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Erasmus blog Valencia

  • 41 Things to do in Valencia

    Valencia is a city with the perfect balance between being cosmopolite but still not massive, more chill, and smaller than Madrid or Barcelona. It has a nice combination of good weather, location, lovely architecture, and different attractions.Valencia is not crowded,...

    0 , 11 months ago
  • How to go, how to move in VLC!

    The second week in Valencia has began. Now we finally have our monthly pass for public transportation.You can only order the Chipcard on site, in the office of the "estacion de Colon". You should bring with you a copy of your ID, a Passport-type photo and 5€ for the...

    0 , 2 years ago
  • Student areas to live in Valencia

    Valencia is one of the most demanded cities for national and international students. There are thousands of Erasmus students who visit the city of Turia when continuing learning and delving into the study of their university career, but why? Well, the answer could lie...

    0 , 3 years ago
  • Fallas in Valencia

    If you're about to embark on your Erasmus journey in Valencia, try to come during the second semester or for the whole year so you don't miss out on the Fallas (a famous festival)! Before coming to Valencia, and when I started asking about this city, everyone I spoke to...

    0 , 3 years ago
  • Living in Valencia

    I have been living in Valencia for a year so now I think I can tell you what the city's like. This city isn't very big, nor is it too small, and you can get to almost everywhere by bike. Although you can also take the metro, bus and tram to get around. One of the most...

    0 , 3 years ago
  • BlaBlaCar

    Source One of the advantages of Valencia as an Erasmus city is that you can travel around very cheaply, thanks to BlablaCar. BlaBlaCar is a concept that exists in various countries: Spain, Italy, France, Poland, Portugal and United Kingdom. You can share a car with...

    0 , 4 years ago
  • Bioparc Valencia

    20th August 2017 We ended our week with a trip to the Bioparc With animals from all over the world, the Bioparc was just 8 metro stops away from our apartment (take line 5 to Nou d'Octubre station) Whether it's Madagascar or South Africa, animals from all over the globe...

    0 , 4 years ago
  • Valencia

    In this post I want to talk to you about one of the most remembered cities when it comes to thinking about Spain, and basically because of its paella. Even though its architecture is another factor to remember for nationals and foreigners but on many of my travels when...

    0 , 4 years ago
  • Visit to Valencia from Portugal

    During my traineeship in Portugal, the weather got suddenly warm, the flowers opened and the landscape announced the beginning of spring, a month that I personally like very much because I was born in spring. I decided to go for a new adventure and visit a part of Spain...

    0 , 4 years ago
  • Valencia during Las Fallas

    Fun and culture: Valencia during Las Fallas Hi to everyone! In this post I would like to share with you my visit to Valencia city: I went to this year's fair of Las Fallas! Besides just visiting the historical centre, enjoying and relaxing on the beach, if you one day...

    0 , 4 years ago
  • Day time fun in Valencia!

    When first moving to Valencia from England, I had no idea what to visit, what to see and where all of the culture was in the city. It didn't take me long to figure it all out, but to save you some time, I have made a quick list of all the places I have visited whilst...

    0 , 5 years ago

    Today I am going to tell you about where to go when you visit the city of Gandía in the Autonomous Community of Valencia. We will organise the week into the next couple of places, of which I will talk to you about so that you can see whether it will be worth it to...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • Las Fallas: A Valencian Celebration

    The biggest and most spectacular Valencian festival is celebrated in the middle of March, called las Fallas (or in Valencian, “Falles”), an event to commemorate Saint Joseph. The word “fallas” is used to name the celebration itself, as well as the constructions...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • Valencia

    Happy Saturday everyone! In this first post of this new blog, I want to tell you about the experience I had on my trip to Valencia, a city I had the pleasure of visiting twice, during a cruise of West Mediterranean sea: the first time was Wednesday 31st July 2008,...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • The most beautiful bay in Spain, Cala Ambolo!

    27. august 2017 The day after returning from the Peñiscola we came to the decision to spend the day at the beach outside the city of Valencia. A colleague at work whispered a tip to me where the most beautiful nearest spot can be found. There is a place called Javea...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • A month in Valencia

    11. August 2017 As usual, my four week stay ended on a high - with a few days in Barcelona! I'll also document my journey to Barcelona. So the first month in Valencia is nearly over. Here you can read all about my time here and there will be a few pictures at the end of...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • Valencia - studying at the UPV

    I studied at the Polytechnic University of Valencia(UPV) and I really enjoyed it. The staff in the international office in my faculty (Design Engineering) were always helpful and friendly and I didn't have any problems regarding my application, studies and extension. I...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • A trip to Peñiscola! Game Of Thrones filming location!

    26. August 2017 The last weekend in Spain. We maintained our "tradition" and considered another really cool weekend. My wife and I love the Tv-series "Game of Thrones". Luckily the series was filmed at locations in Spain as well. One of which is for example in the tiny...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • 6. week in Valencia

    21. August 2017 The sixth and next-to-last week in Valencia begins. I've settled into life here and feel well. The city surprises my wife and I again and again. Its good fun to go out in the evening and simply stroll through the city. The city is very clean and there...

    0 , 5 years ago
  • Everything according to plan!

    At work everything was as I had imagined it would be. I am slowly getting used to the work-climate. At first it wasn't that easy communicating with the people since only a handful of my coworkers speak English, but with the use of "google-translator" everything is made...

    0 , 5 years ago

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