Pickup Valencia school of English is located on Calle Conde de Montornes in the city centre, in a building surrounded by modern restaurants, shops and bars where students can relax after classes.
One group consists of max. 10 students to ensure learning quality appropriate to each level. The levels are divided into 6 parameters in line with the Cervantes Institute and the Common European Framework (CEFR). The quality of teaching is supported by the Cervantes Institute’s learning materials.
- 15 academic hours per week (50 minutes per academic hour) with 3 academic hours of lessons per day
- School open from 9am to 2pm, Monday to Friday
- Excl. €40 enrollment fee for didactic materials, payable on arrival
- Wi-Fi, computers and books available
- Includes a language level assessment and diploma at the end of the course
- Levels divided in line with the Cervantes Institute standards: Beginner (A1:A2), Medium (B1:B2), Advanced (C1:C2)
Located in the city centre, the modern Quart Youth Hostel impresses with its modern design. Situated by the picturesque Barrio del Carmen, the hostel is within walking distance to many tourist attractions as well as bars, restaurants and pubs attracting the young crowd in the evenings.
- Fully equipped kitchen, dining room, 24-hour reception, lounge, free computer access, free tea an dcoffee, hairdryers and towel hire
- Rooms fitted with individual lockers, ceiling fan, mirror and bed sheets
- Check-in from 1pm, check-out by 11am
- Free Wi-Fi zone
- Pets not allowed
- Staff speaks English, Spanish, Italian and French
Groupon’s Guide To Valencia
Situated on the east coast of Spain, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the city is a mixture of imposing historical buildings, busy modern streets and a vivid nightlife. As the capital of the Old Kingdom of Valencia, the city retains much of its old charm and cultural heritage expressed through iconic buildings and sites, such as Valencia Cathedral or the imposing Serranos Towers.
The city centre boasts many historic sites, such as the Palace of the Marquis de Dos Aguas and the Cathedral Quarter, while modern art can be admired at the City of Arts and Sciences. Plenty of dining opportunities are provided by the local restaurants, where Valencia’s signature dish, paella, can be enjoyed, along with a selection of local wines.