La Tomatina 2019 - Valencia Hostel
From AUD 367/pp
Early bird special - lock in your place and package price with a deposit payment now!Stay in the very heart of Valencia in our city centre hostel ready to get stuck into La Tomatina in a huge way. Fanatics hostel packages are an awesome way to experience all the madness of La Tomatina whilst staying right in the centre of this amazingly vibrant and stylish Spanish city.
ValenciaValencia is a vibrant, beach-front metropolis and the third-largest city in Spain. It's the sort of city that most Aussie's and Antipodeans would find very familiar with awesome beaches, plenty of sun and a cracking nightlife.
Getting to ValenciaDirect flights from London to Valencia are available on Iberia, British Airways, EasyJet and Ryan Air. Valencia Airport is connected to the city centre by the local metro.
Valencia is also accessible from other Spanish cities by train and coach, see Trainline, Renfe or Movelia for details.
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- Two, three or four nights dorm room accommodation in Valencia's old town centre
- Breakfast daily
- Return coach to Bunol for the tomato throwing
- Entry ticket to La Tomatina - the world's biggest food fight!
- Funky Fanatics La Tomatina tour t-shirt
- Fanatics parties in town & at the beachfront
River HostelValencia's River Hostel is the newest addition to the city's hostel scene. Located in a stylish 18th-century apartment building opposite Valencia's old Turia river (now a public park), the hostel features it's own bar and is a short walk from Valencia's best restaurants and bars.
The hostel is around 10 minutes' walk from Valencia's train and bus stations with direct metro connections from the airport and a short tram ride from the beach!
Single Travellers & GroupsOur tours are the ideal way to get stuck into La Tomatina and everything that goes along with it. We make it an absolute priority to ensure everyone on our tour is part of the group. So whether you're coming on your own or with a big bunch of friends, you'll instantly be mixing it up with an awesome bunch of fellow travellers all ready to share this experience of a lifetime together.
If you're travelling alone it's no problem, we simply room you with fellow passengers of the same sex. So there's no need to pay a single supplement and as always it's a superb way to get into the group spirit that typifies our tours.
Monday 26 August - Valencia Arrival & Opening Night PartyWelcome to Valencia! Make your way to the hostel for check-in this afternoon. If you arrive early your bags can be stored at the hostel prior to check-in. Arrival details will be online two weeks before the tour.
This evening at 7pm meet the group and your Fanatics tour guide in the hostel lobby before we head out together for our tour opening party in the bars of Valencia's old town centre.
Tuesday 27 August - Valencia Beach & Old Town PartyToday presents a full day to explore the majestic city of Valencia with its stunning Baroque architecture, famous local cuisine, quality retail shopping and, of course, its many Spanish tapas & paella bars. Key sights include Plaza del Virgen, Torres de Serranos, Mercado Central, Plaza del Ayuntamiento and Plaza de la Reina.
This afternoon our hostel and hotel groups will be heading on the tram to the beach and Valencia's port-side America's Cup and F1 area.
Check-in is also available from 3pm today for people on our two-night package.
Tonight is our big Tomatina party together with all Fanatics passengers from our various accommodation options. The warm Spanish nights are ideal for outdoor drinking & socialising and the old town centre will be in lively anticipation of tomorrow's massive La Tomatina fiesta!
Wednesday 28 August - La Tomatina!This is it! We rise bright & early and board our coaches for the one hour drive to Bunol. On arrival the sense of anticipation is buzzing as we wind our way down to the town centre and take up position ready for the countdown to the arrival of the tomato trucks and all the carnage that inevitably follows.
After all the last tomato has been thrown, the tonnes of ripe tomato juice swept away and as much debris washed from our sodden bodies as possible, there’s time for some lunch before we board the coaches and make our way back to Valencia.
Tonight we head to Valencia's beach bars where we’ll sink some sangria and share all our crazy tomato stories before all Fanatics groups come together at our post-La Tomatina club party in Valencia's university district.