Are you a paella enthusiast? Tomorrow - September 20th - marks the date of the much-anticipated World Paella Day Cup, an international event that will bring together chefs from different corners of the globe in the beautiful city of València.
On June 24th Valencia has a new public holiday. Do you know what it is about? La noche de San Juan! Read on to learn about the magical night of Valencia. All about San Juan The night of San Juan takes place
Did you know that while you study abroad there are so many extra curricular activities that you can get involved with? They are a great way to keep up with your Spanish after class and have fun learning about the culture
Today we got the chance to talk to one of our long term Spanish students, Anthony, who told us more about his experience at Euroace! 1. Anthony, had you studied Spanish before or did you start here as a total
Having just celebrated the Easter holidays, Valencia is already preparing its next celebration - this time a local one in honor of Valencia’s patron saint, San Vicent Ferrer! . This year the "Día de San Vicente Ferrer" takes place on Monday 17th April,
Spring has officially sprung! The sun is shining, the leaves on the trees are returning, and the beautiful blossom across the city is back! So, are you ready to enjoy this spectacular time in Valencia? We’ll tell you some great
As the city officials shouted “Ja estem en Falles!” in “La Cridà” on February 26th, the Fallas festival officially began. You have probably already enjoyed the “Mascletà” at the town hall square and the many churros stands lining the streets!
There are so many ways to keep on practicing your Spanish after class has finished. Read on to find out how new day to day habits could make the difference in your learning! Join language exchange nights Going to a language exchange
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,