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The school · Velluters · Viveros · Installations · Photos The Valencia School of Art and College of Design (Escola d‘Art i Superior de Disseny de València) is a centre which offers qualified instruction in the different areas of design, creation and the plastic arts. Throughout the 150 years of its history, the School has known a variety of different pedagogical approaches, always centred in direct instruction and practice in the workshop. It has also been known under different names - up until quite recently it was known as the Valencia School of Applied Arts and Artistic Crafts - but it has always been centred around the work of a team of professionals and instructors involved in an approach to teaching related to the social, productive and cultural environment. A great proportion of of Valencian professionals working in the field of design today received their training in the School. The Valencia School of Art and College of Design is a public institution which depends on the Generalitat Valenciana, or Regional Government. Studies offered in the Schools are within the framework set forth for the area of instruction in the Plastic Arts and Design.

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The school · Velluters · Viveros · Installations · Photos Velluters The Velluters building is the centre where the courses for the College of Design are taught (Fashion Design, Product Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design). This is a newly created building, and it is situated within the educational complex in the old quarter of the city known as Velluters, in the historical centre of the city of Valencia. This medieval quarter of the city is situated next to the walls of the city (what is today the ring avenue known as Carrer Guillem de Castro) and today near the monumental Quart gates to the city. The Velluters quarter, which is also known as the Pilar, and in ancient times as the Torres de Macià Martí, was, up until the c. XIX, the area where the workers in the first Valencian textile industry plied their trade. A multitude of workshops produced silk (the building of the Silk Association Headquarters still exists in the quarter) and above all velvet (vellut), from where this area of the city gets its name. It was, therefore, a zone filled with workshops, with the workers and their masters, with the strong stamp of the manufacturing and working-class, and this tradition of the past now links up with the presence of the College of Design and its technological projection towards the future.

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The school · Velluters · Viveros · Installations · Photos Graphic Design

Product Design

Fashion Design

Interior Design

Visual communication takes its form as a very important component in the present day era of information. This makes the work of the designer of visual communication, or graphic designer, one of the emergent fields in the different levels of the world of production and information today, and with an increasing spectrum of applications. Rapidness and agility in response is a characteristic of this creative field that differentiates it from others areas of design, an aspect that goes hand in hand with the constant innovation in the technologies that provide instrumental support.

Curriculum of Studies for Product Design Product Design is a Specialization which covers the genesis of the multiple objects that make up the human habitat. The complexity inherent in the processes of industrial design make for an integration of a number of levels in this area of Specialization: theoretical and conceptual knowledge are complemented with the knowledge of materials and processes, as well as with aspects related to distribution. In this way the student develops proposals where innovation is directed towards the improvement in the quality of life and the optimization of the features of objects, within a spirit of ethical responsibility towards people and the environment.

Fashion Design is an activity which is directed to the field of clothing attire in its different areas of production. For this reason the projects for the Specialization in Fashion Design cover the different possible fields or areas of creation, with projects where the student has the opportunity to work in a conceptual fundamentation that provides support for the proposals that are carried out, and in addition directed to their exhibition in professional catwalks. The projects that are carried out by students cover the typology of situations that professionals in the field of Fashion encounter.

The Interior Design area of Specialization develops the area of the creation of spaces that makes life, work, rest, human relations possible. If architecture is the science that organizes the space for living, interior design (a discipline which is also referred to as Interior Architecture) is dedicated to the specific qualification of these spaces from the fundamental aspects of distribution and organization, to the point of the most specific aspects, in a scale closer to human action, and in the finishes, textures and surfaces. The different projects that that are developed in this area of studies cover the different fields of activity of the interior designer.

