Valencia is Spain's third largest city. It is located on the east coast, on the banks of the Turia River. The city benefits from its Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and summer temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Valencia has many faces; it is one of the oldest university cities in Spain, a busy container port on the Mediterranean Sea, and a place full of historic buildings and monuments. The city was founded by the Romans and like so many places in this area of Spain, has been both Christian and Muslim, the influences of which are very evident architecturally and culturally. Today, the service sector and tourism are the mainstays of the local economy, although more traditional sources of revenue, such as manufacturing and agriculture, still play a part. Valencia is famous for its festivals, particularly the Fallas, a celebration of the dish Paella Valencia. Look here for details of Enterprise Valencia.