Don Quijote Valencia
Don Quijote schools are some of the most well-known in Spain, known for their quality teaching and varied range of courses. The Valencia school is located in the heart of the old city center, in the lively and historically rich neighborhood of 'El Carmen'. The school is houses in a 15th century palace which was formerly used as the city's Círculo de Bella Artes.
When taking a course at Don Quijote, you have the ability to take the same course across their multiple schools. You can start learning in one school and continue your course in another city. Why not start your Spanish course in the beautiful city of Valencia and take advantage of being able to study in other places in Spain, such as Barcelona or Madrid, or even travel to Mexico and study in one of the schools located there.
The Don Quijote team organizes an activity programme including visits in the city center, museum trips, dancing evenings and cinema outings. Some of these activities are free and others are offered at a reduced price. The Don Quijote staff can also assist you to plan your own activities for your free time, such as weekend excursions to Xativa, Peñiscola or Requena.
All of the school's teachers have a university degree and, on average, five years of experience teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
|High season||June - September|
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Don Quijote Valencia - Sam
A really fantastic experience. The school was in a beautiful building in the heart of the old town of Valencia. The teachers were super friendly and very engaging - I loved the lessons, and to have the individual lesson each day was also really great for my progress. The number of hours was perfect too (6 hours per day).
Valencia is a great town to study Spanish and experience the culture. There is history, beach, parks, shopping and great countryside nearby - I loved it. My accommodation was basic, but my host was really kind, and it was a very comfortable month there. The only comment may be that I think I would have spoken more Spanish sharing accommodation with other students.