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Nacho Gutiérrez nachogus@gmail.com

Elena de Fuentes erasmus@easd.com

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Nacho Lavernia nacho@ceroalaizquierda.com

Carmela Fores carmelafores@gmail.com

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The school · Velluters · Viveros · Installations · Photos The Vivers building is where courses in the plastic arts within the framework of the different Training Cycles are taught (Artistic Photography, Artistic Jewellery, and Applied Arts of Sculpture). This building has been, since its construction in the seventies, the principal headquarters of the School (then known under the name Escola d‘Arts Aplicades i Oficis Artístics(School of Applied Arts and Artistic Crafts). It is situated in the Vivers quarter, an area of the city which extends along the left banks of the Turia River, linked to the old centre by two historic bridges known as the Trinitat and the Real. On the same banks of the river we can find the Design Centre, the Gothic Monastery of the Trinitat (a monastery of nuns with literary prestige), the Fine Arts Museum (housed in an old baroque seminary), and the Royal Gardens, or Jardins del Real, an extensive green zone situated on the land where the Royal Palace of the city once stood. The School is situated right in front of these gardens, in the street known as the Carrer Pintor Genaro Lahuerta, a singular artist and in the past Director of the School itself.

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The school · Velluters · Viveros · Installations · Photos Arts Applied to Sculpture

Artistic Photography

Artistic Jewellery

Basics of this higher vocational speciality comprise the analysis and development of basic processes regarding the performance of volumetric objects in the different aspects of sculpture, where the awareness and use of systems to create, elaborate, reproduce and diffusion of prototypes will lead students to value their artistic needs positively in order to achieve the best outcome.

Since the photography was born, it has played a very important role in the development of our civilization. There is no area of knowledge that can exist without it; furthermore, it is used as a tool, means of artistic expression or communication system in areas so varied as science, arts or the media. This fact makes necessary the formation of professionals with a higher qualification than the current ones, who may overcome the traditional and self-taught craft formation that remains insufficient at present.

These studies provide the necessary background and skills to create author pieces of jewellery as well as knowledge of the required reproduction, manufacturing and organizational systems in order to perform different projects within a global vision of jewellery that is always focused from the point of view of art and design.

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The school 路 Velluters 路 Viveros 路 Installations 路 Photos Installations These are some of our facilities, which can be enjoyed in our locations.

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The school 路 Velluters 路 Viveros 路 Installations 路 Photos Juan Martinez exhibition

Christmas EASD

Multidisciplinar Workshop EASD at the Valencia Fashion Week

Aula2011 Winners

Paula Sanz Exhibition

Thomas Huot Workshop


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Intro · The city · Hollidays

Valencia is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city on the Mediterranean coast. Once the capital of its own kingdom, it is now a regional capital and Spain’s third largest city. Surrounded by orange orchards and sandy beaches, the city enjoys year-round sunshine and has become a popular conference centre. Valencia’s mild climate is another reason to come for a stay. It’s warm atmosphere is always inviting and hospitable. Ready to be enjoyed. Valencia means commerce and culture, cinema, theatre, museums, music and business. It is a centre for industrial design and avant-garde movements. Valencia is the perfect mix between modernity and tradition. Valencia is a city which is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Its climate is mild Mediterranean and humid. Its average temperature is 17.8 º C, and their mean values range from 11.5 January and August 25.5.

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Intro · The city · Hollidays Architecture

Lonja de Valencia

Mercado Central

The ancient winding streets of the Barrio del Carmen contain buildings dating to Roman and Arabic times. The Cathedral, built between the 13th and 15th century, is primarily of Gothic style but contains elements of Baroque and Romanesque architecture. Beside the Cathedral is the Gothic Basilica of the Virgin (Basílica De La Virgen De Los Desamparados). The 15th century Serrano and Quart towers are part of what was once the wall surrounding the city. UNESCO has recognised the Late Gothic silk exchange (La Lonja de la Seda) as a World Heritage Site. The modernist Central Market (Mercado Central) is one of the largest in Europe. The main railway station Estación Del Norte is built in modernisme (the Spanish version of Art Nouveau) style.

Mercado Central Right opposite La Lonja, this is one of the oldest running food markets in Europe, although the building itself was constructed in the beginning of the XX century, in genuine Valencian style, with lots of colours, ceramics and mosaics. It is really worth seeing - go all the way around it to appreciate different angles. The market is still as lively as ever, as if centuries have not passed by. A snapshot of real Valencian daily life and, needless to say, a perfect place to buy some local delicacies. Plaza de Toros

Estación del Norte


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Intro · The city · Hollidays Ciudad de las Artes y de las ciencias The “City of the Arts and the Sciences“ is a entertainment-basedcultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia, Spain. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia. Designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, the project underwent the first stages of construction in July, 1996 and the finished “city“ was inaugurated April 16, 1998 with the opening of L‘Hemisfèric. The last great component of the City of the Arts and the Sciences, El Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, a complex dedicated to the music and the performing arts and the Agora building, a multipurpose place designed for congresses, conventions, concerts and performances and other events like Valencia Fashion Week, España Burn Freestyle contest and the headquarters of the Valencia Open 500 Tennis.

