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We organize a day trip to discover Bocairent and the Pou Clar...The living stone!
Let's go to participate in the Moros y Cristianos parade in Almenara!
The celebration of the Moros y Cristianos (Moors and Christians) is the second most popular festivity in Valencia.
We are going to visit Calpe, to climb the Peñón de Ifach and witness parade of Moros y Cristianos.
This Fair is an entertaining fair, the second oldest in Spain and also it has been declared of National Tourist Interest.
A new form of running comes to Valencia. Although it is not the usual race, it is doubtlessly something different. We are talking about the...
Munich celebrates its Oktoberfest in September...we organize a Beerfest in November.
Let's go to visit Teruel, Albarracín and their important Mudejar-style artistic heritage.
We are going to spend the whole day in entire nature, only 15 km away from the center of Valencia.
The San Antonio festival in Vilanova d’Alcolea,is a unique experience, we can assure you.
Monumental and full of history, cradle of the use of paper in Europe, homeland of the Borgia's Popes, Jativa is the city of the Thousand...
Villar del Arzobispo is a little village near the city Valencia. It is known for its famous and cheerful carnival.
We are going to watch a group of people dressed up in demon's costumes, parading through the streets of the neighbourhood.
Traditions and fun invade the streets of the Ruzafa district in Valencia. The Carnival of Ruzafa is back.
Would you like to try typical gastronomy from Valencia? Then... the Charcuterie Fair of Requena is the place for you!
Let’s prepare a typical Spanish meal together. The Gazpacho from the area of La Mancha is a dish which you definitely have to try once in your...
We will go to Castellon to witness the first day of the big celebration of the Magdalena
We go to watch every football match of Valencia CF, from the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey (King's Cup), the Champions League...
Valencia's main festival Fallas: mascletàs, fireworks, traditiional parades, offering of flowers to the Virgin, visits to the Fallas monuments...
Let's go to watch the most characteristic religious celebrations of the city of Valencia.
Peña Cortada's trail, is one of the most amazing of all the Valencian Community.
Two times a year the people of Cheste celebrate their day of paellas.
We visit the city and in the afternoon we are going to watch the match between FC Barcelona and Valencia CF