All you need to know about Fallas!
If you’re in Valencia, you must have heard about the Fallas festival! But do you know what it's all about? With only a few days to go until we begin to celebrate Fallas 2023, we'd like to introduce you to
Celebrate Carnival in Valencia
Carnival is well-known as one of the most popular and exciting festivities in the world, as it’s the time when costumes, masks and parades fill the streets with merrymaking and joy. Find out here how the most colorful party of
Explore the beautiful town of Requena!
On our next trip we're heading to Requena! Requena is a well-known site of history, wines and artesanal products such as cheeses and cured meats. It's the home of the Spanish "embutido". Have you heard this word before? If not,
The historic town of Xàtiva
Have you ever heard of the Valencian town Xàtiva? Read on to learn about this town and its colorful history. In addition, Euroace has got an exciting day trip coming up on the 31st of January, open to Euroace students! History
All you need to know about El Día de Los Reyes Magos
Celebrated as an annual public holiday in Spain, El Día de Los Reyes Magos or The Day of the Three Kings is seen as an event even bigger than Christmas! Held every year on January the 5th and 6th, it's
Keeping up with your Spanish over the holidays!
With the holidays just around the corner, here are some top tips to keep up with your Spanish during the holiday season! Get organized The end of the year and start of a new year is the perfect time to get organized!
Gap Year Student Q&A
As we look ahead to 2023, we chatted with one of our Gap Year students to see what it was like being a 2022 Euroace student. 1. What did your Gap Year program include? It included a volunteer program, Spanish classes, a
The night of San Juan in Valencia
One of the best things about Valenica is its many public holidays! Next week we've got another coming up, on the 24th of June, called La Noche de San Juan. In 2020 and 2021, this wasn't celebrated in Valencia due
Día de San Vicente Ferrer
Having just had the Easter holidays, Valencia is lucky enough to celebrate yet another holiday - this time a local one in honor of Valencia's patron saint, San Vicente Ferrer. This year it will take place on Monday 25th April, which means
Semana Santa Marinera
Have you ever experienced Semana Santa, or Holy Week, in Valencia? The city celebrates this holiday in a unique way, with a special focus on marine traditions - giving its name Semana Santa Marinera. Read on to find out more