye examination as part of the service. PROPERTY This is Valencia Tel: 622 230 597


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Plaza Jaime Roig 1, Calle Marc Corneli, 46160 LLIRIA, Spain Tel: 96 279 3142 Open Monday – Thursday 10.00h – 15.00h / Fridays 10.00h – 19.00h / Saturdays 10.30h – 14.30h / Sundays in December (1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd) 11h – 14h Email: “British supermarket with a touch of Irish. Supermercado británico con un toque de irlanda.” Accompaniments & Condiments, Bacon, Sausages etc, Beans, Peas, Spaghetti, Tinned Veg etc, Biscuits, Crisps and Cakes, Breakfast Cereals Bread, Crumpets etc. Cooking Sauces - Ethnic Cooking Sauces - Other & Sauce Mixes, Dairy and Cold Meats, Desserts, Drinks - Cold Drinks and much more! Vegetarian food like Quorn now available. Books & music too. TEACHER & INTERPRETER

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Clinica Veterinaria Mandor Plaza de la estacion n5, (next to train station), La Eliana, 46183 Facebook Centro Veterinario Mandor. For appointments, tel: 962741772, 626487281 Full veterinary services. GOOD ENGLISH SPOKEN (13 years working in the UK), vet Victoria Gallego Perez speaks English & Spanish. We offer this summer a 25% discount in our grooming parlour and DENTAL HEALTH CAMPAIGN with free dental check up and reduced price DESCALING procedures. Veterinario con mucha experiencia al lado de estación de tren de L' Eliana, descuentos en verano. VIOLIN & GUITAR MAKER / LUTHIER


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David Merchan Luthier (Construction, reparation, restoration and string instruments for sale) C/ Guillem de Castro, no 58 bajo ducha (Zona Carmen) 46001 Valencia Building, repairing and restoration of string instruments: violins, violas, cellos, double basses, baroque instruments, classical guitars. Construcción, reparación y restauración de instrumentos.

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EXPULSION OF THE MORISCOS In 1609 a cruel and traumatic turn of events saw one third of the Valencian population expelled from Spain never to return. “La Expulsión de los Moriscos” (Morisco being a Spanish Muslim who had converted to Catholicism) changed the make-up and even the landscape of the Valencian community dramatically and forever. Three centuries earlier, King Jaime I of Aragon had captured the city of Valencia from the Muslims and had signed a treaty with the defeated king Zayyan. Amongst other things, the treaty recognised the Muslim population’s right to stay in the city, maintaining their language and religion in return for allegiance to King Jaime and observance and respect for the new Christian laws. Such tolerance didn’t last for too long and it was soon obvious that the Muslims would only be accepted if they played along with the ruling Christian elite. The Koran permits its followers who live amongst ‘enemies’, or those who would put themselves in danger if their faith were to be revealed, to hide their beliefs, complying when possible with Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia

the demands of their religion in secret and even practicing other religions. In most circumstances, this seemed to be the best option for any Muslims living in Valencia throughout the three hundred or so years after the conquest. Most Christian converts or ‘Moriscos’ lived as Christians for the world outside their front door. They spoke Valencian or Castilian, were baptised and married in Christian churches and they had Christian names. They would even celebrate the Christian saints, drink some wine and eat the odd bit of jamón (something, of course, a Valencian would never see as a sacrifice). Their true religion was practised behind closed doors. Secretly, or at least very discreetly, they would keep their Muslim names, often speak Arabic, observe their own ceremonies, make their prayers and eat meat that had been prepared and slaughtered according to their traditions. This sort of double life went on from generation to generation for nearly three and a half centuries. These people lived in peace with their Christian neighbours and there were

few or no physical or racial differences to speak of. They all, for the most part, descended from the Ibero-Romans who had been invaded by first the Goths and then the Moors yet, as the descendants of Muslims, they remained an underclass. This stiffened their resolve to keep their true religion alive in their homes. They felt that this was their land and it had been taken from them, a land that the Muslims had previously ruled for nearly 800 years. When Muslim Barbary pirates attacked the Valencia coast, some Moriscos would secretly celebrate the attacks and some even collaborated with the corsarios like the infamous Dragut ‘the Admiral’, still remembered in the folklore of places like Cullera for his ferocious assaults on the town. Predictably, rumours soon spread that these ‘new Christians’ were a fifth column living amongst the people of Spain ready to help invaders from Turkey or North Africa. Some things never change, do they? Gradually these feelings became stronger and more prevalent and, in 1582, Phillip II

