Tailor-made school trips to valencia
Valencia is Spain’s third largest city and has undergone a major regeneration to emerge as one of the most modern cities in Europe, successfully combining both the old and the new.
The old city, contained within Moorish walls, has a rich architectural history with religious buildings, and palaces that were built over many centuries. In contrast, major projects such as the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, which includes a planetarium, oceanarium and interactive museum have revamped its cultural infrastructure. It also has several superb beaches and a green ribbon of park winding right through the city, making it one of the best urban destinations for a Spanish language school trip.
activities & day trips
Valencia School Trips offers the most interesting activities, accommodations and day trips in Valencia. We are based here and don't offer you third-party excursions. That's why the quality and the prices are always the best. No intermediaries, no overcost and the best local excursions you can get.
City of Arts and Sciences
One of the region’s top attractions, the City of Arts and Sciences is the perfect addition to your school trip to Valencia. This unique and modern complex devoted to the sciences and arts comprises five main elements; the Hemisfèric (IMAX cinema and digital projections), the Umbracle (a vantage point with an exhibition zone from which all the buildings, lakes, walkways, and landscaped areas of the City of Arts and Sciences can be viewed), the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum (an entertaining, innovative and interactive science museum which covers everything to do with life, science, and technology), the Oceanográfico (the largest aquarium in Europe with over 500 marine species) and the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía (a multi auditorium space dedicated to the performing arts, notably opera). This excursion is suitable for any school trip to Valencia, but highly recommended for those looking for a science focus to their tour.
FC Valencia Stadium
The Mestalla stadium is home to FC Valencia, Spain’s third most supported football team. While the Nou Mestalla (the team’s new stadium) is being built, pupils have the opportunity to explore this 90 year old stadium, which is able to seat 55,000 fans. Groups can visit the changing rooms, press room and pitch, walk through the players’ tunnel, sit on the benches and view the private and presidential boxes. There is also an interesting exhibition about the club’s illustrious past and achievements over the years. This enjoyable excursion can be included in any school trip to Valencia, and is open all year round, although visiting hours are subject to match fixtures and special events at the stadium.
Hot springs Day Tour
A full day of fun featuring the 60-m Bridal Veil waterfall, swim the Blue Lagoon natural springs, explore the caves and get a free fish pedicure. See the breath-taking canyons, be amazed by the massive Pony Tail horizontal geyser and the pristine beauty of the dam. For lunch, an optional stop at a tapas place in a charming village near the springs can be offered.
Of course, the above excursions are only a sample. We will tailor-make your tour to engage with your exact learning requirements, and our information packs contain details of our extensive excursion package. Why not contact us now to request more information?
SCHOOL GROUP ACCOMMODATION
We work with a wide range of good standard and well-located accommodation in Valencia. Our school groups are generally accommodated in three star hotels, some of which have swimming pools. All of the hotels with which we work have en-suite facilities in every room and are well used to catering to the needs of our school groups. Students are generally accommodated in multi-bedded rooms sleeping between two and four pupils (depending on the hotel) and adults are accommodated in twin and single rooms. Packed lunches can be provided to take away for your days’ excursions and evening meals are taken at the hotels’ restaurants, although we can also offer the option of eating at a local restaurant (at a supplement), so that your students can enjoy a true taste of Spain, for example the local Paella or tapas, during their school trip to Valencia.