When planning for a weekend in València, you will want to be sure to take in the València sights that will most represent the Valencia culture. Although this area has taken on a modern feel, there are still many València attractions that will give you a sense of the rich and charming past this province is known for. When you are visiting Valencia, you will want to be sure and visit the Catedral (Seu). This cathedral has claimed for over 500 years that it possesses the Holy Grail or the chalice that Jesus used at the Last Supper. You will find the chalice on display in a side chapel. You will also want to be sure to visit the Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias or the City of the Arts and Sciences. This educational complex has one main goal and that is to make learning a fun experience. With so many things to do in València, an experience with València tourism will not be complete without some time spent shopping in València. You are sure to enjoy some time at the Mercado Central on the Plaza del Mercado. You will find it across the street from one of the most spectacular examples of Gothic architecture in all of Spain, La Lonja.