Matching You with Your Perfect Spanish Itinerary
Spain’s third largest city, Valencia, lies on Spain’s South-Eastern coast.
Valencia is famous for its City of Arts and Sciences Museum, with futuristic structures including Planetarium, and Oceanarium. The city boasts all year-round pleasant weather, beautiful beaches, rich and delicious local cuisine and world-class art and architecture.
The old town is full of character and life. Start your day with visiting the stunning Cathedral of Valencia, built in 13th century. Stop for lunch at the Central Market, which is also a great sample of modernist art. Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, where you can see the work of Velazquez, Ribera, El Greco and Goya.
Another essential stop is the National Ceramics Museum, set inside a rococo palace. Come and relax at the beautiful Marina and have a taste of the mouth-watering spanish paella and some tapas.
Valencia 3 Nights
Your pupils can see the main sights of this wonderful city, visit numerous museums and art galleries, get immersed into the local culture and practice their Spanish language skills.View More
“An amazing trip thanks to the planning and assistance from Katie. Without her help and knowledge, I do not believe the trip would have been as successful”