Built as an expansion of the old city,Extramurs is a residential neighbourhood located in the southwest of Valencia. Its grid pattern combines more upscale buildings with more working-class areas. The ground floors of the local buildings house small business. Connected to the metro grid, through Ángel Guimerá metro station, this is the ideal location for students who plan to study outside Valencia. Despite being a residential neighborhood, there’s some nightlife going on at Juan Llorens Street. Jardín del Turia, the biggest green area in the city, is a very popular place to walk, do jogging or go for a picnic with friends.
Working professionals and families as well as students.
The Quart Towers stands are part of the antique medieval entries of the city that have remained until today.
The best tortilla de patatas that is cooked at Bar Alhambra.
The residential area is peaceful and gives you a sense of familiarity.
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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