Located on Spain’s eastern coast and with a population of over a million people, Valencia is third largest city in the country. The city was founded as a Roman colony and later occupied by Arab Moors. In the 15th and 16th centuries, it was one of the principal cultural and economic centers of the Mediterranean sea.
Today, Valencia’s historic city center is one of the largest in Spain and packed with interesting street art, cafés and incredible architecture. Valencia’s most famous attractions are its Cathedral and La Lonja de la Seda which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s easy to wander the winding cobbled alleys and backstreets to find pretty hidden squares and tiny churches. Valencia is not like the rest of Spain. As well as having its own language, the region has all kinds of proud traditions, including food (paella), festivals and traditional dress that can’t be found anywhere else.
Our courses are offered in the city center, all year round.
Free time activities included:
one guided tour of the city.
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