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Culture

A guide on national and regional holidays in Valencia

Whether you’re going to live here for a short time or are planning to become a fully integrated citizen, it’s good to know a thing or two about the national and regional holidays. Not just for practical reasons, but also to get a taste of the culture. Valencianos sure know how to make the best of their public holidays!
Practical tips

How to survive Valencian winters

There’s no such thing as a long winter in Valencia, and snow is a rare phenomenon here. However, it can get pretty cold. Yes, those words are coming from me, a Dutch woman. Today I’m gonna give you some tips I wish someone had given me before I moved here.
Kids

Sing & Swing with Stephanie: Learn English through music with your little ones in Valencia.

If you’re looking for an interactive and fun activity in English for you and your kids, look no further! Whether you’re a native speaker or don’t speak a word at all, everyone is welcome and there are many benefits to joining this class. Wanna find out why?
Kids

Smileland Family Club: Unique play café in Valencia, a great treasure for young families.

A place where you can relax, sip on some coffee, eat cake, make new friends, have some quality time with your kids while doing fun activities. Whatever it is you need as a parent, Smileland Family Club has enough to offer to meet at least one of your needs.
Practical tips

Make life easy again: Google Maps lists for you!

One of my mottos in life is: make life easy again. And what’s easier than checking some lists on Google Maps with our favorite places, when you have no idea what to do and where to go? I know, right?! You’re very welcome.
Shops

Flying Tiger Copenhagen: the well-designed king of variety stores

Disclaimer: this is not some juicy article about the Tiger King or Carol Baskin’s shop. However, I will tell you about my hunts. No animals were harmed.
Culture

Turia park: the largest, most vibrant park of Valencia

Sometimes you’re craving a bit of nature, and if you don’t have time to go out of the city, this park is the perfect place to go to. It’s nine kilometers long and one of the largest urban parks in Spain.

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