Wanna spend more quality time with your kid? Meet other young families in Valencia? Stimulate the overall development of your little one? Then I’d love for you to join my Early Childhood Music & Movement classes: Sing & Swing with Stephanie. Whether you’re a native English speaker or don’t speak a word at all, everyone is welcome. Keep reading to find out how you can reap the benefits of these classes…
One of my life mottos is: make life easy again. Now, tell me, what’s easier than checking out some categorized Google Maps lists when you have no idea where to go and what to do in Valencia? Yeah, buddy, we did the dirty work for you - de nada. Keep reading if you wanna save tons of time and simply enjoy the city.
You desperately need a new, good-quality haircut but you’re on a tight budget. Help, SOS, what do you do? Well, the Toni & Guy Academy is your man (see what I did there?) You might not even have to show your wallet at all. Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? ;-)
Valencia is home to lots of talented, highly-creative people. Thanks to that, it has a thriving art scene. It’s safe to say that there’s always something to do!
In fact, in 2022, Valencia was designated the World Design Capital. How cool is that? The city stood out for its creativity in the areas of design, architecture, interior design, and illustration.
Even if you don’t know a single thing about art, there are lots of museums you just can’t miss out on. Allow yourself to get lost for a little while, challenge your mind, be amazed and check out this list of 5 must-visit museums in Valencia.
It’s no secret that May and I both adore Italian food. Our mouths absolutely start to water when we hear the words: fresh, homemade, Italian pasta. However, we don’t always have time to spend hours in a good restaurant, so we were pleased to find Hasta La Pasta – a cute little takeaway close to Plaza de la Virgen. Yes, surprisingly enough, it’s possible to grab a quick, delicious, wholesome meal in Valencia!
Valencia’s cuisine is amazing and we’re totally here for it, no doubt about that. However, there’s one thing that we were really missing here: a good salad bar. You know, one of those bars where you can create your own salad and/or enjoy some fresh, homemade, green goodness. If your body can use a delicious vitamin boost, stick around, because we’ve found 4 healthy salad bars in Valencia…
The owners of Malafama Canyamelar must be into reverse psychology. Why? Mala fama is Spanish for bad reputation, but this restaurant (which is one of my top favorites) has anything but that. It’s famous for its super tasty, homemade pinchos and tapas. Now, let’s be real: we all know eating typical Spanish snacks is an essential part of Valencian life. Vamos, friends!