The third largest city by inhabitants in Spain is home to around 800.000 inhabitants within the city and 1.8 million in the wider urban area. Valencia is famous for it location at the Mediterranean sea, the ‘city of arts and science’, its convention center, as well as a historic medieval centre and the city beach. The 2022 European Capital of Smart Tourism attracted more than three million tourists in 2021. Valencia is a very pedestrian-friendly city, as walking accounts to around 48% of the modal share, while 5% of trips are done by bike. There is a growing usage of micro-mobility, which is estimated to currently account for approximately 25% of bicycle lane users.