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Spanish courses in Valencia

Spanish courses in Valencia

Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, is located on the Mediterranean, at the mouth of the River Turia. The city, with beaches almost reaching the center, a rich historical heritage and a diverse cultural offer, is one of the most popular tourist centers in the country. Valencia owes its origins and its name to the Romans, who in the year 138 BC founded the city of Valentia. Over the centuries, subsequent residents: Visigoths, Moors and Aragonese left their mark in Valencia. 

Spanish language schools in Valencia

Schools found: 3

AIP Language Institute more

AIP Language Institute is a Spanish language school in Valencia which gives you the opportunity to learn the Spanish language and culture while…
Comprehension and grammar (13 lessons / week)
Price: 200 €
2024-06-03, per week
10% discount by booking on

Hispania, escuela de español more

Hispania, escuela de español is nowadays a referent internationally for teaching Spanish. Our school has won the most prestigious awards…
General Spanish Course Intensive Plus: 20 hours per week
Price: 180 €
2024-06-03, per week
10% discount by booking on

Iter Camino Idiomas more

We are located in Valencia, a beautiful coastal city in Spain. We have several years of experience so that students enjoy a unique…
Intensive: 20 hours per week
Price: 160 €
2024-06-03, per week
5% discount by booking on

Spanish language schools in Valencia - special offers


  • Region: Valencian Community
  • Population: 814 200
  • Time Zone: UTC +1
  • Official Currency: EUR

The Golden Age in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries AD was a period of incredible prosperity for Valencia. From that time come the most famous monuments of the city: Miguelete, a 16th-century belfry, Gothic La Lonja, city walls from the 14th and 15th centuries with well-preserved towers, the City Cathedral and magnificent churches. The Futuristic Science Center of Art, considered the best millennium project in Europe, belongs to the city's main attractions. The inhabitants of Valencia are extremely cordial and full of optimism. Throughout the year, festivals are organized in the city, the most famous of which are: carnival, Holy Week celebrations, Fallas, la Feria de Julio, and numerous "fiestas": de San Vicente Ferrer, de la Mare de Deu dels Desamparats, Sant Dionis and many others.