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A Ticket to Ride: Dandy Horse

A Ticket to Ride: Dandy Horse

There are surely few places with such an international history in Valencia as Dandy Horse. The name itself, in English as is much of what you can see in this…

Valencia International Visits IES Conselleria

Valencia International Visits IES Conselleria

Valencia International today visited IES Conselleria in search of young journalists to write about such diverse matters as Levante Football Club. Thanks to their teacher Maria Orts, we were able…

VI in Massanassa

VI in Massanassa

For the second year running Valencia International was invited to Colegio San José & San Andrés to organize activities with the students of 3rd And 4th ESO. This time we…

EMV Levante and 2,000 Years on the Valencia Underground

EMV Levante and 2,000 Years on the Valencia Underground

This activity recently attracted the interest of Valencia’s main newspaper EMV Levante: http://www.levante-emv.com/valencia/2014/09/25/des-metro-mil-anys-dhistoria/1166345.html The Irish rock group U2 wrote a famous song ‘Where the Streets Have no Name’. In Valencia,…

Fluttering in Las Horas

Fluttering in Las Horas

Walking into Las Horas is a bit like walking onto the set of ‘Cabaret’; decadence, glamour and cherubim and seraphim beating their wings like crazy everywhere. I exaggerate of course,…

Bali: The Eagle Has Landed

Bali: The Eagle Has Landed

Its size is just over 1,900,000 square kilometres, occupying 3 different time zones, and its population, the 4th largest in the world, is almost 180,000,000. It has about 17,000 islands…

Feel me, Touch me, See me

Feel me, Touch me, See me

Peter White is the Disability Affairs Correspondent for the BBC’s programme ‘Blind Man Roams the Globe’, broadcast on the World Service. In a recent interview with The Independent newspaper he…

Paella Goes West

Paella Goes West

Bruce ‘the Boss’ Springsteen and the Soprano family put aside their axes and pocket their envelopes on Saturday 25th of October 2014, which was declared Paella Day; the day of…

A Miracle (or 2) for Christmas

A Miracle (or 2) for Christmas

Vicente Gandia is one of my favourite Valencian wine makers, and I don’t say that just because Javier Gandia once bought me lunch, although it didn’t do any harm. They…

IES Serpis Goes Underground

IES Serpis Goes Underground

Valencia International returned to IES Serpis to share 2,000 years of Valencian history on the underground, an activity for schools using a simple underground map to review Valencian history from…

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