Compare 5 fertility clinics in Valencia, Spain

There are [5] fertility centers in Valencia with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in Valencia offer many options of male and female infertility testing, and a number of procedures, such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization, donor sperm, LGBT family planning, egg donation, egg freezing, and other options.








General Avilés, 90, 46015 Valencia, Spain

961042557


Digital transparency index

20%

Features: Private




Plaza de la Policía Local, 3, 46015 Valencia, Spain

960451185


Digital transparency index

20%

Features: Private




Av. de Burjassot, 1, 46009 Valencia, Spain


Digital transparency index

17%

Features: Private




Av. de la Ilustración, 1, 46100 Valencia, Spain


Digital transparency index

16%

Features: State




Calle San Martín, 4, 46003 Valencia, Spain

963525942


Digital transparency index

16%

Features: Private




Quick info - Spain fertility treatment costs in 2021:


Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.

Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.


Average price of standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

5,571

Average ICSI treatment price:

470

Average price of IVF with Egg donation:

7,033

Average price of IVF with Embryo donation:

3,708

Average price of IVF with Sperm donation:

3,215








Packages & Deals | 2021

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General Information

Valencia is a city located on the Costa del Azahar (free translation of the Orange Blossom Coast), which is an industrial area on the Gulf of Valencia. It is the third largest city in Spain in terms of population.


History

Valencia was founded during Roman colonization in 138 BC under Consul Decima Iunia Bruta Callaica, under the name Valentia Edetanorum. Eight centuries later, in 711, the city was occupied by the Arabs, who also brought their language, customs, Islamic religion and legal order.

The Arab dominion lasted for half a millennium, until in 1238 King James I conquered the city of Aragon and divided the land among the nobility who took part in its campaign. James introduced new laws, the so-called Valencian furs (Spanish for fueros), which extended to the entire Kingdom of Valencia.

The "fueros" expired in the 18th century by King Philip V of Spain: it was to be a punishment for the union of Valencia with Emperor Charles VI. in the War of the Spanish Succession.


Seville - Quick guide

The center of Valencia lies in the bend of the branch of the Turia River, less than five kilometers west of the Mediterranean Sea. The actual flow of the river, or rather its riverbed, was transferred to the south of the city in the second half of the twentieth century. In the former riverbed (over which bridges still lead) today is over 9 km long park Jardí del Túria, which is one of the largest city parks in Europe.

On the edge of the historic center southwest of the cathedral is a large modernist building Mercat Central (Main or Central Market) from 1914. Opposite is the only Valencian monument inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, the Gothic building of the so-called Silk Exchange La Llotja de la Seda. The building dates from 1482 to 1548 and is one of the few preserved Gothic monuments in the city.


Interesting Facts

The city is home to the football clubs Valencia CF and Levante UD.



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