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raised the question of expulsion of the Moriscos. This didn’t happen at once, there was much debate about how the ‘problem’ could be solved. Some of the suggestions bandied about show the scale of the growing hatred towards the Morisco population. In 1587 Martín de Salvatierra, the pious and god-fearingly charitable bishop of Segorbe, proposed they should all be castrated and shipped off to Terranova (Newfoundland). That same year Doctor Hidalgo, a prior of the Order of Calatrava, suggested they should all be put on a boat to America which would not be sufficiently seaworthy to complete the crossing and the problem could be ‘washed away’ at sea. It wasn’t until 1609, with clergymen frothing at the mouth and getting more and more excited as they thought up ever more dastardly plans for the Moriscos, that the order for their expulsion was finally signed by the new King, Phillip III. And the first place they’d be expelled from was to be Valencia. More Moriscos (around 126,000) lived here than any other part of Spain. Not everybody was carried along with the push to see the back of the Muslim descendants. In Valencia in particular there were dissenting voices, but not necessarily out of feelings of brotherly love. This was going to be an economic disaster for the Reino de Valencia. Thirty-six per cent of the population of the Valencia kingdom were ‘Moriscos’ and most of them occupied the lands in the mountainous interior where farming was more difficult and yielded less, earning a meagre living which would be unacceptable to even the poorest Christians. The Valencian aristocracy protested: “Who would work these lands?” and, more importantly, “Who

would pay the rents after the expulsion?” Two Valencia landowners, Felipe Boil of Manises and Juan Blanes de Berenguer of Canet went to Madrid to ask the court to reconsider. Some Valencians, however, took a different view. Juan de Ribera, the archbishop of Valencia, was a staunch supporter of the expulsion. He was more of a soldier and politician than a religious man and showed little mercy to the Morisco population but, not all that surprisingly for the times, he was later made a saint. He is still venerated in Valencia and became known as the ‘Patriarch’ with the Plaza del Patriarca in the city centre named after him. On 22 September 1609, the decree of expulsion was published in Valencia with Aragon, Catalonia, Navarra and Castile to follow. The Valencian Moriscos were given just three days to make their way to their designated port and await a ship to take them out of the country. They were allowed to take their money and any property they could carry. Anything they couldn’t carry they had to sell at knock-down prices, as everyone knew they were desperate to sell. On the road and at the ports they were given no protection and suffered constant attacks of violence and abuse. They were easy prey to bandits who knew they were carrying all their worldly possessions. Everything was meticulously planned. For some reason, right through history, cold bureaucracy seems to come into its own when it comes to crimes against humanity. Ships of the Spanish and Italian Navy were waiting at the designated ports (Alicante, Jávea / Xàbia, Valencia, Moncófar / Moncofa and Vinzaroz / Vinaròs) along with other merchant ships hired out for the purpose. Many of them took the opportunity to

rob the Moriscos as soon as they got out of the port. From 1 October to the middle of January, 111,396 people were transported out of the Valencia region. Before the expulsion, the population of Muslim descendants in the region was around 126,000. Some had escaped and children under six years old were exempt, but most of the 15,000 difference was made up of people who’d been murdered on their way to the ports. In just a matter of months, the Kingdom of Valencia had lost 36% of its population and it would take more than a century to return to the population figures of 1609. The interior mountain regions where the Moriscos had cultivated the land became deserted and more than 200 villages disappeared forever. As for the Moriscos themselves, in many cases they found even more suffering at the end of the journey. Many of them were imprisoned, killed or sold as slaves when they arrived at the Muslim countries they were sent to. The powerful Turkish Empire took no interest in their plight. Morocco was immersed in a civil war and they were attacked and robbed by nomad tribes in Algeria. One place they were well received was Tunisia, where they settled, especially in the Tesur Valley, and made a significant contribution to the country. This was one of the darkest moments in Spanish history but, despite this cruel attempt to eradicate it, the influence of the Islamic civilisation is still evident in modern Spain in its language, traditions and culture 400 years after the expulsion.

