This city is famous, since the XV and XVI centuries, for the plurality and the popularity of some festive events that follow each other throughout the year. The extroverted, cheerful, and bustling character of the Valencians is manifested in festivals, religious and profane celebrations on the street with a perfect combination of rite, wit, gunpowder, music, and fire. Within the extensive festive calendar of the city, there is an option to find las Fallas, la Semana Santa Marinera, la Virgen de los Desamparados, el Corpus Christi, la Feria de Julio and el 9 d’Octubre.
The official languages are Spanish and “Valenciano”, however the second one not very popular in Valencia city. The youth community easily speaks English as well. Some will tell you that they speak Catalan - the big mistake. Officially it is really similar to Catalan but it is a different pronunciation and it is a different language for Valencianos. Just learn some words like “bon dia” and they will love you.