Little Thai Restaurant Avenida Blasco Ibáñez, 108 in Universities
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Do you feel like Thai food? Make a reservation at the Little Thai restaurant in the Universities area of Valencia.
If you want to make a reservation, you can make it on the El Tenedor platform, where you can choose the day, time and number of people with whom you want to enjoy the best Thai food in Valencia at Blasco Ibáñez, 108.
Blasco Ibáñez restaurant is our third Thai food place that we opened in Valencia in three years. A little smaller than the Ruzafa store, but with a very large terrace to enjoy Valencia’s day and night.
Little Thai Universities is located in a neighborhood of young people very close to the area of Aragon, Plaza Xúquer, Jardines del Real or Viveros, Jardín de Monforte and the Valencia C.F football stadium, Mestalla.
In addition, it is very close to the UV (Universitat de València) and UPV (Polytechnic University of Valencia) universities.
Location and Access
To get to Little Thai Universities, there is a perfect combination of public transport where several bus lines, metro, Renfe Cercanías arrive and plenty of parking on Blasco Ibáñez Avenue or near the universities.
It is a student area with a wide range of nightlife in the surroundings.
Our Little Thai restaurant in Blasco Ibáñez, is a place with a large terrace, perfect to go out to lunch or dinner with friends, or with classmates.
Come to Little Thai Universities and enjoy the best Thai food restaurant in Valencia.
Little Thai Avenida Blasco Ibáñez in Universities
Little Thai Universities is located in the Algirós District in the Ciudad Jardín neighborhood.
Garden City gets its name from the failed attempt to turn Blasco Ibáñez Avenue and its surroundings into a Garden City.
The Algirós area limits the North with the municipality of Alboraya, the West with the Maritime Towns, the South with Camins al Grau and the East with Benimaclet and El Pla del Real.
The Algirós district is made up of five neighborhoods:
- L’Illa Perduda.
- Ciutat Jardí.
- La Bega Baixa.
- La Carrasca.
This territory arises from the expansion of the city to the east over the orchard.
The urbanization of the garden began in 1928, with the construction of the Barrio La Amistad. This neighborhood was populated mainly by rail and streetcar.
The occupation of the garden began when the layout of the promenade from Valencia to the Sea was definitively established, later it would be called as we currently know it: Blasco Ibáñez Avenue.
Valencia Football Club Stadium: Mestalla
The Mestalla stadium was inaugurated in 1923 and owes its name to the Mestalla canal that passed under the stadium’s southern stands.
Between 1969 and 1994 it was renamed the Luis Casanova stadium, in memory of the president who was considered one of the best the club has had.
In the Valencia Club de Fútbol stadium you can visit the Mestalla Forever Tour, where you can see such historic areas of the club as:
- The trophy room.
- VIP box.
- Changing rooms.
- The chapel.
Jardines del Real or Jardín de Viveros
At the beginning of Blasco Ibáñez street you can find the Jardines del Real or also called the Jardín de Viveros. It is an urban public park that takes its name from the Royal Palace that was located inside until 1810.
This park has its origin in the orchards associated with the almunia, or recreational palace, ordered to be built by the kings of the taifa of Valencia and which were later expanded.
The gardens were used as nurseries since 1560, when Felipe II commissioned the planting of a large number of orange and lemon trees to beautify the gardens of his palace in Aranjuez.
The recreational palace, transformed into a Royal palace from the 14th century, disappeared in 1810. In 1814 the remains of the palace formed two mounds and various ornamental plant species were planted on it at the initiative of Francisco Javier Elio, Captain General of Valencia.
After this plantation, other areas of the park were embellished with the creation of flower beds for the city’s School of Agriculture.
The Jardines de Monforte is a small garden located very close to the Jardines del Real on Blasco Ibáñez Avenue.
This garden has abundant marble statues, ponds and fountains, architectural details and a rest pavilion.