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European tourists' top city districts are in Valencia, Sevilla and Granada
26 November 2018 @ 12:50

THREE cities in Spain are home to the top 'trending' neighbourhoods chosen by European tourists this autumn and winter – and, perhaps surprisingly, Madrid and Barcelona are not among them.

Always favourites for European city breaks, Spain's capital and its second largest city respectively win the most tourists beyond the country's coasts, and are highly-appreciated for their beautiful architecture, cleanliness, and the fact they are among the safest major metropolitan areas in Europe, if not the world.

But five districts in Valencia, Sevilla and Granada are where European travellers most enjoyed their trips to Spain, according to research by Airbnb.


Europe's number one and four and Spain's number three in Valencia

Top of the list comes Valencia's L'Olivereta (first picture), or 'district 7', which borders on the Campanar neighbourhood and the satellite town of Mislata to the north, the suburb of Patraix to the south, and is sandwiched between the Extramurs district and the town of Xirivella to the east and west respectively.

One of Valencia's most densely-populated districts, it is among the cheapest to buy property and Airbnb accommodation starts at €12 a night, never exceeding €50, and is relatively close to the centre – walkable, and just minutes on the metro.



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