Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and is located on the Mediterranean Sea. Founded over two thousand years ago, this city is a mix of the old and the new, fast-paced and laid back, with brilliant vibrancy and subtle details, making it the perfect place to carry out a professional internship!
Living in Valencia is much easier than Barcelona or Madrid as it’s a geographically small city. Most places are within walking distance and there is a great transportation network with underground rail and buses. Valencia is also connected to other top Spanish destinations, such as Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville, via a high-speed railway!
Valencia is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe, due to its relaxed coastal town vibe along with all the amenities of a large city. Its vibrant locals embrace life and are often out until late in the evening and early morning. With a Mediterranean climate, Valencia has mild winters and long, hot summers! It’s famous for being a cultural city with strong influences in science, education, business and the arts.
Don’t miss the opportunity to experience life in one of Spain’s most authentic cities!
Life in Valencia
Living in Valencia offers a host of benefits: good weather, lively atmosphere, it’s on the coast, and best of all, you save a lot more for your money comparing to life in a larger city.
Madrid and Barcelona are big places, and as anyone who has lived in a big city knows, travelling even to meet friends means catching the subway or the bus for a long trip across the city. Living in Valencia is much easier as it’s a geographically small city. Most places are within walking distance and there is a great transport network with underground rail and buses everywhere
Valencia has everything you need without the stress of big city life!
Valencia has great museums such as the City of Arts and Science, hosts one of the best universities in the country, and offers financial districts, business centers and super-fast internet.
The Las Fallas festival is an undiscovered experience, including fireworks (some of the best in the world), the infamous Mascleta, and The Fallas, enormous statues (35-50 feets high) which are burned to the ground in the Cremà. If you love culture and want to see Spain at its best, check out this festival!