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VALENCIA’S INCONSISTENCY Valencia fans came into October full of expectation and anticipation. The team had won three consecutive league games in the latter part of September and conceded only one goal in the process. A well-earned draw against Athletic Bilbao at the new San Mamés stadium in the first game of October further endorsed that feeling. In that match Valencia had taken the lead through Banega just before half -time and only a late equaliser from Rico gave the Basque side a share of the spoils. The following weekend several Los Chés players were on international duty, so Djukic used the empty space in the fixture calendar to get his fringe players some much-needed match practice. The Tuesday before the final games for World Cup qualification took place, a relatively strong side went to play local club Burjassot CF as part of their centenary celebrations. Around 2000 local fans turned out to see Valencia play the Regional Preferente Group 2 club and the visitors ran out 7-1 victors. Dani Parejo skippered the side and Paco Alcácer, Fede and Piatti were amongst the scorers. It was then back to league action for Valencia and it was the turn of Real Sociedad to grace Mestalla. Sociedad have made a disappointing start to their campaign and for many of the

home fans this was a chance for a little revenge. There was still a bitter taste lingering around Mestalla by the manner which Sociedad had snatched the final Champions League spot away from Valencia on the final day of last season. Unfortunately, the Basques had other ideas regarding payback and the dazzling French under-21 international Antoine Greizmann dominated the game for the visitors… allowing Sociedad to head back north with all three points, and a well-deserved 2-1 away victory. The only shining light in the game was Pabón scoring his first league goal for Valencia with virtually the last kick of the game to halve the deficit. The Europa League match with St. Gallen of Switzerland was the next competitive match to take place at Mestalla, and Djukic rang the changes by giving starts to Bernat, Romeo, Piatti, Fede and Alcácer. All five players have had little or no league playing time and all performed admirably in one of Valencia’s best performances of the season to date. Romeo looked particularly comfortable playing just in front of the back four, and Alcácer looked very sharp from the start, as highlighted with his quick response to a rebound that put Valencia in the lead after just 10 minutes. Two other first-half goals from Fede and one from Ricardo Costa made the match as good as over after 45 minutes. Canales added a fifth before Nater gave St. Gallen a consolation goal as the game entered its final quarter. The opposition were not the best but the home side clinically disposed

of the Swiss challenge, to put their Europa League assault firmly back on track. Valencia CF currently lie behind Swansea in second place on six points, one point behind the Welsh side, but three ahead of Gallen and five points better off than Russian side Kuban Krasnodar. With three games left for each of the four clubs, and two teams qualifying for the business end of the competition, Valencia look well-placed to progress. The following Sunday Los Chés took the short journey to El Madrigal and a confrontation with local rivals Villarreal. Fede and Bernat kept their place in the team after good showings against St. Gallen, whilst Romeo, Alcácer and Piatti were unfortunate to find themselves on the bench. Valencia once again showed their inconsistency and defensive frailties as they were easily brushed aside by the ‘Yellow Submarine’. The former Spurs star Giovani dos Santos, who was a transfer target for Valencia last summer, was the main architect in the downfall, scoring two of his team’s four goals as they ran out convincing winners. Defender Ricardo Costa again scored for Valencia to give him three league goals for the season, just one goal behind Jonas and level with centreforward Postiga. Pressure was again piling up on Djukic from the press and fans alike for a positive result. Bottom of the table Almería would seem like the perfect chance to break the two-game losing streak in the league and get everyone back on side with some exciting football. Things started well with Jonas converting a dubious penalty just after the half hour

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mark, but a string of missed chances and two counter-attacking strikes from Almería gave the visitors from Andalusia their first victory of the season and three points. Howls of derision came from the fans after the game but they tended to vent their anger vocally towards the Valencia sporting director Braulio Vázquez rather than the manager Djukic. Either way, both positions look precarious. The president of Valencia Football Club Amadeo Salvo had previously stated his public support for Djukic but that now seems to be wavering. With Salvo away in China meeting with the real estate company Dalian Wanda regarding investment into the club, any immediate decision on the pair’s future was put on ice. This gave Djukic time to prepare for the next game, away to Getafe, and with skipper Ricardo Costa declaring the team were firmly behind the manager, Valencia strode into the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez and came away with all three points.