Palau de les Arts y Hemisfèric

Ágora. Valencia Open 500 Tennis

MTV Winter Valencia. City of Arts and Science


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Intro · The city · Hollidays Parks and gardens The Turia River was diverted in the 1960s, after severe flooding, and the old river bed is now the Turia gardens, which contain a children’s layground, a fountain, and sports fields. The Palau de la Música is adjacent to the Turia gardens and the City of Arts and Sciences lies at one end. Other gardens in Valencia include the Real, Monforte, and Botanical gardens.

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Turia River Gardens

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The Albufera Nature Park

Albufera Nature Park

Albufera Nature Park

Lying to the south of the city of Valencia, the Albufera freshwater lagoon is one of the most important nature areas in the Land of Valencia. A slim strip of coastline protects it from the sea, and on this strip of land, sand dunes have formed, plus a curious Mediterranean pine forest growing in sandy soil with rich shrubbery. Three anals (two natural and a third man-made), connect the lagoon and surrounding wetlands with the sea, and each has its own characteristic flora and fauna.


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Holidays in the Comunidad Valenciana are as follows: 9 October Day of the Comunidad Valenciana 12 October National holiday 1 November All Saints Day (Halloween ) 6 December Constitution day 8 December Inmaculate Conception 22 January St. Vicent Martyr 29 January Patron of the School 19 March St. Jos茅 (Fallas) 1 May Labour Day

http://www.turisvalencia.es/home.aspx http://www.fallas.com/

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How to get to school · First days · Services · Where can i find... ? From the plane to the School When you arrive at Valencia´s airport you have several possibilities: you can choose public transport (subway or bus) or to pick up a taxi.

Metro (Subway) To arrive to Velluters school you must take the subway, take line 5 direction Marítim - Serrería at Aeroport station until Ángel Guimerá stop. From there there are just 10 minutes walking before you arrive to the school. Take Guillem de Castro Avenue untill you see Torres de Quart, turn right throught Pintor Domingo street. If you go to Viveros school take the subway´s line 3 in direction Rafelbunyol and get off at Benimaclet stop. Continue throught Molinell street and then turn right to Pintor Genaro Lahuerta Street. •

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Autobús (Metrobus) In front of the airport you can take the ETM 150 line. From there you can go straight to Velluters headquarters until the bus stop at Cuenca street, which is just next to the school, crossing Guillem Castro Avenue. If Viveros school is your goal you must take the bus, line 11, Fontanars dels Alforins Humanista Mariner. •

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Taxi At the airport´s exit there always are taxis waiting for possible customers. You only have to show them the adress you are heading to and they will drive you towards there. You must take into account that travelling by taxi has its advantages but also its disadvantages. The service from the airport usually has an extra charge of 3,5€. Remember: they ussually do not accept credit cards.


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How to get to school · First days · Services · Where can i find... ? Accomodation The easiest way to find a room in Valencia is by using the internet: www.loquo.com but here you have a list of hostels and apartments so that you can start looking.

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www.hostelworld.com/valencia

Blue Moon Apartments www.bluemoonvalencia.com C/ Portal de Valldigna, 8 46003 Valencia; +34 689 314 813 50 flats

