Tapas-bar-hopping is of course a beloved pastime in many Spanish cities, and the same holds true here in Valencia. It's a delicious way of both discovering local delicacies and the streets and squares of the city itself. The top choice is of course the historic Old Town - in particular the area from the Plaza de la Virgen to the zone known as El Carme, as well as the beachfront Passeig Marítim. Stars of the plate include grilled squid, clóxinas (a kind of local mussel), tellinas (a kind of small clam), patatas bravas (fried potatoes with spicy sauce), vinegared anchovies, codfish croquettes, michirones (a kind of bean stew), Spain's ubiquitous potato omelette, and much, much more. Rev up your apetito and hit the streets!
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