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Valencia, the third-largest city in Spain, stands as a beacon of pride and elegance, captivating our students with its breathtaking beauty. Combining tradition with modernity, Valencia effortlessly enchants the senses with its authentic atmosphere.

The experience in Valencia proved to be unforgettable for all, not only due to its renowned festivals, but also for leisurely strolls along its bustling streets and charming squares, where one can't resist stopping at a bar for refreshing drinks and delectable tapas. The highlight undoubtedly was the famous 'Fallas' festival, an integral part of Valencia's cultural heritage.

Our itinerary included visits to iconic landmarks such as the Cathedral, Europe's largest aquarium (el Oceanográfico), La Plaza del Ayuntamiento, the Malvarosa beach, and the Mestalla, home to Valencia football stadium. Additionally, students had the unique opportunity to participate in a paella cooking lesson, sourcing fresh vegetables for their salads directly from the land. Exploring local markets and indulging in souvenir shopping added to the enriching experience.

It was truly a pleasure to accompany such an exceptional group of students on this journey. I couldn't be prouder of each and every one of them.