More and more students are looking to study abroad this summer and Spain is a prime destination for those looking to improve their Spanish skills! We interviewed our U.S. student, John Paul, on his Spanish course in Valencia to give
Hello to all our international friends! We wanted to direct our blog towards all the health, safety and travel updates that have been taking place recently, so things are a little bit clearer for you. . What's the current Covid-19 situation in
New Covid-19 regulations were put in place yesterday in Valencia to limit social interactions further and prevent the spread of the virus. These rules are in effect until (at least) February 15th and are active for the whole Valencia region.
.Why is now the best time to discover the Valencian community?! . In Spain, the government's latest Covid regulations have us locked down by region, meaning, we can't cross the border of the region we're in. To avoid an unnecessary increase
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
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
Did you know there are two national holidays this week?! That’s right, both Friday, December 6th and Sunday, December 8th are celebrated throughout the entire country. So what are they and what do they represent? Continue reading to find out