Light, sun and Mediterranean lifestyle by the sea. Come to know Valencia.
Valencia is located by the Mediterranean and its 300 days of sunshine a year make it one of the cities with the best climate in Europe. Warm, calm and cheerful, its streets are full of life. Heiress of traditions, Valencia respects and protects its historical legacy while looking to the future. Do you want to explore Valencia?
Let’s take a walk through Valencia
Valencia is for you
Choose Valencia and discover your favorite places in the city.
In the centre of Valencia
In the very heart of Valencia, next to the famous Central Market, surrounded by history and culture. Very close to the commercial area and located in a space full of life and activity, our school enjoys a privileged location.
See everything that Valencia offers you
History, painting, sculpture, classical and contemporary art … a rich and varied cultural offer.
Have a coffee or freshly squeezed juice on a terrace as the sun goes down.
Take a walk, run or just sit down to read a good book in the shade of a tree in one of the wide green areas of the city.
Sailing, swimming, tennis, soccer… what is your sport? In Valencia you have places to practice it whenever and with whoever you want.
Valencia loves music, you can enjoy it in the many places that offer live music.
Fashion, technology, gastronomy … the most important shops and the best markets with fresh local products are here.
Clean, with fine golden sand, our beaches are cataloged with the blue flag, which guarantees the quality of its waters.
Fancy a quiet picnic and then lie down to rest under the cool shade of the trees?
Cool off, sunbathe and have a great time in one of the pools in Valencia, all are very close, just a few minutes by public transport.
Tapas, paella, fruits and vegetables from the fields … the Mediterranean diet is the best in the world and here in Valencia, we know it well.
Come for a walk through the City of Arts and Sciences, through the historic center or through the Ensanche neighborhood. You’ll be surprised!
Meet people and enjoy dancing and music by the sea, or have a cool drink while chatting with colleagues in a downtown cafe.
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# 1 What is the weather like?
The climate is Mediterranean, that is to say, very mild. Summers are warm, but temperatures do not usually exceed 30 ° C (86 ° F). In winter they rarely drop below 10º C (50º F). It does not rain much, and the rainy season is normally in Autumn (September-October) and Spring (April-May). Throughout the year we enjoy the sun and in winter it is very pleasant to walk around and enjoy the outdoor cafes during the day.
# 2 How big is Valencia?
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, after Madrid and Barcelona. Including its surroundings, Valencia has almost 1 million inhabitants.
# 3 Is there public transportation?
It is very easy to go from school to any part of the city. You can walk to most places and if you need it there is a wide network of public buses and metro that connect practically anywhere in the city.
Bus and metro: Valencia is very well connected by bus and metro lines that cover the entire city.
There are different transport passes, you can check all the details in thewebsite of the metropolitan transport company.
Bikes: “Valenbisi” is a network of public bicycles. An ecological and healthy challenge available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Valencia offers citizens and visitors a total of 2,750 bicycles distributed in 275 stations, very close to each other in different parts of the city.
You can check all the details in www.valenbisi.com
# 4 How much does the bus / metro cost?
A bus or metro ticket is approximately € 1.50 (ZONE A). You can buy a “bonr-bus” or “bono-metro” of ten trips for € 9.
# 5 How to get to Valencia?
By plane: Valencia has an international airport located about 8 km from the city. On the other hand, it has connecting flights with Madrid and Barcelona with destinations all over the world. The airport is accessible by bus and metro from the city center.
By bus: The central bus station is located in the western part of the city. It has lines that connect with the main Spanish and European cities. From the central station, the best way to access other parts of the city is by bus or metro.
By train: There are trains that come from all over the country stopping at the “Estación del Norte”, located in the heart of Valencia. From here it takes only 10 minutes to reach the school on foot.