• Editorial
    WORLD HERITAGE SITE…LA LONJA OF VALENCIA

      The United Nations agency UNESCO has designated 851 sites around the world as World Heritage sites, which form part of the “cultural and natural heritage of the world” and are considered as having unique and universal value to the history of humanity. One of those sites is in Valencia. You may be surprised to […]

  • Editorial
    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW IN VALENCIA WITH EXPAT WAYNE FLINT

       1.Tell us something about your background, experiences and travels. I was born and dragged up in the English seaside town of Blackpool in the north-west. School was not so much about formal education but honing my skills in fighting, playing football and chasing girls (all of which I’m utterly dreadful at, by the way). […]

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    THE CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

    So you think you know Valencia? Paella, fallas, sun, sand, football, passion, light and love. All of these fiery elements make up a place that has become known as the Mediterannean city par excellence. Part of the charm lies in the contrast between the old (the centro historico) and newish The City of Arts and […]

  • Editorial
    LA RIADA…THE FLOOD OF VALENCIA

    For most of the year the Turia was a dormant little stream which trickled along the sticky mudflats, which Valencia liked to call a river. Writing at the beginning of the nineteenth century, British writer Richard Ford mocked the Valencians for the false grandeur of their magnificent bridges and high river walls… all for a […]

  • Editorial
    Holy Grail in Valencia

    Looking for the Holy Grail King Arthur, Percival, Lancelot and the other knights of the round table, Siegfried the crusader, Adolf Hitler, the freemasons, Monty Python and Indiana Jones all spent huge amounts of time and energy in search of the Holy Grail and its magic powers. Only Percival and Indy actually got to see […]

  • Editorial
    LA MOSTRA FILM FESTIVAL VALENCIA 2018 (OCTOBER 18-28)

      ‘MOSTRA DE VALÈNCIA-CINEMA DEL MEDITERRANI’ is a meeting for film lovers, both experts and amateurs, where the public and creators meet to enjoy a specially selected programme with the aim of bringing them high-quality films that are not usually found on the commercial circuits. The programming of the Mostra is also specific to a […]

  • Editorial
    ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE IN SPAIN…INTERVIEW WITH ‘FUNDACIÓ PASQUAL MARAGALL’

     1.What is Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer’s is a disease that causes significant cognitive deterioration, characterized by memory loss, language alterations, loss of sense of direction and difficulties in task planning or problem solving. Changes in personality and behaviour often also occur. Affected people progressively lose the ability to be autonomous, including even the most basic activities. […]

  • Editorial
    A FAMILIAR FIGURE IN VALENCIA…AN INTERVIEW WITH GAVIN WATSON

    1.Tell us something about your background, travels and experiences…I’m originally from Scotland, Perth, born and bred so to speak but left for New Zealand and played football for a North Island club which actually turned out to be a great chapter in my life. At that time rugby was the be all and end all […]

  • Editorial
    SHOPPING…VINTAGE IN VALENCIA

    The vintage scene in Valencia is vastly present and growing. In streets such as C/ Colón and the hip barrios of Ruzafa and Carmen, there are vintage stores that have clearly developed their own brand and personality, which line the sidewalks. The recreation and selling of retro, edgy and bohemian styles that mirror images from […]

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