Right now the world is focused on COVID-19 and because of this people are choosing to keep their social outings more limited. Meaning more people are opting to stay indoors rather than get outside to enjoy outdoor activities. Valencia is spectacular during the summer time!
In case you didn’t know, on Monday 20th April, Valencians will celebrate the local holiday known as “San Vicente Ferrer”. They don’t have a fixed date for celebrating it, because every year it takes place on the second Monday of Easter. Next
Easter, also locally known as 'Semana Santa' (Holy week), is one of the most important celebrations in Spain. Although celebrations won't be happening this year, we wanted to give you an idea of how this holiday is usually celebrated in
Food in the region of Valencia offers a variety of traditional flavors and culinary delights! As part of the Mediterranean family, Valencian cuisine is full of delicious and healthy recipes, based around fresh fish, seafood, rice, fruit, and vegetables. Although paella
Just before your study abroad trip, we want to give you a quick insight into the local customs and Spanish ways! While some customs you may know are just stereotypes, others are completely true and surely there are still many
Typical Traditions The night of San Juan, which takes place from June 23rd to June 24th, is one of the most awaited moments of the whole year in Valencia! Why? … because it’s the official ‘welcome’ to summer! To celebrate it, the
For some of you, when you arrive you might feel like everything in Spain is magical: everything tastes amazing, the streets are beautiful, the people are friendly, etc. For others, there might be more of an adjustment phase, or what
Do you know Valencia has its own regional language? Valencian is spread all over the Valencian Community and it’s a co-official language along with Spanish. We know this might be a bit confusing and that’s why today we’ll teach you some