Guided walks with tutors
As our school is located near the centre of Valencia there are many places of interest within walking distance of the school.
A great way to discover Valencia is to join our tutors on a tapas tour or salsa night, or a concert. We really know Valencia well, and these evenings are really popular with our students. The cost of the activity includes the personal consumption, the entrance or guide. The Spanish practice is free!
Visits to the city’s museums
Valencia itself is rich in culture and art. In the Fallas Museum you will find on display the best of the previous Fallas Ninots, while in the Museum of Ceramics you can admire the creative craftsmanship of historic Valencian artists. For modern or classic art lovers, there is the IVAM (Valencia Modern Art Museum) and the Museum of Fine Arts San Pio V.
Built in the shape of a water lily, Oceanografic is the largest aquarium of Europe. Each building represents different aquatic environments including the Mediterranean, Tropical Seas, the Antarctic and the Arctic. It has 500 species of animals. Inside, you can find a spectacular restaurant and a dolphinarium.