Every time we can, we organize cultural activities here in Linguaschools Valencia. We strongly believe that to get to know the Spanish culture, besides learning Spanish in the classroom, it is a great idea to visit some key places that tell and represent its history. That is why we took our students to the Fine Arts Museum, which is considered the third in Spain, regarding the size and quality of the collections it contains.
Only the Prado Museum and the Catalunya National Arts Museum are bigger than this one in Valencia. Its collections involve pieces of great artists such as Velázquez, Goya, or Sorolla that we felt our students couldn’t miss if they are enjoying the Spanish culture so much!
We spent a great afternoon with the whole group and found out how fun it is to get to enjoy art while learning Spanish in a very didactic way, practicing vocabulary, and chatting about these great masterpieces!
We can’t wait to organize another cultural activity together! 🙂