Written by:Students
Date posted:May 8, 2007
Posted in:Home / Locations / Spain / Valencia / Sun! Sea! Sand! &…..School!

Sun! Sea! Sand! &…..School!

Ok, so imagine attending a school in the heart of a beautiful historic city… that’s also home to ‘space age’ architectural design…and two magnificent beaches. It almost seems too good to be true, but hear it from me – in Valencia you have the best of everything!

I think that being a student in Valencia is perfect, as there is a really young feel to this city – full of life, laughter and at present the pride and thrills of being host to the 32nd Americas Cup.

I also think that studying in Valencia would appeal to anybody and everybody, as Valencia seems to break all the rules as it manages to perfectly cater to a whole range of different tastes.

I loved the peace and tranquillity of the ‘old town’ – a ‘mezcla’ of Gothic, Moorish and Roman styles, full of ancient monuments and relics just waiting to be photographed. This is a perfect place to relax, watch the world go by and enjoy a local delight at any of the outdoor restaurants with your fellow students.

I also loved the ultra modern Ciudad de las Artes y Cienciasa truly inspiring collection of some of Europe’s most striking and thought provoking architectural design. Oh and believe me, you don’t have to be a connoisseur of the arts and sciences to appreciate it (I’m not!) – it is truly a breathtaking spectacle that is not to be missed.

The school is centrally located in of the city, just 5 minutes from ‘la plaza major’ and 15 minutes from the beach – which I found to be a great place to relax after a morning or afternoon of Spanish classes – although you are bound to get caught up in the thrills and excitement of the sailing races!

The school plans a range of excursions for its students and I would thoroughly recommend the ‘Inter-cambio’ evenings. These evenings are always very popular and the atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly. They are a perfect way to practice and improve your language skills by giving you the opportunity to engage in conversation with native Spanish speakers (usually over a glass of sangria!) in a relaxed and social environment. Oh and did I mention that this was free? Ok, so you have to pay for your drinks, but what a small price to pay for the chance to home your language skills, meet like-minded people and make friends.

Valencia – elegant, vibrant and exciting…three words that don’t even come close to describing it. You WON’T be disappointed!

Jamie

Comments

  1. Jörg

    Hi Jamie
    I absolutely agree with you. Valencia is a fantastic city. I say that although I only was there for a day trip. I’m sure I come back. You really need several days or even weeks to explore Valencia and its beauty!

    Posted September 19, 2007 at 12:28 pm
  2. Sally Fahy

    What is Valencia like for a wheelchair user?
    ie in terms of accessability etc

    Posted February 23, 2018 at 3:26 pm
    • Apple Language Courses

      Dear Sally,
      Thank you very much for your comment! Valencia is really good for wheelchair access. We actually spoke about this with the school’s director just last week. The school is excellent (for access) and also the residence, if you are thinking of accommodation.
      You are welcome to call us on +44 1509 211612 or 646 652 0770 from the States. You can also contact us by email at info@applelanguages.com.
      View more information about our school on the website page here:
      Spanish school in Valencia
      We are looking forward to helping you future!
      Apple Languages

      Posted February 23, 2018 at 4:52 pm

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