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La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències
Why Explore Valencia with Remote Year
We picked Valencia because it has all the best things about Spain. It’s easy to get around, and you’ll never be far from pretty green spaces in the city or near the beach. You should also try the paella – this traditional dish was born in Valencia! Enjoy this corner of Spain that’s undisturbed by tourists (for now).
You will be staying in two vibrant neighborhoods, Old Town and Ruzafa, where you can enjoy daily walks or bike rides past an abundance of shops, restaurants, and bars. Old Town is a cultural center in the heart of Valencia, while Ruzafa is an exciting up-and-coming neighborhood ready for you to explore. Culture, cuisine, and community - these neighborhoods have it all.
Your home away from home
You will be staying in a comfortable private bedroom in a multiple bedroom apartment, house, or hotel. All accommodations are located in top neighborhoods and within a 25-minute walk of your coworking space. Accommodations are clean, secure, and include standard internet. Private apartments are available at an additional cost after booking.
Things You'll Experience in Valencia, Spain
Mallorca Island EscapeSay hello to island life in the Mediterranean jewel of Mallorca! Taste tapas in Palma, visit picturesque villages, discover dreamy beaches, and find hidden coves by boat.
Bilbao Eco Surf HouseDiscover the best of Basque Country in this surf house steps from the beach! Think day trips to Bilbao, delicious pinxtos in beautiful Getxo, and daily surf and yoga sessions.
Flamenco and Dinner ShowMesmerizing dances, delectable Spanish dishes, and enchanting music await in this intimate flamenco performance and engaging cultural experience.
Learn to Make Valencian PaellaLearn to make paella the authentic way in this cooking class held over an open fire. You’ll enjoy this Valencian dish with your group in a picnic spot beloved by locals.
Native Valencian Julen started his career working at Disneyland Paris, where he learned how to sprinkle a little magic into everyday life. Since then, he’s devoted himself to the tourism and hospitality industries and loves sharing the magic of Valencia with the Remote Year community. He enjoys organizing special activities like picnics with local guests. In his free time, you may find him enjoying his favorite local dish, arroz negro, made with squid, prawns, and rice.