The bad-tempered encounter saw the away side’s shot stopper Diego Alves having to go off injured after 13 minutes and four of the home side cautioned by the time the game had finished. Pabón scored the winning goal of the game just before half time, hitting a 25-yard rocket into the top corner of the net, but slipping as he made contact with the ball.

a heartbreaking last-minute winner by Ronaldo for Real Madrid prevented them going through October unbeaten. Their first game of November pitted Levante at home against Granada where they lost to the visitors who scored in the last minute of the match.

The extraordinary goal was the highlight of an ordinary game but the match finished on a sour note when Valencia’s replacement keeper Guaita and Getafe defender Ruano got involved in a brawl and had to be separated by teammates and officials.

Anyone wishing to watch football in Valencia can get tickets for home games from the box offices at the respective grounds.

Things are much more sedate at Levante. Manager Caparrós is quietly and efficiently building a team that are firmly entrenched with the pack fighting for a Europa League place.

See page 31 for football calendar

John Howden

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White Light/White Heat Venus in Furs

I'm Set Free


European Son

I Heard Her Call My Name

Who Loves the Sun

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24/7 VALENCIA used to be called ‘Music Box’ in the Barrio del Carmen but has recently changed its name to Rewind Club (C/ Pintor Zariñena, 16). It has completely changed its look inside with loads of comfy sofas and a warm, reddish, retro decor which has attracted a new wave of cool hipsters on the hunt for ‘80s music and more, where at Rewind Club they most definitely have found it;).

All right, all right, all right ...someone once told me “You know, the best thing I love about young women is that I get older and they stay the same age;).” Well this may be true, but what people don’t tell you is when you get older, you actually want to start listening to the opposite sex, too!!! Due to this fact, I decided to go out with a few friends from my rugby team on the search for the best bars and clubs around town for, let’s say, mostly the more mature clientele ...Sorry, let me put that another way, for people who work for their cash and don’t mind spending it, therefore enabling them to go to that next level;). We started off at Upper Club (Gran Vía Marqués del Turia, 40) for a few warmup drinks to get us all in the mood. Well, actually, if truth be told, my flatmate and I had already destroyed a bottle of Absolut Vodka and a six pack of Red Bull, so by this time our wings were firmly strapped on, if you know what I mean;). When we got there it was about 01.00h and fairly busy. The house remixes of current hits was as good as to be expected and the upmarket people were all looking their best with some beautiful women, too. During the week they have live music, comedy nights, intercambio language exchange on Tuesday nights and there is now Mediterranean cuisine as well as a fantastic selection of gins and other spirits... After that, we left the Cánovas zone,

crossed the impressive Calatrava bridge and made our way over to Bar 48 (Paseo Alameda, 48) for a cheeky chupito and then On the Rocks (Paseo Alameda, 45) afterwards for a few G&Ts, which was handy because it’s right next door;). In 48, you can pick up free tickets for Moon Nightclub (Av. de las Cortes Valencianas, 58), more of which later… and in ‘On The Rocks’ you can get free entrances to Mya Nightclub so ask someone behind the bar to point you in the direction of Pablo, the public relations guy). Moon Nightclub used to be called Red VLC, but now is part of the Salamandra Group which own numerous nightclubs / restaurants and bars around Valencia, including Le Premier Disco (C/ Eduardo Boscá, 27) a new name for a club that used to be called Treinta y Tantos. They are trying to change its public to a more sexy hell-yeah-that’s-what-I’m- talking-about kinda crowd with good house music rather than its previous last-night-atthe-bingo-club-grab-a-granny-end-ofseason-ball status. Good luck to you guys, honestly it’s a great venue that needed a makeover and this could be it. So while we were in the neighbourhood we popped over the road to Mya just for an hour. It’s a beautiful setting in the modernistic City of Arts & Sciences. It’s more commercial house for a younger crowd. Changing tack completely in search of a more bohemian, alternative clubbers crowd, we then got a taxi to the old centre near Torres de Quart to what

