Nit del Foc Image gallery Introduction History Practical Info Image gallery FAQs Nit del Foc Image gallery San Jose Caves Guided Tour from Valencia starstarstarstarstar 307 from 65,00€ Valencia Old Town Tour with Wine & Tapas in 11th Century Historic Monument starstarstarstarstar 1353 from 75,00€ Valencian paella workshop and visit to the Algiros market starstarstarstarstar 153 from 59,00€ Valencian Paella cooking class, Tapas and Market Visit starstarstarstarstar 498 from 55,00€ VIEW ALL This is the Nit del Foc in images. The Nit del Foc is the largest and longest firework display in Valencia. The Nit del Foc attracts the biggest crowds as far as fireworks displays go in Valencia. During the Nit del Foc you’ll see dozens of different kinds of fireworks in all sorts of colours. Valencia has strong pyrotechnic traditions, so all castillos de fuegos, the Nit del Foc first among them, are greatly appreciated by the locals. The Nit del Foc is a great opportunity for photos, with its 20-minute long display. The Nit del Foc, like many other castillos de fuegos artificiales in Valencia, takes place in the Turia Park. Practical Info FAQs More related activities... Valencia Private Tour with Hotel or Cruise Port Pick up starstarstarstarstar 11 from 409,00€ Seafood Paella cooking class, tapas and visit market starstarstarstarstar 147 from 60,00€ E-Bike Grand Valencia Private Tour starstarstarstarstar 53 from 65,00€ Adventures day: Thermal Springs and Waterfalls starstarstarstarstar 449 from 95,00€ VIEW ALL You might also be interested in... Best day trips to make from Valencia A list of 7 day-trip ideas that you can easily make from Valencia with public transport. El Carmen With its narrow cobblestone streets and mediaeval remains, El Carmen is the historical centre of Valencia. Its old houses are painted in the bright colours of urban art, and its streets are buzzing with people, small cafes, artisanal shops, tapas bars, and live-music venues. Exploring Valencia by bike A great climate, the perfect geography and more than 160 km of bike lanes make Valencia the ideal cycling city for everyone, including the less experienced. City of Arts and Sciences At the end of the old Turia riverbed lies one of the most iconic destinations in Valencia. A futuristic complex, bringing together heritage and innovation, devoted to science, art and culture. Valenbisi The perfect public bike rental if you want to cycle around Valencia without spending too much or worrying about taking a bike with you everywhere you go. Ruzafa Art collectives, pastel façades, bakeries, courtyard concerts and bohemian bars: this is Valencia’s hip neighbourhood. This is where you come to unwind on a sidewalk terrace after a museum tour.