• Art
    Flamenco Springs to Life in Valencia

      So here you are in Valencia, just passing through or setting in for some studies, you’re in the mood for live music and figure this is Spain, why not some flamenco? You leaf through the 24/7 listings and let’s see, Café del Duende is always good to go on Thursday night, the Arachí series […]

  • Art
    Hot Off The Plane

    The Valencía Way New country, new life, healthy living, new resolutions! Get fit, eat vegetables and salad all the time and maybe drink a little bit of red wine. That’s the plan and it was going very well until we arrived. This place has just tooo many distractions. Valencia, famed for its night life just […]

  • Art
    AUSIÀS MARCH

    Valencian Poet Nobody seems to agree on where or when Ausiàs March was born. Tradition tells us that it was 1397 in Gandia although some modern historians say it was three years later and in Beniarjó. Others say he was born in the city of Valencia city itself and there are even those who seem […]

  • Art
    Valencia Cathedral

    Built at the city’s highest point, Valencia Cathedral Built at the city’s highest point, Valencia Cathedral – or to give it its full name, the Santa Iglesia Catedral Basilica Metropolitana de Santa María – does not quite dominate the skyline as much as its grand title might suggest. If it wasn’t for the great Miguelete […]

  • Art
    Discovering La Valldigna

    Discovering La Valldigna The starting point of this amazing route is in Cullera. To get there you can either cycle (as we explained before in other articles… you can cycle down to El Palmar and then just follow the road to Cullera), or take a local (cercanía) RENFE train. As long as you respect regulations […]

  • Art
    VALENCIA BAROQUE

    BAROQUE TREASURES IN THE HEART OF THE CARMEN Hidden at the end of a little passage way marked “Parroquia de San Nicolas”, about halfway down the Calle Caballeros amongst the tourist trap bars and “authentic “ bodegas, is one of the city’s greatest art treasures. The dazzling Baroque frescoes at the Church of San Nicolas […]

  • Fallas fireworks in Valencia

    Fireworks in Valencia Valencians take their fireworks very seriously. There can’t be many places in the world where a Castillo or firework display will be angrily booed and slow hand clapped if it’s deemed to be too monotonous or, the ultimate sin in these parts, not punctuated by enough loud bangs. Pyrotechnicians are held in […]

BLOG CATEGORIES
24/7 Valencia

ed@247valencia.com

24/7 Valencia is the definitive English Speaking guide to Valencia. Extensive Listings, up-to-date and informed articles on restaurants, chill out, clubland, football, culture, arts, books, woman and much more.
Translate »