Valencia is the perfect place to study at university, and Collegiate is pleased to offer a brand new range of luxury student accommodation in the heart of the city.
As Spain’s third largest city, Valencia has lots to offer its inhabitants in terms of attractions and places of interest, but it also provides a relaxed lifestyle of coastal beauty and casual dining. At any one of Valencia’s seaside bars or terraces, you can enjoy a tasty array of fresh seafood while you drink crisp Cava or cold cerveza in the evening sun.
Valencia is home to iconic cultural spots like the City of Arts and Sciences. This magnificent building has many museums, educational exhibits and even hotels. It is also host to a remarkable world of marine life at Europe’s largest aquarium - L’Oceanográfic. See sharks, dolphins and tropical fish, and dine in the Underwater Restaurant.
If you’d rather be in the water, Valencia is a prime location for a range of water sports activities. Whether you enjoy sailing or snorkelling, there is plenty of fun to be had on this Mediterranean coastline.
Beautiful Spanish architecture defines the cityscape of Valencia, with historic buildings and monuments around every corner. The intricate Valencia Cathedral has a unique blend of influences from different eras, from Renaissance to Gothic. The tower has 207 steps, and you can overlook the city when you reach the top. The cathedral is located in the thriving Plaza de la Reina, with plenty of cafes and restaurants.
Plaza de Toros de Valencia is one of Spain’s original and most traditional bullfighting arenas, with a fascinating museum on site. If art is your passion, Museo de Bellas Artes houses some of Spain’s most iconic artists, or if you like nature, you can discover many animals at the acclaimed Bioparc Valencia Zoo.
With a selection of stunning beaches on your doorstep, Valencia has everything a student could need for a work/life balance, and Collegiate’s superior student accommodation enhances the rich and vibrant experience.