Alberg Juvenil Ciutat de Valencia www.alberguedevalencia.com +34 963 925 100 Red Nest Hostels www.nesthostelsvalencia.com +34 963 427 168 C/ Paz 36 46003 Valencia Purple Nest Hostels www.nesthostelsvalencia.com +34 963 532 561 Plaza Tetuan 5 46003 Valencia Center Valencia www.center-valencia.com +34 963 914 915 Hôme youth hostel www.likeathome.net +34 963 916 229 Ruzafa Youth Hostel www.russafayouthhostel.com +34 963 289 460

www.50flats.com C/ Espinosa, 13 46008 Valencia; +34 963 918 199 Petit Palace Bristol C/ Abadía San Martín, 3 46009 - Valencia +34 963 945 100; Fax: +34 963 943 850 info@hotelpetitpalacebristol.com Ad hoc monumental www.adhochoteles.com C/ Boix, 4 46003 Valencia; +34 963 919 140 Hotel NH www.nh-hoteles.es C/ Ricardo Micó, 1 46009 Valencia; +34 963 475 000 Hotel del Carmen www.hotel-delcarmenvalencia.com C/ Blanquerías 11 46003 Valencia; +34 962 057 700


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How to get to school · First days · Services · Where can i find... ? Public Transport in Valencia The Metro

Taxi

Valenbisi (Bycicle)

The Metro Network in Valencia is excellent, but not too helpful for small scale travel. It does not go anywhere in the centre, for example (that has to do with the consistency of the soil in the centre), and it tends to skip other important destinations, such as Canovas and the City of Arts and Sciences. So it is most useful when you need to cover a long distance. In partaicular, it is the best way to get to the beach. In order to obtain a discounted ticket price (normal ticket costs 0.9 ), you have to purchase the bonosmetro (10-journey subway ticket) at any metro, or underground, station. There are 10-journey tickets with which you can combine underground and bus routes.

There are many taxi companies in Valencia and taxis are easy to find. Further, there are several taxi ranks in the city. The taxis in Valencia are white and a green illuminated light on the top of the taxi indicates that it‘s available for hire. To hail a taxi all you only need to do is to raise your hand. You may reserve a taxi and most taxi companies offer long distances.

A new concept related to individual urban transport by bike. A healthy ecological commitment, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Valencia incorporates this modern initiative by providing citizens and visitors a total of 2,750 bicycles, distributed in 275 stations located in different parts of the city.

METRO VALENCIA Tel: 34-963 974 040 http://metrovalencia.com

Bus in the City The tickets are 1.25 Euro and you can by travel cards for a number of trips that will work out cheaper the more you buy. The bus within the city: EMT (colour red). This is the means of transportation that is most used by students. The price of an urban ticket is 1.25 Euro, and a card for 10 trips costs 6.00 Euro. EMT Offices C/ En Sanz, 4 2º 3ª Tel: 34-963 528 399

http://www.valenbisi.es Rates: General rate: 1,25 Euro + 0.77 Euro per Km. (14,40 Euro for one hour waiting) Night and weekend rate: 1,6 Euro + 0.89 Euro per Km. Minimum rate: 2,75 Euro. (5 Euro by night) Service to the airport have a supplement of 3,5 Euro. Journeys should be paid for in cash, since very few taxis accept credit cards. Taxi driver have change only for 20 Euro notes or less. There are several private companies that can be called to order a taxi.


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How to get to school · First days · Services · Where can i find... ? Registration When you arrive to Valencia, you need to go to the Erasmus office with the following documents: • Registration certificate from your university of school. • Accreditation from your professor that you are an ERASMUS student Passport or identification card 2 passportsized photographs. • Photocopy of form E-111 from Social Security or a copy of your medical insurance policy.

In the Erasmus Office they will register you and provide you with an Erasmus student certificate, which, together with the registration envelope, you must then take to the Secretary where you will be registered and will pay 1.13 for school insurance (if you are under 28 ), which will provide you with coverage for schools accidents. Before leaving your country you need to ask for information about the medical coverage hat you have a right to as a European student, and also obtain from the pertinent authorities the E-111 form, which gives you the right to medical attention in the Spanish public hospitals. If you are not a European citizen you need to find out if there is some health care agreement between your country and Spain, and if not, take out an insurance policy that will cover you while you are in Spain.

