The Cathedral of Valencia beautified with the gothic door of the apostles, Chapter hall and Micalet, in houses the Holy Grail, the cup that was used by Yeses in the celebration of his last pass over has become a sight of touristic nature that encourages individuals from across the world to visit. Holy Grail has been declared as “Eucharistic year of the Holy Chalice” (Thai and Yuksel, 2017). This Cathedral is famous for its extraordinary paintings by some of the finest artists of the world including Hernando (Yañez de la Almedina y de Llanos) Vicente Macip, Vergara, Camarón, Planes, Maella and Goya (Borgia Chapel).
The Museum of the cathedral is a treat to the eyes. La Lonja de la Seda, the silk exchange market and Ciutat de las Arts I les Ciênces, an entertainment and cultural complex designed by a Valencia local, Santiago Calatrava are the beautiful offerings of this destination (Suhartanto and Triyuni, 2016). Valencia has a tremendous coastline being home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. A few of the Valencia’s beaches include Advocat Cove Beach, Aigua Blanca Beach, Albir Beach, Albufereta Beach, Alcudia Beach, Ambolo, Amplaries Beach and Almardá Beach. Paella, a traditional main course comprising rice, vegetables and meat, had its origin in Valencia. The city has best of the worldwide cuisines to offer but this is reducing the availability of the Spanish traditional food items (Shaw, 2015). Valencia houses immense mobility and has built up a good accessibility through public bus transport system, an extensive metro train system, trams and high speed inter-city train services, public bicycles for hire with dedicated bike lanes among others.
It has been established from the research on research methodology approaches that a variety of authors often use either a quantitative or qualitative research method for the purpose of addressing the research objectives (Sanz-Blas et al., 2017). However, various researchers have argued that many studies have obtained more effective and efficient outcomes through pursuing a mixed research method that makes use of two or more research methods. It was found that while extensive information of existing nature can be gained from the literature review, it will not be able to provide with the new information required for addressing the research objectives of this research project (Sanz-Blas and Buzova, 2016).