Valencia is Spain´s third biggest city after its rivals Barcelona and Madrid. Valencia city offers the same as its counterparts in terms of great restaurants and tapas bars, excellent transport systems and quality hotels but at a much cheaper price.
Valencia tends to get overlooked, although it’s a definite contender in comparison to its rivals, Barcelona and Madrid. There are 800,000 people living in the historical centre, 1.5 million living within the city itself and 2.5 million living within its metropolitan area.
In our opinion it is better than Madrid or Barcelona as it has more to offer than you would ever believe, scratch the surface and you´ll find out. After living in this beautiful place for over thirteen years we know the secret to its growing success.
To start with, Valencia has a wonderful climate and with over 22,000 hours of sun on average every year, it is easy to see why so many Europeans come to live here. The sunshine makes such a difference to your day, although many of us take the sun for granted, it has a positive impact on your
About London and Berlin
Opulent history, dazzling nightlife and scenic beauty are some of the features of the capital city of England and United Kingdom, London. Set on the River Thames, London is also the most populous city of England. London is a leading global city and one of the world’s leading financial centers. It has the fifth-or sixth-largest metropolitan area GDP in the world depending on measurement and is also considered a world cultural capital.
The capital city of Germany with a population of around 3.5 million people is the second most populous city and seventh most populous urban area in the European Union. It is a popular world city for culture, politics, media and science. The city is highly popular for its unique festivals, diverse architecture, dazzling nightlife, contemporary arts and a high quality of living. Over the past decade, it has also seen the emergence of a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial scene.
London offers so many sightseeing and touring opportunities that almost everybody can find something to savor. Some of the prime attractions in the city include British Museum, National Gallery, V&A –
Ohio was listed as one of the most popular states Americans are moving to in 2016. The cities in the great Midwestern state are beginning to catch the eye millennials that are looking for a place to settle with better housing prices and an exciting economy. One of those cities is Cleveland: a city on the rise. Here are some cool and interesting facts you should know before you decide to make your move to Cleveland, Ohio.
1. No one bats an eye at a little snow. Depending on where you are moving from you might already be used to having a white winter, but if your not then realize that natives in this town and handle the cold with stride.
2. The average commute in this city is 23 minutes or less. For some people used to driving through hoards of traffic every morning and evening this number is probably sounding really good right about now.
3. It’s more diverse than people think. There are 117 different nationalities that call this city home. Visit Slavic Village or Little Italy to get a taste of
Think Phantom of the Opera, think masked balls, think period dress and painted white faces. The Venice Carnival is the annual event that boasts elegance, fun and plenty of great entertainment.
The Venice Carnival takes place every year on the picturesque islands in the province of Veneto. The Carnival begins two Saturdays before Ash Wednesday (a religious observance begins) and finishes on Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day.
Celebrations last for twelve magnificent days and nights with celebrations taking form in performance art, music, theatre, staged shows and culinary delights.
Where does it take place?
The Carnival takes place on the actual island of Venice, in the Veneto region of Italy. If you look at Italy as a boot, Venice is near the top, a train ride away from the east coast. The city isn’t far from Padua, so if hotels are too pricey in the city, then staying in Padua is your next best option.
If you’re planning on visiting Venice during the carnival, but staying in a different city in Italy, details are found below on how best to get to and from
I’m from South America, I speak English and Spanish, I lived a while in Tampa (USA), and came to Mojacar 17 years ago to never leave.
As a citizen of Mojacar, I see people arriving each year from many countries with the intention to retire here or start a new life either alone or with their families, working for others or opening their own businesses. Many do very well, others have problems or adjustment difficulties due to the lack of information they had about Mojacar before coming.
Keep in mind that Spain has a unique, singular and own culture, and should never be compared with the country of origin, because all you get is to see everything black. You have to go to Spain with an open mind and a readiness to integrate into a lively and rich culture in all aspects.
From my point of view, the crisis has affected the standard of living in Spain, especially in big cities, however, in terms of quality of life, I do not know any better country than Spain to live in, and I’ve traveled a lot.