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escuelas de español en Valenica Taronja

Spanish schools in Valencia: get to know Taronja

Valencia is the perfect city to study Spanish in Spain! Why? Because it has a multicultural atmosphere and it is well connected with other Spanish cities. Apart from that, Valencia is a coastal city with a lot to offer, it’s impossible to get bored there. And of course, there you will have the opportunity to...Leer más

Las Fallas of Valencia

Colours, firework, gunpowder and art… art everywhere! These are the principle elements of Las Fallas, one of the most creative Spanish festivals. Las Fallas is an annual tradition celebrated from March 15th to 19th in the region of Valencia. If you are studying Spanish and you are interested in learning more about Spanish habits and...Leer más
Carnaval de Cádiz

Five reasons why you should celebrate Carnival in Cadiz

Apart from being the Valentine’s month, February it is also one of the most revelling months of the year as it is when carnival is celebrated. Carnival has its origins in the Christianism. It has always been commemorated just before the Lent and so it is nowadays. We’ve already written before about best Carnivals in...Leer más
Reyes Magos

Spanish Traditions: El día de los Reyes Magos

Christmas is a very special time in Spain. The interesting thing is that it’s not just one celebration, but all the celebrations of the season put together. Christmas Eve is celebrated on the 24th of December, Christmas day on the 25th, New Years Eve on the 31st, and the Día de los Reyes Magos (Day...Leer más
Spanish Christmas Traditions

Spanish Christmas Traditions

It’s that time of year again, when children write their wish lists, beautiful lights adorn cities and homes, and magic fills the air. It’s Christmastime, and families all over the world have their own unique ways of celebrating it. In this post, we’ll tell you a little more about Spanish Christmas traditions that you might...Leer más
martes 13

Tuesday the 13th: The Unluckiest day in Spain

It’s a well-known fact that Friday the 13th is said to be the unluckiest day for many in the English-speaking world. The date is so dreaded, that in 1980 a horror film was released bearing it as its title.However, in Spain, it’s a little different. In fact, the date that strikes the most superstition amongst...Leer más

Andalusian fairs: The best fairs to see in the region

The Andalusian Fairs are festivals that encapsulate most Spanish traditions in a few days. Each city in Andalusia has their own, unique to the area and different to the rest. However, they all have something in common: a lot of fun, joy, traditional Andalusian wine, and a touch of flamenco. What is an Andalusian Fair...Leer más
Granada

Things to see in Granada: 7 sights you can’t miss

If you want to learn real Spanish, there’s nothing better than going somewhere you can use it every day, because language isn’t just about grammar, but the people who speak it. We recommend that you go to Spain, where you are bound to have an unforgettable experience. Where’s the best place to go first? Andalusia...Leer más
Halloween en España

Halloween in Spain: How is it celebrated?

Every year, on the 31st October, children and adults alike all over the world celebrate Halloween with costumes, sweets and scary stories. Of course, the same can be said for Halloween in Spain, but the country also has its own traditions when it comes to celebrating Halloween and the following All Saint’s Day. In this...Leer más