Spanish school in Valencia

Valencia, located on the Mediterranean coast, is Spain’s third largest city after Madrid and Barcelona. It is a lively and dynamic city with something for all tastes and all ages. The famous City of Arts and Sciences complex, a stunning piece of modern architecture that includes science and art museums, an Imax cinema and the biggest aquarium in Europe, has increased Valencia’s popularity and recognition.

The Region

Valencia’s warm climate and plentiful sunshine make a wide range of outdoor activities possible such as golf, horse riding, tennis, nautical and water sports.

When you come to Valencia you won’t feel alone.

There are plenty of fiestas in nearby villages during the months of July, August and September, which commemorate local patron saints or re-enact the defeat of the Moors with parades, fireworks and, often, bull running. They are within easy reach and you would be hard-pressed not to find one.

Valencia’s local festival, called “LAS FALLAS,” is the most important and popular of the region. Over four days, huge papier-mâché statues depicting popular and ironic themes stand at just about every street corner, only to be burned after midnight on 19th of March.

At many times during the year, whatever the occasion, you will be able to see one of Valencia’s renowned firework display, called “castillos.”

What do you need to know before travelling to Valencia?