Gabinete de Extranjeros Avenue Blasco Ibáñez, 13 46.023 Valencia Tlf.: 34 - 963983391 www.sestud.uv.es


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How to get to school · First days · Services · Where can i find... ? Hospital La Fe Hospital Avenida de Campanar 21 46009 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 862 700 Fax: + 34 961 973 007

Arnau De Vilanova Hospital San Clemente 12 46015 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 868 500

La Malvarrosa Hospital Clinico Hospital Avenida Blasco Ibáñez 17 46010 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 862 600 Fax: + 34 963 862 644

Isabel de Villena 2 46011 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 989 900 Fax: + 34 963 989 926

Doctor Peset Hospital General Hospital Avda. Tres Cruces 46014 Valencia Phone: + 34 961 972 000

Gaspar Aguilar 90 46007 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 862 500

Valencia Al Mar Hospital 9 De Octubre Hospital http://www.hospitales.nisa.es/ Valle de la Ballestera 59 46015 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 179 100 Fax: + 34 963 460 033

Quirón Hospital Web: www.quiron.es Avenida Blasco Ibáñez 14 46010 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 690 600 Fax: + 34 963 931 706

Casa De La Salud Hospital www.casadesalud.es Dr. Manuel Candela 41 46021 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 897 700

Río Tajo 1 46011 Valencia Phone: + 34 963 352 500

Emergency Service

Carnet Joven

Emergency Service Phone: 112

If you are under 25, you can obtain the “Carnet Jove“,or Youth Card, by taking a small photograph, your passport and 6 Euro to the IVAJ (Institut Valencià de la Joventut); with this card you have the right to discounts in public transportation, cinemas, theatres, travel, etc.. For more information, contact:

Health Care Phone (24 Hours) Phone: 900 161 161 Ambulance Service Phone: + 34 963 67 73 75 Red-Cross Phone: + 34 963 67 73 75

Institut Valencià De La Joventut www.ivaj.es C/ Hospital 11 46.001 Valencia Tel: 963 869 700


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How to get to school · First days · Services · Where can i find... ? Art & Design Materials CASA VIGUER C/ Correjería 22 / 46001 Valencia

SUMO C/ Tejedores 8 / 46001 Valencia

MÓDULOS C/ Gorgos 18 / 46021 Valencia

Books LIBRERÍA VALDESKA C/ del Mar 47 http://libreriavaldeska.blogspot.com/

LIBRERíA RAYLOWSKY C/ Grabador Esteve 34 http://www.railowsky.com/

LIBRERÍAPARIS-VALENCIA C/ Pelayo 7 http://www.parisvalencia.com/

LIBRERIA SORIANO C/ Xativa 15 http://www.libreriasoriano.com/

CASA del LIBRO C/ Ruzafa 11 www.casadellibro.com


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Leisure · Culture · Nature · Events Nightlive Barrio del Carmen The historic centre of the city is a maze of little streets full of small boutiques, restaurants, bars and shops by day. At night it becomes a thriving hotspot. Bars and clubs cheek by jowl, vie for your attention. Calle Caballeros is at the heart of all this hustle and bustle. But take a walk down any of the little side streets and you‘ll stumble on some great chillout bars and small clubs.

Aragón Over the river towards the university is Avenida Aragon, to the left is the Mestalla, Valencia Football Club‘s home ground, on all down the right of the Avenida there are streets with clubs restaurants an bars - all the way to the area known as Malvarrosa/Port America‘s Cup Valencia‘s beach is right next to the port. The eafront is made up of excellent bars and restaurants. Just back from here you‘ll find clubs and now with the impending America‘s Cup, they are being upgraded and this area is fast becoming the new place to be! The actual port area is also now filled with great restaurants, chillout bars and clubs. It‘s all very cool and smart.

Canovas At the river end of Gran Via Marques del Turía is the Plaza Canovas. the streets surrounding this area are packed at night until the early hours of the morning with partygoers milling from one bar/club to another before moving on to one of the bigger out of town clubs.

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Although the most normal thing students do when they share a flat is to buy food in the supermarkets or other food stores and cook themselves, it is also possible to eat at midday in the faculty cafeterias in the University area or in restaurants in the area for approximately 4 to 6 Euro. A cheap alternative, and very much in vogue with students, is to have dinner in a bocatería, or submarine sandwich shop, which is more or less the Spanish version of the American hamburger places. In the bocaterías, they use bakery bread, baked fresh every day, and it is filled with a wide variety of hot or cold food, with the only limit being that of one‘s own taste and imagination.

