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Erasmus, the perfect time to get to know the Valencian Community
Publicado 3 de December de 2019 por admin
You’ve been in the city you have chosen for a few months to spend your Erasmus. You already know the bars, the squares, the beaches, the natural spaces. You already have your circle of friends, your routines and quite possibly your plane tickets to return home for Christmas.
On the way back, your Spanish friends waiting for you and with them ‘another’ life at the university in Spain. With the new year, you also have the perfect opportunity to get to know the Valencian Community and everything that it hides because the distances are acceptable, the prices are moderate and surely the company is exceptional.
Valencia.If you are enjoying your Erasmus in Castellón, you cannot miss the capital of the Region. And not only the nightlife, it’s also perfect to enjoy the atmosphere and gastronomy. You must go to the Central Market.
Moors and Christians. Although many towns celebrate these festivals during the summer, at the beginning of the year you have those of Bocairent, in Valencia, more than perfect to know this festival.
Regional parties. Castellón and Valencia celebrate them in the month of March and, although this year they coincide, you will surely find a place to enjoy both the Fallas and the Magdalena Festivities, less crowded.
The beach. Depending on where you come from, it will seem to you that even our temperature in winter is perfect for lying in the sand for a while, but even if you want to leave this excursion for spring, you cannot miss the best beaches in the Region.
The interior of the region. The Community has fantastic beaches that you will surely have already tried, but it also has some of the most beautiful villages in Spain in. Many are very close to each other and are perfect for chilling out at the weekend. Ares, Culla and Benassal in Castellón or Guadalest in Alicante are just some of our post card towns. If you don’t mind kilometers, Albarracín in the province of Teruel will impress you with its beauty.
Sunsets. If you are looking for sunsets and special moments, we also have beautiful sunsets. In addition, now that the day is short you have time to discover the gastronomy of the area.
And, we already know that you don’t have a car owned during your Erasmus, but that is why we have an agreement with ESN in Castellón and Valencia, which will allow you to rent that car for a getaway at the best price. Use the discount codes if you are part of these associations to benefit from a 5% discount and not pay the young driver surcharge even if you are under 25 years old.
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