As Rewind closes at 04:30h at weekends, we head off to finish our dancing & drinking & laughing mighty marathon at Moon Club by the Palacio de Congresos as we had been given the free tickets earlier in the evening. For all of you out there who are reading this who know me, well let’s just say that I thought it would be rude not to, especially considering the fact that it’s a 5-minute walk from my house;). Anyway, all in all, it was a good night and it was the first time in a long time that I saw Valencia booming again with groups of people eating out with their friends and dancing until the early hours of the morning, and this time the majority were adults and had good chat to boot;). This is a buzzing place for instrumental house music with deep bass lines, gogo dancers, a 30-something, quite welldressed crowd with many coming from the surrounding pueblos. There’s a great restaurant here as well with a tasty menu for 25€, with all the red wine you can drink included and discounts for the clubbing afterwards. This Saturday, 9 November, Dom Scott will be back behind the decks at BCool Urban Club (C/ Polo y Peyrolón, 11) for a top night of dancing to great music and making new friends, hope to see you all down there, I know I will be;). They have Erasmus nights on Monday with eclectic music and more of a house crowd at weekends. Have a great November and remember, if you’re feeling down, music is the answer to your problems. All you have to do is jump in the shower, put on a smiley face, have a few shots, go out, and dance your little cotton socks off!!;).

DJ John Treacy JTLTD Mo Fo’s

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VALENCIA WORLD studied journalism, and wrote for a few magazines, but wasn’t patient enough to pursue a career in it. I did learn something about writing, though, and decided to go back to university, and got an MA in comparative literature. I’ve moved around a lot, as well as Cádiz and London, I’ve lived in South America, New York and Seville, but literature has always been very important throughout my life. Part of the reason why I moved back to Spain was to have the space and peace of mind to write more, something that was incredibly difficult to find in London.

DAVID CANO FERNÁNDEZ Tell us something about your background, work, travels and experiences I was born in La Línea de la Concepción, a town in the province of Cádiz, right next to Gibraltar. It is, quite literally, the line between Spain and Great Britain. Because of this, it suffers from all the typical problems of a border town, relying on Gibraltar for employment, and acting as a channel for contraband and smuggling, which is how many families survive there. It is one of the most deprived areas of Spain, but for me it’s my favourite place in the world. The people are incredibly open and generous, and I have a huge and amazing family there. I moved to central London as a child and was brought up and educated there, so I have always been aware of this feeling of not quite fitting in, of being a confused mix of both cultures. In certain respects, I feel Spanish, but, having lived in London for so long, I missed out on a lot of the experiences and cultural references that make up a person’s national identity. Saying that, I have never felt British. I would identify myself as a Londoner, because it’s a city that is full of people with foreign roots. As for work, I have done a large number of crappy, menial jobs. They only thing I’ve ever, truly wanted to do is to write. I Article © 2013 24/ 7 Valencia

How does living in Valencia compare to living in London? I only moved here a few months ago, but from what I’ve seen and experienced so far, it is very different. London is one of the greatest cities on Earth for culture and history; it is also, an unforgiving, rough, and lonely place to be for a staggering number of people. This isn’t acknowledged by many people outside of the UK. They see the sites, the museums, the attractions; it’s like a giant cultural amusement park, yet it suffers from some of the worst social problems in Europe. Obviously, many of these problems exist in Spain, but I believe that you can afford a much higher standard of living here than in London, at the expense, perhaps, of opportunity. For that reason, I’ll always love London. Despite some of the ugly things I witnessed there, I would not have been offered the same educational opportunities if I had stayed in La Línea. Valencia itself, as a city, is great. Luckily, I have work so it’s not overwhelming or stressful. I’m at ease here. In London, I felt like I was always looking over my shoulder. How do you see the future for Spain? I am embarrassingly uninformed about Spanish politics. However, I do see the total disillusionment and lack of trust people have in the government. I don’t think this is a recent development. My grandparents, who suffered greatly during the Civil War like many Spanish families, have a very jaded attitude towards politics. As frustrating and difficult as the situation is, corrupt or

incompetent politicians do not dictate every aspect of our lives, relationships, or sense of well-being and happiness. I see Spain becoming more multi-cultural in the future, which is a wonderful thing. I don’t see this as incompatible with some of the traditional aspects of Spanish society. The Spanish concept of the family unit is a really powerful and important force that has been crucial, particularly during economically difficult times. As long as people are open and accepting, I am quite optimistic about Spain, it is a very unique and special place. Could you tell us about your new writers group? Yes, it’s a free meet-up for writers every two weeks. The main objective is to set writing exercises based on a theme, short stories mainly, which are then subsequently discussed and critiqued in the group. It’s a way to stay motivated and keep up the habit of writing as much as possible, which is the most difficult thing about writing. It’s often a solitary pursuit, because of this it’s quite easy to live inside your own head. I want to create a space where writers can come together, regardless of ability or experience, and share ideas and help each other progress. Of course, there is also a social element to it, but the point is to improve and, for those who feel ready, approach the issue of getting published. Interview by Owl For more information on the creative writing meet-up, e-mail:

