Jürgen and I live in Valencia, but we spend at least half the year traveling the globe. And when we're not at home, we rent out our apartment. If you're looking for a base from which to explore Valencia, you might want to consider our place. Wait... do I sense some hesitation? Well, please allow me to convince you.
The Valencia edition of "For 91 Days" wasn't exactly compliant with our usual 91-day concept. Jürgen and I started this iteration of the blog in February of 2015, and finished in November. That's more like 271 days. But we had an excuse! Valencia had long been our "home base," and we finally decided to make it official by purchasing an apartment in the city center.
Decorated with a symmetrical grid of orange trees, the Plaza del Patriarca is home to a couple of Valencia's most historic buildings: the Real Colegio Seminario del Corpus Christi and La Nau, both of which date from the 15th century.