Considering its very old bull tradition, it is logical that in Spain there are a lot of celebrations with bulls and calves at one point of the year. Picassent is a village which values said tradition. Here the streets will be closed off in the beginning and middle of July and young bulls are running through them. The adventurous visitors who dare try to challenge the bull by trying to touch its horns. While the animals run their rounds, we will go to the „chiringuitos“ where sprinklers enliven the party and the Fiesta de Picassent comes to life. This all will happen after a good breakfast organized by the school.
Munich celebrates its Oktoberfest in September...we organize a Beerfest in November.
We organize a day trip to discover Bocairent and the Pou Clar...The living stone!
Let's go to visit Liria, where we will find an amazing historic and cultural heritage.
Let's go on a trip around "El Saler" and discover your skills as a driver driving a Kart!
Would you like to try typical gastronomy from Valencia? Then... the Charcuterie Fair of Requena is the place for you!
The celebration of the Moros y Cristianos (Moors and Christians) is the second most popular festivity in Valencia, which take...
Thousands of bonfires light up the sky during the night of San Juan and together with the water the fire conjures a magical night where joy and...
Let's go to Onteniente to see one of the most spectacular parades of the Moros y Cristianos festival.
We go to watch every football match of Valencia CF, from the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey (King's Cup), the Champions League...
The celebration of the Moros y Cristianos (Moors and Christians) is the second most popular festivity in Valencia.
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...
Villar del Arzobispo is a little village near the city Valencia. It is known for its famous and cheerful carnival.
We are going to spend the whole day in entire nature, only 15 km away from the center of Valencia.
Let's enjoy a historical recreation in Játiva... and take a dip in Quesa's natural pools!