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SoHo del Carmen Set in the heart of the Barrio del Carmen, ‘SoHo del Carmen’ is a shop where you can buy, sell and trade. On sale here you will find decorative objects, antiques, jewellery, and interesting clothes with excellent brands including suits, dresses and vintage styles, too. There are Levi’s for 10€ and garments from 3€. ‘SoHo’ stands out in Valencia because you can find a bit of London, Berlin, and the USA amongst their clothes, including military parkas, American baseball jackets, Nina Ricci and Christian Dior suits. It’s easy to find something here that will then become your favourite piece of clothing! Members of the 24/7 Valencia team have been shopping here for quite some time now… Owner Sonia Martín has Valencian parents but she herself was born in the United States. She has brought with her the concepts and ideas regarding fashion influenced by the many years she spent in New York, which is why the name ‘SoHo’

came about for the shop. It’s clear to see that all this has created a cosmopolitan and international atmosphere in the shop. It’s a place in constant progression and movement and that is why SoHo will be launching their own line of shirts and vintage clothes brand at the end of November 2013, which is their 1st anniversary! SoHo del Carmen clearly contributes to raising the demand for recycled clothing by selecting only quality, fashionable items that can be resold, and offering used clothes at low prices in a clean, fun store with a boutique atmosphere. Customers receive cash or trade for clothes from their home, in addition to simply shopping. People can buy brand new clothing using trade only, no cash needed. The shop offers current labels and desirable vintage at bargain prices. Check it out! Just a stone’s throw from La Lonja and a brief stroll from Mercado Central.

SoHo del Carmen (behind La Lonja) C/ Derechos, 33 Tel: 96 391 24 63 Zona Carmen Facebook: Soho del Carmen Open Monday – Sunday 11.00 am to 9.00 pm (11.00h – 21.00h)

Quality Mediterranean restaurant in an emblematic square in the historic centre. Recommended in the Michelin guide 2009/2010 Meat dishes, Rice dishes, Fish dishes, Foie and chocolate desserts are all specialities Expect to pay between 30-50 euros Warm interior and good service Jazz music soundtrack 13.00h -16.00h/ 20.00h -24.00h Open everyday

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WAH-WAH: Second 22.30h 12€. SATURDAY / SÁBADO 9

Limitado. JUANITA: Bad Foundation & Slowly Man 23.00h Gratis. LA RAMBLETA: Spain 23.00h 15€ / 18€. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. WAH-WAH: Rubick + Fish Sounds 21.30h 5€.


BLACK NOTE: Juke Joints + DJ Quique Lledó (blues desde Netherlands) 23.30h 10€ con cerveza. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Ricardo Esteve y Jesús Gimeno (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Sexy Zebras 22.30h 10€ / 14€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Piano Solo con Pau Viguer 22.00h Gratis. JUANITA: Feel Like Jumping 23.00h Gratis. LA3: Bilbadino + Ley DJ / Wow DJs + La Lupa / Xceed Room 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Revival (Tributo The Beatles) 23.00h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. WAH-WAH: Carmina Burana 22.30h 8€ / 10€.

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CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Esther Garcés, Johnny Amador, Juan Carlos Mendoza, Alba Díaz y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 20.00h. JUANITA: Doudou Nganga en concierto acústico 20.00h Gratis. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.

BLACK NOTE: Banda del Pop (pop) 23.30h 8€ con cerveza. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Celia Romero, Manuel Serena, Tomás de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: James Hunter Six 22.30h 18€ / 22€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. FUSIONART: Sonykete (flamenco fusión) 21.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Jazz Duo Session con Toni Belenguer y Lucho Aguilar (jazz) 22.30h – 24.00h 4€ consumición Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: Supa Bassie Birthday Bass 23.00h Gratis. LA3: Congorock + Dubsick + Xharles / Rocket Club / Yestefindequé Blog Disco Party 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Someone elses + Charles Lavaigne 23.00h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. WAH-WAH: Izal 22.30h 10€ / 14€



RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.

