Food Technology school trips to Valencia
What better place to study Food Technology than the home of paella! A school trip to Valencia wouldn’t be complete without a paella cookery workshop (the traditional version is chicken & rabbit with local beans), where you’ll learn the secrets to a sumptuous dish. Try Horchata, Valencia’s unique drink, made from local tigernuts - Valencia is the only place the tigernuts grows in Europe.
Visit the local orange groves that surround the city. Learn more about the properties of olive oil through a visit to a production plant, see the rich abundance of crops growing at the edge of the city, then stroll through Central Market with its colourful and varied produce on display.
- Great location next to the Turia Gardens
- Rooftop swimming pool
This comfortable hotel is next to a large, modern shopping centre. There is a fantastic rooftop pool with lifeguard and it is an excellent base for exploring the city and making the most of the Valencian sunshine. Rooms are bright and comfortable.
Location: Located in Nuevo Centro next to the Turia Gardens (the largest natural garden in Spain), 20 minutes walk from the old town and Valencia?s main attractions.
Facilities: Free wifi, luggage room, roof terrace, outdoor swimming pool (May-Sept), air conditioning, meeting rooms (available to book).
Accommodation: Twin & triple modern ensuite rooms.
Meals: Hot and cold buffet breakfast. Hot or packed lunch & evening meals can be arranged.
Valencia Centre YH
- Ideal location next to Plaza de la Virgen and the Cathedral
- Modern and well kept
This modern hostel welcomes groups & offers good facilities including a 5th floor roof terrace with impressive views of the old town.
Location: Valencia old town.
Facilities: Free wifi, luggage room, individual lockers, roof terrace, air conditioning, heating.
Accommodation: 2-12 bedded modern rooms (most room types are fully en suite). Towels not included.
Meals: Continental breakfast.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
The ‘Mercado Central’ is one of the oldest markets still in use in Europe and has been declared a ''Heritage of Cultural Interest'' site by the Spanish Ministry of Culture. It's a popular spot with locals and is the perfect location to immerse yourself in the heart of the city’s culture and to get lost in its numerous aisles filled with delicious produce.
Agro-Tourism tour in ‘L’Horta’
Enjoy the beauty of the landscape surrounding the city; L’Horta is one of six market gardens that still exists in Europe. The unique mix of irrigation systems, land rotation and farmer knowledge means the landscape can sustain a vast array of different crops and literally changes with every season.
Extra virgin olive oil tour
Visit the groves then on to the factory to see the production process for olive oil; one of the mainstays of the Mediterranean diet with its great antioxidant properties. .
Take a guided tour along quiet farm roads to discover the history of the crop, the cultivation of orange trees, the properties of the orange and orange blossom; and the architecture related to this crop, finishing with a visit to a manufacturing plant.
Guided Tour of Valencia
Tailored to your learning objectives, discover more about Valencia’s history, Old Town, silk trade or culinary highlights. During the tour you will visit the main attractions including Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Plaza de la Virgen, Lonja, Train Station, Bullring, Calle Colón, Carmen district, Central Market, Valencia Cathedral, Serrano Towers and Quart Towers.
Flamenco show / lesson
Enjoy an authentic Spanish night in Valencia in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Be entertained by live flamenco musicians and dancers and feast on a hearty spread of traditional tapas.
Albufera Boat Trip
Experience the tranquillity of the Albufera Natural Park, home to the largest lake in Spain and one of the most important wetland areas on the Iberian peninsula. Climb aboard a traditional vessel - how the people in the past reached the island of “El Palmar” before roads reached the region.
Quick Tip: If you have an excursion in mind which you don't see listed, please get in touch so we can do our best to arrange it for you!
Call our friendly team today on 01273 648 248 or submit your details online below and we'll get back to you soon!