My dear coffee lovers. Friends! Do you crave good coffee when you are new to a city? You have not found your perfect coffee spot yet? Or you are one of those who do not mind discovering new places and variety of coffee. I do not know what to do, but I do not know what to do. Here are the best coffee places in Valencia. Whether you like your coffee strong, light, with milk-poured over or with some liquor … .then this article is for you.
1. Mayan Coffees
Small, simple but attractive indoor coffee that offers great variety of coffee, which is not always easy to find in Spain. The friendly owner, Mr. Oscar who speaks many languages will give you a warm welcome and could prepare the best cup of coffee for you. Most of the coffee is grown in its own plantation. Incase you can buy a small pack to take home. Worth a visit. Just by the Torres de Quart. Tip : Try the aeropress for a cool new experience. Address : Carrer de Murillo, 54, 46001 València Contact number : + 34-722 78 84 33 Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9AM to 2PM & 3.30PM to 7PM, Saturday 9:30 PM to 2PM, Sunday Closed
2. Bluebell Coffee Co.
Their real good coffees are made out of professional stuff; an expensive coffee machine The marzocco in very lovely colorful Acme cups. They can make you a traditional espresso, cappuccino and black coffee using alternative brewing methods: aeropress, V60. You can also buy cold brew in nicely packaged bottles. I tried cappuccino – gentle and tasty with good latte-art, V60 on beans from Columbia – good balance, cold brew coffee. The prices are reasonable. Besides there are cakes, croissants etc. Barista was very friendly. You could fall in love with the small cozy patio inside the cafe.
Highly recommend this local coffee shop! Tip: They have great brunch menu. Do not miss the Girls in Valencia meetup on this Friday for Brunch. Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1294595430650286/acontext=%7B%22source%22%3A4%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D&source=4&action_history=null Address : Carrer de Buenos Aires, 3, 46006 Valencia Contact us: + 34-963 22 54 13 Opening Hours : Everyday Monday to Sunday 9AM to 9PM
3. La Manera Coffee & Cocktails
Ranked as No. 1 in Coffee & Tea in Valencia on TripAdvisor. Holds a lot of positive reviews. In my opinion, it’s a good stop for good drinks and good coffee with a good vibe and ambiance. This is a really good place to kick-start your day! The English speaking staff is very friendly and welcoming and the food tastes great! The place is not expensive at all and it is very nicely decorated. I’m definitely going back! Address : Carrer de Moratín, 13, 46002 València Contact : + 34-960 21 91 78 Opening Hours : Monday & Tuesday 9AM to 9AM, Wednesday to Sunday 9AM to 12AM (Mid-night)
4. Cafe Berlin
A café with a very multicultural vibe to it. They hold The Language Exchange on every Wednesday and you’ll experience a great atmosphere with people from different cultures coming together to practice languages. They serve enticing Bailey’s coffee. A nice place at Carrer de Cadiz in the popular Ruzaffa neighbourhood decorated with range of chairs and tables in a style that’ll remind you of a set from one of the Bourne movie. But no Jason in the house. Haha! I’d recommend it to any person on holidays, Erasmus students, English teachers, or locals.
Oh also, the food was delectably delicious. Tip: There are plenty of books that you will find in the café to read alongside your coffee. Address: Carrer de Cadis, 22-24, 46004 València Contact: +34-963 81 00 24 Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 6PM to 1AM, Friday 5:30PM to 2:30AM, Saturday 4:30PM to 2:30AM, Sunday 4:30PM to 1AM
5. Retrogusto Coffee Mates
When visiting the Mercat Central, don’t forget to stop by the Retrogusto Coffee Mates for a perfect cup of coffee especially crafted out of excellent roasts by Barcelona’s finest: Nomad Coffee and Right Side Coffee Roasters. The creators, Martina and Paula found their way to serve specialty coffee in Valencia. At Retrogusto Coffeemates your taste buds will travel from Kenya and Ethiopia all the way to El Salvador in less than two weeks. In an attempt to enchant locals and visitors with new and exciting flavours, beans are rotated frequently. Martina and Paula believe that every moment has its coffee, which is why their menu is your opportunity. It holds all the favourites, whether you prefer milk based or pour-over. Tip: During those hot Valencian summer days if you have been longing for something refreshing, cold drip and iced coffee tonic will cool you down. Address : Mercat Central, Plaza Ciudad de Brujas, Palos 169 y 170, 46001 Valencia Contact : + 34-637 95 92 70 Opening Hours : Monday to Saturday 7AM to 3PM, Sundays Closed
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