Learn Spanish in Valencia

Valencia is a well-balanced combination of history and modernity, of mountains and sea, of everything you can imagine and much more. It's home to fantastic science museums and Spain's most popular fiestas. Here you can visit the largest aquarium in Europe and see an enormous variety of marine species living there. Learning Spanish in Valencia means having an infinite amount of cultural activities nearby to go to with your classmates and put what you've learned in Spanish class into practice. There's so much to discover in Spain's third largest city that before you know it, you'll feel like a true Valencian. When you study Spanish in Valencia, you know you're learning an important life skill that will open doors for you in both your personal and professional life. Let your hair down as you experience some of the city's best nightlife and discover the many sides of Valencia.

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School facilities & location

  • School is in a beautiful, fully renovated 15th-century palace 
  • 17 spacious, modern classrooms
  • Comfy common areas and terrace to relax or study between classes
  • Computers for student use, study tables for laptops
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Wheelchair access
  • Near various bus and metro stops
  • In the lively, central El Carmen neighborhood in Valencia's medieval Old Town
  • Surrounded by cafés, bars, restaurants, and shops
  • Walking distance: Central Market, Silk Exchange, Cathedral of Valencia (5 min.), Serranos Towers (5 min.), Quart Towers (10 min.), City Museum (10 min.), Valencian Institute of Modern Art (10 min.), Museum of Fine Arts (15 min.)
  • Optional activities: Museum of Fine Arts, Marques de Dos Aguas Palace, Breakfast at Central Market, Tapas tour, Calatrava (Valencian architect) tour
  • Optional excursions: Bioparc Valencia, Oceanogràfic acquarium, Requena, Xátiva, Spanish bike ride along the river
School Activity Agenda

Activities in Valencia - Sample month

Tuesday | 16h. Guided tour of the city
Wednesday | 16h. Movie session
Thursday | 20.30h. Tapas dinner + Spanish
Friday | 18h. Wine and tapas
Saturday | 10h. Fish Market and Central Market
Monday | 16h. Guided tour of the city
Wednesday | 16h. Movie session
Thursday | 20.30h. Tapas dinner + Spanish
Friday | 119.30h. Valencia at night
Saturday | 10h. Excursion to Cullera
Monday | 16h. Guided tour of the city
Tuesday | 16h. Swearing Workshop
Wednesday | 16h. Movie session
Thursday | 16h. Fallero Museum
Friday | 17h. Visit Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas
Saturday | 10h. Popular lunch + Spanish
Tuesda | 16h. Visit the Botanical Garden of Valencia
Wednesday | 16h. Movie session
Thursday | 20.30h. Flamenco show
Friday | 15.30h. Mirmiró at the IVAM Museum
Saturday | 10h. Hemispheric + Oceanographic
Monday | 16h. Guided tour of the city
Tuesday | 16h. Guided tour of the city
Wednesday | 16h. Movie session

Learn Spanish

To know which kind of Spanish classes are best for you, all you have to do is decide on a goal. Do you want to improve your level? Then you should go for one of our Intensive Spanish courses in Valencia. Would you like to earn an official certificate to document your level? Get fullly prepared for your exam with our prep classes. Do you need the teacher's full attention to maximize your learning? Choose private or semi-private lessons. Our Spanish classes in Valencia are always focused on meeting the needs of each student. That's why of all the different courses we offer, there's always one that's just right for you.

Travel Through Valencia

From taking a tour to learn about the city's legends to visiting the most typical tourist attractions like the Central Market or the Silk Exchange, everything you do will give you a fresh taste of city life. Taking Spanish classes in Valencia will not only show you a new language, but also put you in contact with a new culture. You'll learn a new way of looking at and discovering the world and all the people in it. And of course, if you plan to have your Spanish course coincide with the Fallas festival, you'll have the chance to witness one of Spain's most spectacular fiestas in a mix of noise, firecrackers, and crowds of revelers. Enjoy your trip through Valencia.



Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

This futuristic building has become the emblem of Valencia. Designed by the local architect Santiago Calatrava, it hosts an opera house, planetarium, botanical garden and Europe´s biggest marine park. It is devoted to scientific and cultural dissemination. A definite must-see for anyone visiting Valencia. 

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Discover Valencia

Valencia is one of Spain's top tourist destinations, which means that in addition to learning Spanish in Valencia you'll also be able to enjoy a cultural offering with something for everyone. From live concerts and theater performances to exhibitions, sports events, and musicals, you'll have all sorts of ways to get to know the local culture even better as you enjoy Spain's rich diversity without having to leave your destination.

FALLAS - March 15 to 19

More than 500 monuments made of paper-mache burn among fireworks displays.

LA TOMATINA - August 28

20,000 people throw tomatoes at each other until the streets are stained bright red. Paella and music everywhere.

SAINT JOHN - June 20 to 24

Jump over waves and bonfires at the beach to attract good luck, following the ancient rituals.


A battle is reenacted in Alcoy. Thanks to Saint George, the Christians are able to recover their land.

GRAPE HARVEST FIESTA - August 21 to September 1

Grape stomping, grape juice blessing, nights devoted to wine, and floral offerings in Requena.


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