BLACK NOTE: Big Jamboree + DJ Quique Lledó (swing) 23.30h 10€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Celia Romero, Manuel Serena, Tomás de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: La Fuga + Con Mora 21.30h 12€ / 15€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. FUSIONART: Ital Erik en concierto (reggae) 21.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Piano Solo 22.00h Gratis. JUANITA: Marvin Deno 23.00h Gratis. LA3: Motel 1953 + Mr. West + Topanga Beach + Swag Nites + Kaspar & Hauser / Soniye Muzick 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Radio Kaos 23.00h.. LA RAMBLETA: BlackCats Jazz Big Band 23.00h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. WAH-WAH: Perros del Boogie 22.30h 8€ / 10€.


RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. TUESDAY / MARTES 5

JIMMY GLASS: Bill McHenry Honey Ear Trio (Jimmy Glass Jazz Fest) 20.45h 15€ Aforo Limitado. RADIO CITY: Flamenco en directo (flamenco) 22.30h 10€ con consumición.

BLACK NOTE: Versiones (Cover Time) con Great Travelin’ Band (R&B) 23.30h Gratis con consumición. CAFÉ CRONOPIO: Folk-Jazz-Arabe-Blues 21.30h Entrada Gratis CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Ricardo Esteve y Jesús Gimeno (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Zuma (tributo a Neil Young & Crazy Horse) 22.00h 6€ / 10€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: J.D. Allen Trio (Jimmy Glass Jazz Fest) 20.45h 16€ Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: Ras Tatouille DJ 23.00h Gratis. LA3: Jack Tour con ElyElla DJ + Kostrok + Deu & Willy (desde We Are Standard) 01.30h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. FRIDAY / VIERNES 8

BLACK NOTE: Nasty Boogie (blues) 23.30h 2€ CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Ricardo Esteve y Jesús Gimeno (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Fiesta Alta Tensión con Bubblegum + Por Ella Runners 22.30h 8€ / 12€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis FUSIONART: Peter Gun & Harmonica George (‘50s blues) 21.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Jimmy’s Jam Session (jazz) 22.30h – 24.00h Gratis con 4€ consumición Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: Rebel Killer 23.00h Gratis. LA3: Edu Imbernón + Henry Saiz / Jarana Club / Kara-Rocket 01.30h. LA RAMBLETA: Josh Rouse 22.30h 12€. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.


EL LOCO: Sam Amidon 21.30h 12€ / 15€. JIMMY GLASS: Miguel Zenón Quartet (Jimmy Glass Jazz Fest) 20.45h 17€ Aforo Limitado. RADIO CITY: Flamenco en directo (flamenco) 22.30h 10€ con consumición. WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES 13 RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.


BLACK NOTE: Versiones (Cover Time) con Leandro & Friends (R&B) 23.30h Gratis con consumición. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Celia Romero, Manuel Serena, Tomás de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Boom Boom Kid + Bugsy + Nollie to Glory 21.21h 8€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Guitar / Vocal Duo Session con Mateo Rived + Bertrand Kientz (jazz) 22.15h – 24.00h 4€ consumición Aforo


SUNDAY / DOMINGO 17 CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Celia Romero, Manuel Serena, Tomás de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 20.00h. JIMMY GLASS: Pat Martino Trio (Jimmy Glass Jazz) 20.45h 25€ Aforo Limitado. WAH-WAH: French Films + Gatomidi 20.00h 9€ / 13€.

twentyfoursevenvalencia 47 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Rockhouse + Los Faraones 23.00h.. WAH-WAH: 13th Aniversario Wah Wah con McEnroe + Spheniscidae 22.00h 10€.

MONDAY / LUNES 18 RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.



JIMMY GLASS: Black Saint and the Sinner Lady / Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Ensemble 50th Aniversario con Perico Sambeat (Jimmy Glass Jazz Festival) 20.45h 16€ Aforo Limitado. RADIO CITY: Flamenco en directo (flamenco) 22.30h 10€ con consumición.

CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Francisco Berbel, Aloma de Balma, Niño de Aurora, Javier Calderón y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 20.00h. JUANITA: Lion & Monlion Dangerous Combination en concierto acústico 23.00h Gratis.



FUSIONART: Antartica alternativo) 21.30h Gratis.




