We think that one of the best places in Spain to learn Spanish is Valencia. It is large enough to keep you busy with a variety of activities and small enough to call the city your own. Taking a Spanish course in Valencia will be an unforgettable experience.
With the energy and vibe that has taken hold of Valencia, the city has become the fastest growing tourist destination in Spain.
Wide selection of Spanish courses
The following Spanish courses are taught in Valencia:
- Intensive Course - 20 hours per week
- Intensive Course 20+5 - 20 hours per week + 5 hours of culture classes
- Super-intensive course 30 - Intensive 20+5 + 5 hours conversation classes
- Inmersión - Intensive course + 5 or 10 private classes per week
- DELE exam preparation course - 3 week preparation course for A2, B2 or C2 level
- Español Exprés - 20 or 30 hours of private classes per week
- Individual classes
New Intensive and Super-intensive courses start every Monday and you can study spanish for as long as you want between 1 week and a full academic year (great idea for a gap year or sabbatical). We distinguish 6 different Spanish levels so there is always a group that is right for you.
Great city, beaches and nightlife
Valencia is Spain's third largest city but feels comfortably small. Some of the country's most famous beaches are nearby and the nightlife is one of the best in Spain. The America's Cup sailing event and the Formula 1 activities have added a whole new dimension to the harbour where you now find a refined range of restaurants, bars and nighclubs.
If your budget is smaller or you simply wish to enjoy the more traditional Spanish life, then don't worry, the barrio del Carmen is just around the corner from our Spanish language school where you can find a great collection of (tapas) bars and restaurants for every budget.
Old and New Spain come together
The city is well over 2000 years old and a sense of history drips from every corner. A large student community ensures that the city has not turned into a museum and provides a very lively and pleasant environment.
Valencia is a city with a lot of energy and it has undertaken a whole range of spectacular developments such as the City of Arts and Sciences by the hand of the famous architect Santiago Calatrava.
We're confident that you too will have an amazing time discovering Valencia, Spain's best kept secret.