• Editorial
    EL MIGUELETE…STUNNING VIEWS OF VALENCIA!

    ##Other cities have glass skyscrapers from which to view the city but Valencia’s towering icon is ‘El Miguelete’. At one end of the Plaza de la Reina, in the Valencia Cathedral, you can walk past the nun manning a sort of gift shop and pay two euros to climb the Gothic cathedral. It took four […]

  • Art
    MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES OF VALENCIA (FINE ARTS)

    ##Stunning view from Turia Gardens, in Valencia, of the Museo de Bellas Artes. This museum of fine arts is as magnificent on the inside as it looks on the outside with over 2,000 featured works. Visitors can also enjoy the calming ambiance of a cerulean blue courtyard in the middle of the museum. The museum […]

  • Editorial
    THE CATHEDRAL TOWER…EL MIGUELETE

    ##It houses the oldest and largest musical instrument in the Comunidad Valencia. Juana la Loca, the Borgias and Blasco Ibañez have climbed its steps. The inventor Juan de la Cierva flew his Autogiro (a sort of prototype helicopter) off its terrace in 1924. Zeppelins flew over it and later bomber aircraft threw their dark shadow […]

  • Editorial
    THE CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES IN AUGUST 2019

    ##’La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias’ is holding some special exhibitions and events right now! Here are some things to pick and choose that are fun for the whole family: The Hemisferic is holding a Neil Armstrong exhibition for the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11. Along with this there is a film “Apollo […]

  • Editorial
    RED CROSS REFUGEES IN VALENCIA

    ##This week Levante Cricket Club welcomed some of the Red Cross Refugees to try their hand out with Batting , Bowling and Fielding Drills, followed by lunch and refreshments at the VCG. LCC Members Orville Senhouse , Rhys Morgan, Sharad Brambhatt, Peter West, Faiz Bhat and Furqan Sahi put them through their paces on a hot […]

  • Editorial
    PEÑISCOLA…CITY IN THE SEA

    ##On the Costa del Azahar, the ‘orange blossom coast’ in the north of the Valencia region between Castellón and the Ebro, you’ll find the seaside town of Peñiscola. It’s a Spanish coastal town much like any other, built around the remnants of a quaint old fishing village with its five kilometres of beaches, its EU […]

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