Language & Culture school trips to Valencia
Valencia, the third largest city in Spain surprisingly offers an intimate, small-town atmosphere which makes it an ideal location for students to improve their Spanish language skills. Easy to explore on foot, students will benefit from the city’s welcoming attitude to visitors and the opportunities to practice speaking with locals in the markets, parks and beaches. This beautiful Spanish coastal city, with its own distinct culture, is a perfect and great alternative to Madrid or Barcelona for groups looking for an authentic Spanish Language and Culture school trip.
- Flight to Valencia
- Free time to explore the city
- Visit Central Market and Silk Exchange
- Albufera boat trip
- Valencia Cathedral
- Paella cookery workshop
- Fallas Museum
- Flamenco and Tapas Show
- Miguelete Tower
- Visit el Carmen area
- Flight back to UK
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- Great location next to the Turia Gardens
- Rooftop swimming pool
Located in Nuevo Centro next to the Turia Gardens (the largest natural garden in Spain), the Expo Hotel is a 20-minute walk from the Old Town and right next to Nuevo Centro Shopping Centre.
Location: 20 minutes' walk from the old town and Valencia’s main attractions.
Facilities: The hotel features a fantastic rooftop seasonal swimming pool, on-site coffee house, restaurant and snack bar.
Accommodation: Air-conditioned twin and triple en-suite rooms are available.
Meals: For dining, the Expo Hotel offers a hot and cold buffet breakfast, as well as packed lunches and evening meals can be arranged upon request.
Valencia Centre Youth Hostel
- Ideal location next to Plaza de la Virgen and the Cathedral
- Modern and well kept
Located in Valencia historic centre, Valencia Centre Youth Hostel is in a superb location, right next to Plaza de la Virgen, Torres de Serranos and the Old City Gates.
Location: Valencia's Old Town.
Facilities: Facilities include a rooftop terrace, dining area, shared kitchen, computers with internet access, free Wi-Fi and a shared TV/lounge area.
Accommodation: The dorms can bed between 2 - 12 people and most rooms are fully en-suite or feature a bathroom within the dormitory. Please note towels are not included.
Meals: The hostel offers a continental buffet breakfast in the dining room, there are also a wide selection of restaurants in the area, or meals can be made in the communal kitchen.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
One of the largest aquariums in Europe and part of the stunning, futuristic-looking City of the Arts and Sciences complex. The aquarium contains various examples and exhibitions of marine habitats and ecosystems from across the world's seas and oceans.
Flamenco and Tapas show
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.
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, Main Road Calle Colon, Carmen district, Central Market, Valencia Cathedral, Serrano Towers and Quart Towers.
This Gothic-style octagonal bell tower, built between the 14th and 15th centuries, stands right beside the majestic Valencia Cathedral, in the heart of the city’s historic centre. To be rewarded with spectacular views over the city and sea beyond, you’ll have to climb the internal spiral staircase with its 207 steps.
Built on the site of a Roman temple in the thirteenth century, Valencia Cathedral sits at the heart of the old town of Valencia - El Carmen – and links two iconic plazas - Plaza de la Reina and Plaza de la Virgen. The Cathedral itself is an impressive structure that spans a variety of architecture styles, including baroque, Romanesque and Gothic.
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