“What can I bring from Valencia as a gift?” I often get that question from my guests in Valencia. I have been taking souvenirs and gifts for my friends and family in the Netherlands for years and I am happy to share my tips and experiences with you! Find the nicest shops where you can buy souvenirs in Valencia!
Jamon Iberico (the best is the Iberico de Bellota ham)
Open every day except Sunday from 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM, but beware! Most markets start cleaning up at 14:00, so be on time.
Plaza Ciudad de Brujas
Website Mercado Central
Original postcards, ceramics, tote bags, accessories, original pots for plants; actually all gadgets!
Open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm. On Sundays from 11am to 2pm.
Carrer de les Danses, 3
46001 Valencia, Spanje
Website La Postalera
If you have been to Spain in recent years, you really couldn’t miss this store. It is comparable to a luxury giftshop, all nice things for a small price. Certainly the right place to find your souvenirs!
The Ale-Hop can be found at 3 different locations in Valencia.
Cute square with various shops where they sell ceramics, pottery, mortar, olive trays, among other things.
Plaça Redona 46001
Everything and everything, all made in Spain! Here you will certainly pass all your souvenirs in different price ranges.
Carrer del Palau, 5
Concept store, design, vintage, multiple shops in 1 store, so always changing collection.
Open every day from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm except Sunday.
La Carrer de Ciril Amorós 24,
street with many boutiques
Spanish flamenco shoes or football shirts; always nice for the children as a gift!
Carrier del Trench,
a small street close to the Central Market.