Everybody knows that “Paella” is a typical dish from Spain but in “Valenciano” it means “pan”. The Etymology of the word comes from the arabic word Ba-Ella which means rice with vegetables and meat. La Paella is rooted in levante but each part of our country as added their own fresh local ingredients so we
Madrid´s Strawberry Roadmap “Let me take you down cause I´m going to Madrid´s Strawberry Fields…” Let us take you in a trip around Madrid where you will discover with us which role plays the Strawberry in Spain.How we call it, how we use it and which recipes you must try during your Erasmus in Spain.
Hello Roomer! Are you coming to Valencia for a while and packing is driving you insane because you simply don’t know what to pack? Don’t worry, no need to pack your entire closet, here are some tips to follow. When traveling to Valencia you, first of all, need to keep in mind that we have
Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) is close to the old town. It is located southwest of the city and is one of the biggest airports in Spain. Once you arrive, you have four options to reach the city centre. Shuttle: If you are coming with a small group of university friends, you can take a shuttle
Adolfo Suárez – Madrid – Barajas is the most important Spanish airport. If you arrive to Madrid and don’t have a friend who can pick you up at the airport, don’t worry. There are several options to reach your flat. The airport is 13 km (8 miles) away from Madrid, so walking won’t be an
The Fallas’ best days begin in a few hours and we want you to live them as an authentic fallero, not as a GUIRI. That’s why we want to share with you some vocabulary in order to help you enjoy these days in the best way. Read and print it if it’s necessary. If you
TRANSPORT: As you reach a new city, how to move about is always one of the first questions. Knowing exactly what options there are and what the fares are like can make your life a lot easier, saving you money & time! Valencia has several transport options such as the tube or metro, the bus,
ARRIVAL: Once you reach Valencia, and unless you have a friend with a car who can come pick you up from the airport or train station, or drive down with your own car, there are several options to reach your flat: 1) TAXI – It is the most comfortable option but the most expensive one