• Food
    CHINESE DUMPLINGS ‘JIAOZI‘ …By Helen Westwater of LA OLA FRESCA

    The Chinese New Year in 2023 was celebrated on January 22nd, heralding the year of the Rabbit…associated with grace, beauty, mercy, the moon and good luck!  With that purpose, you can  try these tasty little dumplings ‘Jiaozi’ that are traditionally made to welcome the Chinese New Year. Their shape resembling gold shoe-shaped ingots, an early […]

  • History
    THE SEARCH CONTINUES: A ROUTE TO THE HOLY GRAIL

    The ‘Holy Grail’ has been in the Cathedral of Valencia’s reliquary since 1437, hidden away from the public eye and not exhibited until 1916. According to tradition, the Holy Grail is the cup from which Jesus Christ drank from during the Last Supper making it the most important and venerated relic in Christian faith. The […]

  • Music
    Berklee’s Global Music Night at ‘Fundacion Bancaja’ on January 27th!

    Berklee’s Global Music Night, organised by the Bancaja foundation, will take place at 8pm on Friday 27th January featuring international young musicians living and studying in the city of Valencia. Berklee Valencia is the first international campus established by the globally renowned college of music and is conveniently located in Valencia’s buzzing cultural hub; ‘Ciudad […]

  • Places
    ST. PATRICK’S VALENCIA (IRISH PUB)

    “A true Irish pub” that knows the craic! International staff who speak Spanish and English! FREE WIFI to all customers. Open from Monday to Saturday from 4pm ‘till late! It  is open on Sundays from 12pm. Cosy interior with 5 rooms and 2 bars. A good mix of Spaniards, visitors and expats. They have 5 […]

  • Places
    UBIK CAFÉ IN RUZAFA (VALENCIA)

    UBIK Café is a place that wears many hats, each as pleasing as the other. In the hip Ruzafa barrio, customers can come sit at the worn, mismatched wooden tables under book-lined walls and find a bar, a restaurant, a café, a bookshop, an event venue, or just all-in-all a cosy meeting place. This distinctive […]

  • Places
    ‘PLAZA REDONDA’ OF VALENCIA (PART 2)

    The group of vendors who worked in the Plaza was always divided into two subtly differentiated groups, imperceptible to outsiders. On the one hand, there were those who carried out their activity in the shops on the ground floor of the buildings that make up the square and, on the other hand, those who worked […]

  • architecture
    VALENCIA ARCHITECTURE CONFERENCE AT ‘WAYCO RUZAFA’ ON JANUARY 25th!

    24/7 VALENCIA: Could you explain to us more about this distinctive architecture conference? WAYCO RUZAFA:  The event “Practical guide to destroy the city”  are two hours of your life invested in understanding why many public spaces in our city would fail an examination regarding inclusiveness, citizenship and sustainability. This is a  conference on feminist, experimental […]

  • Places
    Mercat Central de València

    If you are visiting Valencia, the ‘Mercat Central de València’ is a must on your to do list! Browse among residents doing their morning shop as you embrace all the life and character this market has to offer. Filled with local traders and small independent businesses, it’s a great spot to find those hidden gems […]

  • Music
    A NIGHT OUT AT ‘16 TONELADAS’ IN VALENCIA

    Based in the barrio of Campanar, ‘16 Toneladas’ is a welcoming live  music venue with a dedicated audience. It is just a 10 minute walk from the historic centre of Valencia and near the main coach station of the city. The doors have just opened for this evening’s concert by J.P. Bimeni and The Black […]

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