We offer a wide cultural program including: excursions, participation in local events, tastings and all kinds of activities that can enrich students.

At the beginning of our stay we visit Valencia. We visit the most famous monuments. We also show less known, interesting places and corners of the city. We also offer guided tours.



Valencia is a city of contrasts. On the one hand, there are many monuments, museums and winding streets of the old town, on the other – the futuristic complex of buildings of the City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias).


In addition to monuments, Valencia offers wide, sandy beaches, the largest oceanarium in Europe (Oceanogr\f1\’e0fic), a zoo (Bioparc) and numerous city parks and gardens. The most famous are the Turii Gardens, located in the former nine-kilometer long bed of the Turii River.



A good way to learn about Spanish culture and customs is to participate in local festivals and events.


The biggest local celebration in Valencia is Las Fallas (Fire Festival), which runs from March 15 to 19. Valencia then pulsates with the rhythm of pyrotechnic shows and resounds with the sounds of music. The main attraction of the festival are gigantic, colorful figures placed on the streets, burned on the last night of the festival (La Crema).




Valencia is a place worth visiting not only because of its location, monuments and history. It can also boast an extremely rich culinary heritage.

We offer local tours combined with tasting of local products. This includes La Ruta de la Paella, during which we visit rice fields and learn how paella – the national dish of Spain – is prepared. La Ruta de la Horchata is an opportunity to get to know the most characteristic drink of Valencia – horchata. As part of La Ruta de la Naranja, or the Orange Route, we visit local orange farms and try the juice from fruit picked straight from the tree.




The wide beaches of Valencia are an ideal place for rest and recreation. We organize sports activities such as: beach volleyball, beach football, and water sports, among others. windsurfing and kitesurfing.

One of the attractions most frequently chosen by our participants is a catamaran cruise. Due to the warm climate, you can enjoy it all year round.

We also organize bicycle trips. One of the most popular is a trip along the Turia Gardens.


Our Spanish lessons are fun, interactive and dynamic. One of our priorities is to teach professional vocabulary to make it easier for students to communicate in the workplace.

During our classes, we also share our knowledge of Spanish customs and traditions, because we believe that the best way to get to know Spain is to immerse yourself in its culture.


In addition to visiting Valencia itself, we also offer trips to surrounding towns, including: Alicante, Calpe, Peniscola, Javea and Morella.

The Comunidad Valenciana region offers many attractions. These include: direct access to the sea, proximity to the mountains, viewpoints, numerous monuments, beautiful nature, hiking and cycling trails. Everyone will find something for themselves here. We will be happy to organize individual attractions, trips or events.