If you still have no plans for this weekend, we invite you to take a look at our small selection of events in Valencia. Find out more on the blog of our Spanish school, El Rincón del Tándem 😊
If after the last long weekend, you still have no ideas about what to do this weekend, our suggestions for events in Valencia will be very useful.
For this weekend, we encourage you to alternate cultural events with fun activities.
Have a look below for more details!
Más que una etiqueta verde
Saturday 11, from 11am to 8pm. Sunday 12, from 11am to 7.30pm
Satchmo Swing, Calle Cabo Jubi 4
Más que una etiqueta verde (More than a green label) is an interesting initiative that promotes the development of environmentally sustainable business initiatives.
The event, which will be held this weekend, is promoted by the il Quartiere association and proposes a space for debate and exchange of ideas on entrepreneurship and the environment.
Within the scope of these two days, workshops and debates will be held, dealing with different topics related to the main event concept. For example, the use of technology for sustainable design, the blue economy or new ways of thinking and doing work.
On the occasion of this conference, the Creativo, mercado de diseño, where 15 sustainable business initiatives will be taking part, will once again be taking place.
And last but not least, there will be concerts and DJ sessions…
Are you in for it? 😊
Contemporary art exhibition at La Base
Until January 10. Tuesday to Friday, from 10am to 2pm and from 4pm to 7pm. Saturday, from 10am to 7pm and Sunday from 10am to3pm.
La Base, Calle de la Aduana, Moll de Ponent
The Christmas holidays are approaching and provide us with the perfect opportunity to catch up on the exhibitions we have not yet had the time to visit.
Without a doubt, the exhibition at La Base de la Marina de Valencia is one of these unmissable events.
It is a group exhibition that brings together 101 works from the Àcentmètresducentredumonde de Perpignan centre, an art space founded by Vicent Madramany, a Valencian art collector and patron.
The exhibition offers us a journey through contemporary European painting through the works of 33 international artists. A journey through art that focuses on three concepts: memory, fiction and identity.
An artistic event that is also a tribute to Madramany. A key figure in the internationalisation of Valencian agricultural cooperativism and famous for promoting an unprecedented form of art collecting (cooperative collecting).
#Descubre Street Art “Velluters”
Sunday 12 at 11am
Fee: 12 euros
On of the little pleasures of sunny Valencian weekends is to take a stroll through the city centre and its most picturesque neighbourhoods.
Or, even better, joining a guided tour to learn more about the history and artistic treasures of the city.
This Sunday, Tarasca Turisme invites us to an artistic route through the Carmen and Pilar neighbourhoods. During this tour, expert guides will take us to get to know closely the urban works of well-known artists such as Julieta, Pichiavo, Escif and Deih.
To take part in the route you must book in advance and be at the meeting point (main entrance of the IVAM) at least 10 minutes beforehand.
An experience that will really wonder us…
Naturaleza encendida. Aquatic
Until January 16. From Wednesday to Sunday, from 6.30pm to 12am
Oceanogràfic de la Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Calle de Eduardo Primo Yúfera
Fee: from 12.50 euros
After the Viveros Lights, another immersive experience with lights arrives in Valencia.
This time, we move to the Ocenogràfic to take a night walk full of magic among figures and light effects.
In fact, more than a million LED lights and videomapping will transform the garden areas and buildings of the Oceanogràfic into a dreamlike landscape.
If you want to enjoy this immersive Christmas experience, you can plan your visit and get your ticket here.
We hope that our proposal of events in Valencia will help you to make plans for the weekend😉
Lastly, our Spanish school El Rincón del Tándem invites you to enjoy the culture and to continue getting to know our beautiful city.
Of course, without forgetting to practise your Spanish outside the classroom…