When you get to Valencia, you will have to accustom yourself to our timetables, which are different form other European countries. We eat lunch at some time between 3:00 and 4:00, and dinner between 9:00 and 10:00. Trying to keep one‘s own timetables will have you arriving too late or too early to places, and it will be difficult for you to fit in the sessions of the cinema or the theatre. In the bars and taverns you can eat at almost any hour, but in the restaurants it is very difficult to get served before 1:00 at midday or before 8:00 in the evening .

The difficulties that lead to culture shock are very real. Everything from the climate change, food (which is always different from that which we‘re used to), and the water. Another difference is the Spanish business methods (the corner shopkeeper might not open on time), and their concept of time (things that at home were urgent have suddenly lost their importance). Isolation due to language barriers is also a real problem. With time you will adjust and see the experience as the great opportunity it is. It is important that you realize that the feelings you are experiencing are normal,and will eventually subside. In doing this, you will be better able to adjust and come away from this experience with a greater understanding of the culture in which you are immersed and, more importantly, of yourself.

Mediterranean diet and rice dishes. “Paella“ is just one of its many varieties of tradicional Valencia rice dishes, which include for example “arròs negre“ (black rice), “arròs al forn“ (baked rice) or “arròs a banda“ (rice cooked by itself, separate from the fish or shellfish which typically accompany it).

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Leisure · Culture · Nature · Events Museums Prehistory Museum of Valencia http://www.museuprehistoriavalencia.es/ IVAM – Julio González Centre – Valencian Institute of Modern Art www.ivam.es The City of Arts and Sciences www.cac.es “San Pío V“ Museum of Fine Arts www.cult.gva.es/mbav Fallas Museum Plaza Monteolivete, 4 Museum of History of Valencia Plaza de Arzobispo 3, Valencia 46003 Museo el Almudín http://www.valencia.es/almoina MuVIM Museum of Enlightenment and Modernity www.muvim.es National Museum of Pottery and Sumptuary Arts González Martí http://mnceramica.mcu.es Bioparc www.bioparcvalencia.es


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Biopàrc

Marxalenes

Malvarosa Beach

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Leisure · Culture · Nature · Events Valencia Cycling The Vuelta Ciclista de Communidad Valencia is a five day event which is held every year in February/March in Valencia. If you‘re not up to this standard do not despair as Valencia is a very bicycle friendly city with many places to hire a bike.

Football: Valencia CF Valencia is also famous for its football club Valencia C.F., which won the Spanish league in 2002 and 2004 (in which year it also won the UEFA Cup), and was also a UEFA Champions League runner-up in 2000 and 2001, it is one of the most famous football clubs in Spain and Internationally. Its city rival Levante UD currently plays in the second division. Tickets: Oficial Shop / Pintor Sorolla, 25 Valencia

Valencia Mountain Walking Tours For many visitors to Valencia the less strenuous sport of a walking tour of the city is the most enjoyable. For those who prefer a walking tour of the mountains and countryside then we have everything to suit your needs. The peaceful and very beautiful inland regions have magnificent mountains which are only a few miles from the beaches of Valencia.

Formula One Valencia is the current location of the Formula One European Grand Prix, first hosting the event on August 24, 2008. The city will host the event until at least 2014.

www.orangebikes.net http://doyoubike.com/


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Some words to help you to move Español

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Departamento

Department/ section

Aula

Classroom

Horario

Timetable

Tasas

Rate / valuation

Matrícula

Registration

Reprografía

Reprographics

Pizarra

Board

Cartón pluma

Foamboard

Vuelo Puerta Equipaje de mano Viaje Etiqueta Pasajero Pasaporte Avión Pista

Flight Gate Hand luggage Journey Label Passenger Passport Plane Runway

Exposición

Exposition

Cinturón de seguridad

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Asignatura

Asignatura

Despegue

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Proyector

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Enlace

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Tablón de anúncios Día de entrega Biblioteca Parada de autobús Estación de tren Llegadas Maleta Aduana Retraso Salidas

Notice board Delivery day Library Bus stop Railway station Arrivals Case Customs Delay Departures

Destino

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