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Valencia: one of the most vibrant cities in Spain is waiting for you!
This hidden jewel might just be exactly what you’re looking for! This magnificent destination has some of the best beaches in the country and is buzzing with culture. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to live an incredible adventure in Valencia.
What you can’t miss in Valencia 👀
Admire the futuristic architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences where you can go to the science museum or Imax cinema.
This is the birthplace of the famous traditional paella so you have a taste of this iconic dish.
Visit one of the most important buildings from the Spanish Renaissance, La Lonja de la Seda, and admire art and history.
Take a sunset boat ride around the lake at the Parc Natural de l’Albufera or take a walk down surrounding the nature trails.
Valencia hotspots 🔥
Whether it’s stunning culture, incredible food, or sunny days, this city is sure to deliver! Check out these spots that are favorites for both locals and travelers:
If you’re feeling hungry, head to the Mercado Central, a cathedral devoted to all kinds of culinary delicacies.
Live an electric evening at the Mestalla Stadium alongside almost 50,000 dedicated footie fans watching the top league in Spain.
For fans of Greek mythology, visit the marble Temple of Poseidon, which is especially beautiful at sunset.
If you want to chill on the beach, go rollerskating, head to some bars or listen to live music, then La Patacona is the place for you.
Work in Valencia
Wake up to views of the Mediterranean Sea right outside your window. Start your workday right with a nice cafe con leche before heading into the office. After a successful day with your team, visit one of the many cool spots in Valencia and reward yourself for your hard work.
Head here if you want to recharge your batteries and have some fun after work:
Lay back and relax as you enjoy the views and a cocktail or two at the Ateneo Sky Bar with your coworkers.
Catch the best football matches at The Lounge sports bar, a true English pub where you can have a Guinness but also some tapas.
Take a stroll through Old Town and head to one of the many cafes or do some light shopping before heading home for the day.
For a fun atmosphere, head to The Blue Laguna where you can dance to the best songs from yesterday and today.
Clear your mind after a work event at the Palacio de Congresos and take a break from the hustle and bustle.
Working in Valencia gives you the chance to take your professional career to the next level and live incredible experiences abroad
You can’t go wrong with going abroad! There’s more benefits to it than you might think:
Enhance your CV.
Discover new cultures.
Grow your network.
Step out of your comfort zone.
Learn a new language.
Gain valuable work experience.
Find out what really interests you.
Show that you're self-motivated.
Many companies are looking for candidates just like you! Here are a few organizations that are already waiting for you in Valencia:
Living in Valencia
Valencia is a city with a river, beaches, exciting neighborhoods, a football team in the first division, plenty of expats, and so much culture, what more could you ask for?
One day you might have some paella and sangria on the beach and the next day you might sail off from the marina sipping on some cava as the sun goes down. You might even find yourself watching one of your favorite artists live at the Arsenal Sound music festival.
Life in Valencia is like an endless vacation. The amazing weather, the beaches, the incredible food, and that fact that you won’t get bored, all make it the perfect destination for a work and travel experience!
Cost of living 💸
Live the life you deserve! Living in Athens means that you’ll be paying 20% less on average than most countries in Central Europe. You'll save more money, without compromising your lifestyle. What's not to love about that?
🚲Amsterdam
Valencia
🍸Restaurants
Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
20.00 €
12.00 €
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
5.93 €
3.00 €
Cappuccino (regular)
3.46 €
2.02 €
🚍Transport
Monthly Pass (Regular Price)
100.00 €
31.52 €
Taxi Start (Normal Tariff)
5.00 €
4.00 €
Gasoline (1 liter)
2.14 €
1.60 €
🥑Markets
Apples (1kg)
2.37 €
1.99 €
Potato (1kg)
1.69 €
1.58 €
Rice (white), (1kg)
1.90 €
1.14 €
🏋🏽‍♀️Sports And Leisure
Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult
42.96 €
36.76 €
Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend)
27.72 €
9.25 €
Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat
13.00 €
7.25 €
🏠Rent Per Month
Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre
1,710.07 €
767.24 €
Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre
1,464.05 €
570.00 €
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre
2,864.67 €
1,386.11 €
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre
2,086.47 €
834.62 €
👩🏽‍💻Utilities (Monthly)
Basic (Electricity, Heating, Cooling, Water, Garbage) for 85m2 Apartment
247.67 €
133.51 €
1 min. of Prepaid Mobile Tariff Local (No Discounts or Plans)
0.11 €
0.12 €
Internet (60 Mbps or More, Unlimited Data, Cable/ADSL)
47.45 €
32.45 €
Relocation package✈️
Moving abroad is a big step, but we’ve got you covered. With our relocation package, going to a new country has never been easier!
