| What to do in Valencia?
Even for the hardest-working of people, relaxation and time off is of vital importance. Never more so than when learning another language.
With inlingua´s help, you can familiarise yourself with the city quickly. If you are staying with a Spanish family, they will suggest places of interest (being as proud of their city as they are!).
And, of course, inlingua´s staff are at hand.
As part of our service, inlingua´s teachers regularly arrange outings around the city and you can be sure they know the best places to go!
inlingua also organizes teacher-monitored visits and activities as a complement to the programme. Outside class hours we provide you with the opportunity of learning about history, literature, geography, music, local business life, art, etc.
Around Valencia are some magnificent beaches, all within reach. The whole coastline is dotted with long, sandy beaches. You can also take advantage of great sports facilities.
Valencia has public swimming-pools, golf-courses, cycling lanes and routes and walks, just to mention a little of what´s available.
Behind Valencia, away from the coastal plain, the scenery changes and becomes more mountainous.The scenery is fantastic and vineyards or oranges cover the lower slopes.
Many of the mountain villages, as well as being beautiful, are rich in history.
Valencia has many museums and galleries in which to spend a relaxing afternoon.
Or, absorb the history in a far easier way -by just strolling around.
On your way, you´re sure to pass many famous sights such as The Cathedral, El Miguelete bell-tower, The Central Market, the ancient silk exchange of La Lonja, in fact the whole of the old town.
The City of Arts and Sciences is Valencia´s millennium project and is well worth a visit.