Latest Trends In the Valencia Property Market

Real estate spectators should know that the property market in Valencia has once again become favorable after the 2008 crash, and is forecast to further improve over the next few years. In recent years Spain ha...

Street Art In Valencia

City street art or graffiti can be fascinating, and it really makes the drab walls of a city come to life in an interesting way. Valencia's has some amazing street artists  and the undisputed area for street ar...

Eating out in Valencia

Eating out in Valencia is fun, especially if you consider the fact that you could be eating a cuisine that has been prepared by an award-winning Spanish chef. Many Valencian chefs have won accolades anyway, and...

12 Tips for Planning Your Stay In Valencia

Lively Valencia is not just the birthplace of paella; it's a city transformed in the past decade from a quiet town into a thriving tourist resort. Simultaneously a World Heritage Site and strikingly modern, Val...

How to Choose a Study Abroad Program in Valencia

What to Consider Before Getting an International Education From finding the right program to the right accommodation, deciding where to study in Valencia requires careful planning. Valencia is popular among...

The Oranges of Valencia

Orange Growing & Picking and a Picnic in Orange Groves The climate of Valencia on the Costa Azahar is ideal for the growing of citrus fruit and Spain's main exporter of oranges. Taking a tour of the or...

Basic Ingredients for Valencian Cooking

Valencian cooking uses many possible ingredients, but a smaller core set will allow even a beginner to produce authentic Valencian dishes. Valencian cuisine is unique. Melding the traditions of Northern and ...

Spanish Cuisine: From Seafood to Gazpacho

Historic and Culinary Traditions of Spain The following is a guest post by Janet Monroe, proprietor of The Portland Ale House in Valencia. Spanish cuisine is dominated by fresh produce, light seasonings, ...