L’Eixample is characterized by its ethnically diverse and cultured atmosphere. Located near the city centre, L’Eixample’s attracts local business and well as international food chains. Its buildings follow a modernist-style, aftearall this is the home of Santiago Calatrava’s, a neo-futuristic architecture. One of its most famous works, the City of Arts and Sciences it’s a must in the neighbourhood. It consist in 4 main buildings: The Hemisfèric - an IMAX cinema - , the Science Museum, the Oceanogràfic - an aquarium designed by Félix Candela - , and the Palacio de las Artes. The cultural neighbourhood attracts many students, that gather in Plaça de Canovas to go out at night.
Due to its proximity to the city centre, L'Eixample attracts locals, students and tourists.
Mercado de Colón is a beautiful example of Spanish modernist architecture, this market building is now full of cafés and bars, and it has a gourmet food market.
With the cultural richness of the neighbourhood.
There is always something to see in L'Eixample.
You have to go to Valencia if you love the sea! This typically Mediterranean, coastal city is perfect for international students. The city combines local tradition with modernism really well.
Studying in Valencia, you’ll be next to some of the Europe’s finest beaches, with great weather almost year-around. Make sure you make the most of this exotic city’s healthy fish-based cuisine!
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