Don’t know how you’ll get to Valencia? We’ll cover your flight ticket. Don’t think you’ll be able to find a flat in Valencia? There’s already one ready for you with all services included! We’ll even pick you up at the airport, all you have to do is be ready to enjoy this new adventure.
The City Job Offers relocation package has brought plenty of fantastic talents to the exciting city of Valencia.
Adapting to a new city becomes much easier if you meet people who have already lived the experience. Check out these Facebook groups with people who started out just like you:
Expats Valencia
Nederlanders in Valencia
Valencia Activities for Expats
Brits in Valencia
Trendiest neighborhoods🏡
El Carmen: This is one of the coolest parts of Valencia, it looks medieval but the vibe is far from that. It has an underground feeling and is full of eccentric shops and bars. Not only is it one of the most popular hangout spots for the LGBTQ+ community in the city but it’s also a great place for some tapas in the bohemian Plaza Negrita or for dancing the night away at Radio City.
Ruzafa: If you’re looking for something to do, this neighborhood will always have an activity for you! It’s a place that you can visit at any time of day. For lunch you can have a quick meal at a cafe. At night, the city is buzzing. You can have some traditional Spanish food or get yourself some sushi at the Nozomi Sushi Bar. Finish off the night at cozy bars or head to the clubs.
Benimaclet: This multicultural neighborhood has become a hotspot for expat university students. It’s vibrant but still manages to have the energy of a small town. There’s always a hidden gem to be found whether it be a music bar or a unique cafe like El Chico Ostra. It’s also the perfect place to get away from the tourists while still having plenty of public transport connections to the beach and downtown.
What else do you need to know about valencia?🤔
A walkable city
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Valencia is quite compact, meaning that you can make it around the city easily on foot. Plus, the weather makes it ideal to walk around without getting too hot or too cold.

Your commute to the office might even be right by the ocean, not too bad right?

Plus, the walks won’t be boring as you’ll be able to appreciate the colorful facades or the gleaming, modern buildings. Wherever you look, you’ll see striking architecture and stunning scenery.
Sunshine & siestas
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Imagine working in an office with a view of the beach, or being able to have a caña at a chiringuito with views of the ocean after work.
Wouldn’t you like to take an afternoon siesta on the white stripes of sand to the sounds of waves crashing? You have plenty of beaches to choose from as there are over seven kilometers of beaches right on the edge of the city.
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An eclectic nightlife
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At night a different side of Valencia comes to life, giving you plenty of options to have an amazing time. The nightlife lasts all year thanks to the warm climate.
Have a delicious dinner and head to the party. Make sure you stay hydrated as the bustle keeps going even after the sun rises. Hit up the Marina Beach Club, a cool spot with excellent views of the beach.
If you want something more relaxed, the Fábrica de Hielo is a chic bar and a more chill space to have some drinks.
10 Spanish phrases that will make your life easier 🤩
1. Good morning: Buenos días.
2. Good afternoon: Buenas tardes.
3. My name is …: Mi nombre es …
4. I’m from Germany: Soy de Alemania.
5. I’d like a pizza please: Una pizza por favor.
6. Thank you: Gracias.
7. Do you speak English?: Hablas inglés?
8. How much does it cost?: Cuánto cuesta?
9. See you soon!: Hasta pronto!
10. Where’s the bathroom?: Dónde está el baño?
Need more information?🔎
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