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Lying on Spain's southeastern coast, the port city of Valencia has several beaches, lakes and walking trails. With futuristic structures including a planetarium, an oceanarium and an interactive museum, Valencia is known for its City of Arts and Sciences and a fantastic destination for educational student trips in a range of subjects. As Spain's third largest city, behind Madrid and Barcelona, it is also a lively city thriving in culture, places to eat and nightlife.

The city offers the striking buildings of the Cuidad de las Artes y Las Ciencias, designed by local Santiago Calatrava. Other brilliant contemporary buildings can be found around the city, which also has a fistful of fabulous Modernista architecture, great museums and a large, characterful old quarter. Valencia is also famous as the home of rice dishes such as paella.

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El Puig de Santa Maria Royal Monastery

The monastery is laid out in two different areas: the convent and the Virgen de Jaraba Sanctuary. Together they conform a grandiose rectangular building flanked by four sturdy towers. The oldest part of today’s monastery is the Sanctuary, dedicated to the Virgin and patron saint of Valencia. Only the doorway remains of the primitive church with its single nave, built by order of James I in 1238. The current church was started in 1300 read more ...

Museo Fallero Fallas Museum

A falla is a peculiar, satirical monument made of flammable materials (cardboard, wood, etc.). The monument is exhibited to the public for various days before being burnt on the eve of the Day of Saint Joseph (March 19th). The monuments are possible thanks to the efforts of the neighbourhood groups known as commissions (organizing committees) which work throughout the year organising of the festivals. The construction of the monuments is entru read more ...

Nou Mestalla Stadium

Valencia Football Club - Valencia FC is one of the best teams in Spanish football, winning a League and UEFA Cup double in 2004/05. The home of Valencia FC is in the centre of Valencia at Mestalla Stadium, which has a capacity of 55,000. A tour of the stadium will give you the opportunity to learn about the history of the club and see behind the scenes areas of this magnificent stadium. The tour includes: Press Room, local dressing room, l read more ...

Sagunto

"Saguntum" for the Romans, it still preserves many archaeological remains and monuments in the old town, which bear witness of its importance in the ancient world. Sagunto old town has been declared a Property of Cultural Interest. Sagunto has one of the most important stories of Valencian Community, especially in Roman times. Student groups will discover this fascinating story during the tour in which the guide will explain everythi read more ...

Spanish lessons

Our recommended school of Spanish in Valencia, is one of the best and most popular language schools in Spain, with more than 2,500 students every year. The school is accredited by the Cervantes Institute and EAQUALS. Excellence in Language Teaching also have the honor of having won the Spanish School STM Star Awards 2015, the most prestigious prize in the tourism sector of education voted for by industry professionals, and they have been nomin read more ...

The Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo

Since it was officially opened on 19th September 1999, The Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo has become an emblematic venue. The Circuit has received many awards over the years, positioning it among the very best of today’s racing circuits. A circuit inside a stadium defines the idea behind the Circuit, which was designed so that spectators could follow races in full from the stands. The entire track can be from 65000 seat read more ...

The Palau de la Música of Valencia

“Is a fantastic room, it has a wonderful acoustic. I have been turning the voice in all directions and it’s the most beautiful I have never heard” said Montserrat Caballé. The Palau de la Música is one of the most emblematic buildings of Valencia and one of the most important musical centres in Europe. To find out more contact our expert Valenica team today on 01279 658221.

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