BLACK NOTE: Versiones (Cover Time) con Go Freaks (soul) 23.30h Gratis con consumición. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Francisco Berbel, Aloma de Balma, Niño de Aurora, Javier Calderón y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Tim Easton & Joseph Parsons 21.30h 8€ / 12€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Piano / Vocal Duo Session con Javier Botella y Roberto Capella (jazz) 22.15h – 24.00h 4€ consumición Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: Slowly Man & Bad Foundation 23.00h Gratis. FRIDAY / VIERNES 22 CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Francisco Berbel, Eva Varela, Niño de Aurora, Javier Calderón y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Fiesta Mondo Sonoro con Anaut + Black Velvet Combo 22.30h. FUSIONART: Besarabia (música Balkánica) 21.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Spike Wilner Trio (jazz) 22.30h – 24.00h 5€ consumición Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: Duó Santiamón 23.00h Gratis. LA3: Dover en concierto 21.30 15€ // DJs 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Dwomo. LA RAMBLETA: Pink Tones (tributo a Pink Floyd) 22.00h 30€ y 25€. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. WAH-WAH: 13th Aniversario Wah Wah con L.A. 22.30h 10€.


BLACK NOTE: Little Victor + DJs David Nebot & Sr. Varo (R&B desde EEUU) 23.30h 10€ con cerveza. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Francisco Berbel, Eva Varela, Niño de Aurora, Javier Calderón y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 23.30h. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Piano Solo con Christian Molina 22.00h Gratis. JUANITA: The Scorcher con Labase & Miquel Injection 23.00h Gratis. LA3: DJs

RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. TUESDAY / MARTES 26

RADIO CITY: Flamenco en directo (flamenco) 22.30h 10€ con consumición. WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES 27

EL LOCO: Nikki Hill 22.00h 10€ / 15€. JIMMY GLASS: Leslie Helpert Quartet (vocal jazz, tributo a Billie Holiday) 20.45h 10€ Aforo Limitado. THURSDAY / JUEVES 28


BLACK NOTE: Beabops (doo wop) 23.30h 8€ con cerveza. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Kallardó con Rafael Vargas ‘El Chino’, Alba Díaz, Miguel Pérez, Cristina Simón y El Pepe (flamenco) 23.30h. FUSIONART: Swing Time (gypsy jazz, flamenco) 21.00h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Piano Solo con José Carra 22.00h Gratis. JUANITA: Mandievus DJ 23.00h Gratis. LA3: OBK en concierto 21.30h 14€ // DJs 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Los Fanáticos 23.00h. PALACIO DE CONGRESOS: Waterboys (Fisherman Blues Revisited) 21.30h 35€ / 37€. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. WAH-WAH: Rozalén 22.30h 12€.


CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Flamenco en directo 20.00h. EL LOCO: New Mendicants (Joe Pernice y Norman Blake) 20.30h 12€ / 15€.

CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: María Lizana, Juanma Maya, Juan de Pilar y Enrique Sevilla (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: Sara Gee & Ramblers 22.00h 6€ / 10€. JIMMY GLASS: Piano / Vocal Duo Session con Luis Regidor y José Carra (jazz) 22.15h – 24.00h 4€ consumición Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: Bad Foundation & Slowly Man 23.00h Gratis. LA RAMBLETA: Primavera Sound Touring con Extraperlo + Paul + Svper + Free Fall 20.00h 2Day Bono 25€. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.


BLACK NOTE: Desayuno (pop) 23.30h 2€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Niño de Aurora, Rosa Sanz y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 23.30h. EL LOCO: J Teixi Band + Tres Hombres 22.30h 8€ / 10€. 47 CLUB: DJs 23.30h Gratis. FUSIONART: Karma Police (pop rock versiones) 21.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Jimmy’s Jam (jazz) 22.30h – 24.00h 4€ consumición Aforo Limitado. JUANITA: DJ Quick-e 23.00h Gratis. LA3: DJs 01.30h. LA EDAD DE ORO: Devolver 23.00h.. LA RAMBLETA: Primavera Sound Touring con Headbirds + Lee Ranaldo & Dust + Refree + Standstill 20.00h 2Day Bono 25€. WAH-WAH: Mediterranean Roots + Offbeaters 22.30h 5€ / 7€.

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