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The best Spanish courses in Valencia
Private lessons 10 Españolé IH ValenciaEspañolé IH Valencia10 Spanish lessons per week. A specially designed program to fit the needs of the student
Intensive Spanish course 20 + Gym TaronjaTaronja20 Spanish lessons in group per week + 5 socioculturals + gym voucher
Intensive Spanish course 20 + Sailing TaronjaTaronjaThis Spanish course is perfect for the students who want to combine their Spanish lessons ...
Training Course for Spanish Teachers Españolé IH ValenciaEspañolé IH ValenciaSpecial Spanish teacher training for non-natives. 2 weeks, 20 classes per week.
Summer Program for teens in residence Españolé IH ValenciaEspañolé IH ValenciaSpecial program for teenagers 14-17 years old with spanish course, including accommodation and cutural activities
Private Spanish lessons 20 Españolé IH ValenciaEspañolé IH Valencia20 spanish lessons per week. Especially designed program to fix the needs of the students
DELE preparation course Españolé IH ValenciaEspañolé IH Valencia20 group classes per week specializing in preparing for the DELE exams.
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A Spanish course in Valencia will place you right at the heart of the Valencian community and you will get to experience the unique traditions that it has to offer, while living and breathing the bustling metropolis.
Valencia blends its 2000-year history seamlessly with modern and imaginative architecture, offering the unique experience of two extremes.
Of course, Valencia wouldn’t be Valencia without its popular beaches and nightlife, but the city can offer you so much more with its traditional festivals and cuisine.
There are various Spanish schools in Valencia, accredited by the Instituto Cervantes, and each one has its own special charm. Choose the one that appeals most to you and start learning Spanish in one of the most interesting cities in the country.
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Valencia has the same cultural, entertainment and transport services (underground, bus, tram, public bikes...) as a big metropolis, but smaller in size. This makes it an easy and comfortable city to live in while you study Spanish in Valencia!
Between the 14th and 15th centuries, Valencia was one of the most important capitals in Europe, and it has continuously evolved and adapted to become the mini-metropolis it is today. You can find here a lot of impressive buildings, cultural events and a nightlife full of pubs and restaurants. One of the Spanish schools in Valencia would be the perfect place to achieve a mixture of history, culture and fun!
The city also has a wonderful beach, only 25 minutes from the city centre! Malvarrosa and Patacona are the two prestigious beaches of the city. These urban beaches are excellent, wide and open, with fine gold sand – a coastal paradise in the heart of the city. The quantity and the quality of amenities are very good; and you can find many restaurants and cafés nearby, most of them specialising in traditional Valencian paellas, allowing you to experience the authentic culture of the region while you learn Spanish in Valencia.
The city also has plenty of attractions for all tastes that you can explore in your free time outside of your Spanish lessons in Valencia. One of the most popular attractions is the futuristic City of Arts and Science, the "city inside the city". It is considered one of the most amazing and inventive architectural projects in the world and contains an aquarium, The City of Arts and Sciences, a projection hall and The Queen Sofía Palace of the Arts.
If you choose a Spanish course in Valencia, you will get the best mix of modernity and tradition. The Valencian community will welcome you with open arms.
One of the most famous Valencian festivals that you can’t miss if you study Spanish in Valencia. Every March, Valencia welcomes the arrival of spring. Streets are filled with happiness, energy and hubbub as the celebrations of the Fallas arrives. It's a lovely combination of tradition, satire, art and love for their area and community. Giant figures made of papier mâché, fireworks, lots of light and joy are features of this festival. This festivity burns all bad things and the city is reborn from its ashes to welcome a new season. People celebrate this celebration whole-heartedly, and to visit the city during these dates is an incredible experience, so book a Spanish course in Valencia for March!
Valencia’s Jazz Festival is an annual event which brings many international names in the Jazz scene from all over the world to the city, and also exhibits local talent from the Valencian Community. There are free concerts in the Turia river gardens, as well as other concerts in districts all over the city, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to check out some performances with a Spanish course in Valencia. There are also activities for children and young people, to encourage young talent.
It's the shortest night of the year that welcomes the arrival of the summer. Bonfires are lit by the sea and people get together on the beach to have dinner, perform rituals, make wishes, dance and sing. It’s a festival that brings the Valencian people together, and you will be able to see the closeness of the community while you learn Spanish in Valencia.
Festival Internacional de Benicàssim (FIB) is one of the most popular Spanish music festivals amongst tourists and young people from all over the world. Established in 1995, year after year it has provided some of the best line-ups of international artists. It takes place in the beach resort of Benicassim, just outside of Valencia, but is easily reachable by coach or train. Previous line-ups have included diverse sets of artists such as the 1975, Travis Scott, the Killers and Liam Gallagher. A must-see during summer Spanish lessons in Valencia.
One of the most famous Spanish festivals in the world, and also one of the craziest. 125,000kg of tomatoes are brought to the small Valencian town of Buñol to be thrown in the tomato fight which lasts just one hour. Afterwards, the streets are painted red and the fire brigade comes to clean them up. This festival is immensely popular amongst tourists around the world, who flock to Buñol to get in on the action. You should definitely grab the chance to do this during your Spanish course in Valencia!
Every year, Valencia’s skies light up full of colour and magic during the International Festival of Pyrotechnics. The festival is attended by Europe’s most renowned pyrotechnics companies who put on a dazzling show for all of Valencia’s citizens. A magical way to spend an autumn night while you study Spanish in Valencia.
You will really be able to get a feel of the history and culture of the city outside of your Spanish school in Valencia with this tradition. This celebration originated in 1338 as a way of commemorating the 100-year anniversary of King James I’s victory in 1238, occupying Moorish forces. Parades and festivities were organized and were attended by King Pedro III, becoming tradition for years to come. The festival also coincides with the Day of Saint Dionisio, similar to Valentine’s Day, where men traditionally give their significant others marzipan sweets wrapped in neckerchiefs.