So you've decided to leave your comfort zone and come to Valencia. Congratulations on the best decision of your life. It's also a bit scary, isn't it? Well, that doesn't have to be the case with these ten concrete tips to make friends and/or meet other expats in Valencia.
Living in Valencia
Most expats moving to Valencia mostly end up in El Carmen, Canovas, or Ruzafa, but Valencia counts with several neighbourhoods where the quality of life is excellent.
We are pleased to introduce a new platform where expats in Valencia can help each other.
More and more digital nomads and expats that walk into the Globexs office are asking for rental near the beach. And not only in summer. That is not a coincidence because especially the Cabañal area is getting increasingly popular amongst expats and foreign investors. More and more expats (and locals) are choosing to Live by the beach in Valencia.
Moving to Valencia This article is written for people who are planning to move to Valencia and provides useful information about finding an affordable rental apartment.
Valencia is booming! Large groups of foreigners are strolling the streets looking to invest in Valencia. And most of them are looking for a one-stop solution: they want to find the one company that assist them all the way. Globexs / Blue offer exactly what foreign investors are looking for. 1. Property hunting We help you find the right apartment to invest in Valencia
Following an online tête-à-tête between the British press and an army of downright offended Spanish social media users.
This article describes the pros and cons of moving to Valencia. Coming in at Number One in the Huffington Post for the best of 11 cities in the world to live, Valencia is one of the best picks you can make for moving abroad.
Is it a good idea to retire in Valencia? Valencia is welcoming, warm, it’s not the beaten track like the Costa Del Sol, it has great food, it’s cheap, in essence, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the best years of your life.