Why Valencia?

Because its size is ideal (1 million inhabitants): It has the same cultural, leisure and transport services (metro, bus, tram, public bike …) as a large metropolis but with a much smaller size. Valencia is an easy and comfortable city to live, that’s why Valencia and its beaches are one of the cities chosen by tourists. Between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries was one of the most important centers in Europe. You will find a great number of impressive buildings, cultural events and nightlife full of pubs and restaurants… Because it is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, it is clean, rich and very safe. In addition, it is not an expensive city, compared to other cities.

One city within another

This futuristic “city within the city” is surely considered as one of the most surprising and imaginative architectural projects. It contains the Oceanographic, the City of Sciences, the Hemisphere and the Palace of the Arts. A place in Valencia to visit and from our Spanish school we offer guided tours through the most hidden corners of the city of arts in Valencia, so that our Spanish students enjoy each place as if it were theirs.

Museo de las ciencias Valencia Vincci Palace

Because Valencia enjoys a very pleasant Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperature is 22ºC with warm summers and mild winters, rarely below 12ºC. Autumns are slightly rainy, as is the beginning of spring. You can enjoy warm temperatures seven months a year. Valencia is strategically located in the middle of important cities to visit, such as Madrid, Barcelona or Ibiza, which makes it easy to visit.

The city of Valencia has, during the year, several important events that you can not miss. One of the most important are the Fallas de Valencia, a party known internationally and of great artistic beauty. For five days the whole city is thrown into a festival of gunpowder, fireworks and music, which will end up with big monuments of cardboard burning in its streets. We can not forget the TOMATINA, which takes place in a town near Valencia, Buñol, where, after a long night of party, people go to the downtown to celebrate a great battle of tomatoes.