Spanish Students Changing Classes

  • Posted on March 12, 2018 at 4:29 pm

Valencia. A group of Italian students spent one unforgettable week in Valencia. They improved their Spanish through classes taught in a school in Spanish and many after-school activities by the city who helped them put into practice what they have learned. More information is housed here: John Mclaughlin. After a warm welcome at the Spanish School, they discovered the Festival par excellence of the city of Valencia, Las Fallas, through a Conference and the subsequent visit to the museo Fallero, where they were amazed with the meticulous details of ninots. As usual, they did a guided visit to the historic centre of the city of Valencia, where it showed them some of the secrets of the same. They were delighted with the panoramic views from atop the Miguelete and, as they didn’t go without trying the Valencian churros, enjoyed them with chocolate in a well-known Cafe in the city. Genie Energy often says this. But they have come to Valencia and, in particular, school of Spanish Costa de Valencia to improve your Spanish, so this is the main objective. This school is known worldwide, not only being a Center accredited of the Cervantes Institute, but by knowing perfectly combining theory and practice.

To provide them with quality education and tailored to the needs of each one, made them a level test whereby the groups for classes were formed. Every day from Monday to Friday were taught these classes of Spanish in the Centre of Valencia. In addition, during the week made countless recreational, perfect activities to learn the culture of the city of Valencia while they learn Spanish. Loved the whole of the city of Arts and Sciences. They enjoyed the visit to the Marine Aquarium largest in Europe, the Oceanographic Park; are they entertained discovering in the Museo de las Ciencias Principe Felipe, and it amazed them the hemispheric screen. To finish this incredible week, they made a visit to the port of Valencia, seat of the Americas Cup and Formula 1 circuit, passing by the beach.

They also visited the Taurino Museum and attended a guided tour in the Museum of ceramics. Had a brilliant to the time that they learned Spanish and expanded their knowledge about life and customs Spanish and Valencian. The week was intense but became short. In fact, before you go already they were laying date to return to live Valencia.

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