Study Spanish the Mediterranean Way
Valencia is, without a doubt, the home of paella, but it's also much more. If you want a date with history, walk around Valencia Cathedral and the Silk Exchange. If you prefer more modern areas, you've got the famous Museum of Arts and Sciences or the Fallas Museum, to name just a few. And, of course, Valencia is a port on the Mediterranean, an all-around great place to learn Spanish.
Valencia is Spain's third largest city and has undergone a transformative cultural renaissance in recent years. Located on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, it has everything from pristine beaches to fascinating architecture, a world class soccer team, futuristic facilities that attract huge international events, unique attractions, and a nightlife that doesn't sleep till dawn.
Learn Spanish in Valencia and experience it for yourself! With friendly locals you're sure to have plenty of opportunities to put all your new Spanish knowledge into practice.
Once Upon a Time...
Valencia has a long history going back over 2,000 years. The historic center is home to a number of astonishing Gothic buildings scattered throughout the city center, especially the cathedral and the Silk Exchange building (known as La Lonja).
Amazing street art juxtaposed with incredible ancient architecture give you a sense of the artistic side of this city and fields filled with fresh fruit and vegetables and horse-drawn carriages give you glimpses into Spain's past. With such easy access to the city center from the school, visiting and admiring these works of art are a must.
Learning Through Experiences
Today, the artistic and cultural traditions of Valencia collide with the modern and festive to create a truly unique atmosphere. From the renowned Las Fallas fire festival, which lights up the whole city every year with elaborate sculptures set aflame, to Valencia's world-famous paella, there will always be something to spark interest in this city.
In fact, this is a favorite vacation spot for many residents of the peninsula, so you are likely to find yourself chatting with a variety of Spaniards while you learn Spanish in Valencia.