Why Americans choose Valencia to learn Spanish

Because Spanish is the second most spoken language in the whole world. Because Spain is the land full of art and history and with the most exquisite cuisine. The language might be complicated, but taking a glance around us we may realize that learning Spanish in Valencia can become a truly beautiful challenge.   According to … Read more

What did you say? Practicing vocabulary

Spanish is a language that is written according to how it is spoken. The Spanish “play football” or “breakfast coffee and a croissant”. Even in our dictionary we accepted the word “güisqui” (whiskey). So, it is very easy to learn Spanish, since all the words are spelled exactly as they sound. But beware, because the … Read more


Valencia is a city at the mediterranean ocean and it is a beautiful one at the same time; Still not as big as Madrid or Barcelona, but still a big city, which is supposed to be liked by the whole family. There’s so much to see and to do there for children as well as … Read more

Practice Spanish in Spain with no money

Ok, so you’ve just finished an intensive Spanish course? And you would like to practice Spanish in Spain? And then you realise you’re broke as a joke and it ain’t funny… Well here’s how to have fun and travel on a minimum budget. Beware, it’s not for the fainthearted. Ready for an adventure? Live your adventure in Spain … Read more

My experience at AIP, by Chiara Tramontani

With the enthusiasm and the curiosity of a 23 year old girl, who’s passing 3 weeks in a foreign country, knowing new persons from all over the world and bettering her Spanish level, here I am telling you my experience at AIP. Everything seemed a big question and I didn’t know what to expect, but … Read more

The Botanical Garden of Valencia

The Botanical Garden of Valencia is The perfect place to find yourself Do you know the botanical garden? And his Museum? The truth is that this is one of those places that go unnoticed by the conventional tourist, plus it does not appear in conventional guidebooks. In the Calle Quart, 80, very close to the Torres … Read more

¡Viva la tomatina!

Buñol and the Tomato-Fight Ever since 60 years, every year there are more than 10 thousand tourists travelling to this usually very calm village in the inside of the province Valencia to celebrate the day of the tomato. This year it will take place on the 29 of August. About 11 am the procession of … Read more

Valencia, a well connected city

To come here is quite easy! In fact Valencia is connected with 52 airports of 20 countries. For For this reason there are 268 connections weekly. To cope with the touristy demand between the months April and October, the airport of Valencia enabled 1,3 millon arrivals of flights from all over the world. Therefore the number of … Read more

INCUBARTE, International festival of Independent Art

The 21 of June @ 19pm the 5th version of the INCUBARTE begins! INCUBARTE in Valencia is an international Festival of Independent Art which unifies plastic- with visual art. They just create a link between different types oft art and culture like painting, sculpture, instalations, photography and video-arts. It’s an amazing meeting point of several … Read more

A Guide to St. John’s Eve in Valencia

Summer is one of our favorite seasons. Period. Long and sunny days, lying on the beach, having ice cream, forgetting about appointments and deadlines, living life in a more laid-back style, getting a tan, and the list could go on and on and on. Valencia, where AIP Languages is located, is a coastal city bathed … Read more

Street Art Valencia

The valencian Street Art is very famous and well-respected all over the world. This becomes first and foremost clear when you see its online presence! As a result of the fugacity of Street Art based on the atmospheric conditions and the destruction by persons and posters, the internet is one of the little places where … Read more

Nightlife in Valencia: the areas of “movida”

First time in this city? let’s discover the Nightlife in Valencia, you’ll soon find out the meaning of the word “movida”. In this article we’ll go through the areas of Blasco Ibañez, Benimaclet, Russafa, Barrio Carmen. Blasco Ibañez Blasco Ibañez is well known especially by (Erasmus-) students. It’s the party-street of the students. Just behind the the … Read more


Are you new in Valencia and don’t know how to get around? Well guys, there’s a very nice way to do it! Rent a Valenbisi! Take care and respect your environment and mother nature – don’t go by car or metro, take a ride on the Valenbisi bicycle! What is Valenbisi? Valenbisi is a modern … Read more

What is Street Art?

You are in Valencia wondering What is Street Art? here a brief explanation! Street Art contains all visual forms of expressions of unofficial occupation through symbols and codes on surfaces of the urban area. It is quite hard to reproduce the development of Street Art, because in the several worldwide metropolises it expanded in different … Read more