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Spanish in Valencia

Valencia is one of the best place to learn Spanish and live a great experience while in Spain. The city is situated in the centre of the east coast of Spain. It is a cosmopolitan, open plane city, with a population of about one million, making it the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona.

On the other hand Valencia has a long history (more than 2000 years), dating back to the Greeks and Phoenicians, although it was the Romans and Muslims who left their mark on the city. Valencia’s past is reflected in every building and street you pass, when strolling around the city.

Valencia boasts an incredible climate, where the summer lasts for two months, winter is just a few weeks long and a spring-like climate persists throughout the rest of the year, which means that the people love spending time in the street, on the terraces and in the open air. The average annual temperature of Valencia is 17º C (63º F). However, in the daytime in the middle of winter, temperatures can often reach 22º C (72º F).

Valencia is situated at the Mediterranean, which softens its climate, turning the beaches of fine white sand and the city centre into a natural suntrap throughout the year.

Why Valencia?

Valencia is a modern and exciting city which nevertheless keeps its historical touch. The city is an architectural melting pot, which testifies the cultural mix of the Valencian people, and gives the city an atmosphere that is open to both new cultures and old customs; this makes it the best place to learn Spanish in Spain.

5 major reasons to come to Valencia:

  • Being the third largest city in Spain, Valencia has been awarded the title of being among the best top 10 cities to visit in the world for 2011 by Lonely Planet. Within Europe Valencia ranks number one.
  • At the Mediterranean coast you can enjoy the beach more than 8 months of the year. Besides, Valencia’s traditional link with the sea has been strengthened by the water sports event par excellence: the Americas Cup in 2007 and 2010.
  • A city with more than 2000 years of history reflected in one of the biggest old towns in Europe.
  • With one of the best climates all over Spain (an average annual daytime temperature higher than 71º F – 22º C), you can swim in the sea during at least 8 months of the year.
  • The fact that Valencia has two major universities and almost hundred thousand students is clearly reflected in its social life and its distinct night life. The city is a popular destination for students from all over the world to spend their semester or year abroad.
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