The newspaper The New York Times has published a report entitled “Six places in Europe that offer refuge among the crowd” which highlights the benefits of Valencia in front of other crowded places where the tourist experience worsens due to the crowds. The American newspaper highlights European destinations not overcrowded as Tinos, instead of Santorini, for example, and offers alternatives to Amsterdam, Dubrovnik, Prague and Florence.
In front of a Barcelona crowded with people, the newspaper explains that, 300 kilometers south of the city, Valencia is. “A smaller city that receives two million visitors each year and that has cultural and historical attractions with a very important legacy of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance. Historical attraction that combines with modernity and the “extraterrestrial appearance” of the City of Arts and Sciences located in a gigantic garden, the Turia, which closes the largest Oceanographic in Europe.
In this link you can read the report.