Explore Spain


International Hospitality Management and Gastronomy School is established in Cullera city and offers certain advantages for its students. It is located in the center of a tourism web: Valencia, Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona and Seville. The location is perfect for traveling opportunities: it´s convinient to take a train and discover Spain (it´s also cheap, comfortable and fast); if you wish to travel within the Europe, then from the airport of Valencia you can fly to any destination you want. 

Cullera is cozy Spanish city on the Mediterranean coast which perfectly matches students´life - while living there you have an amazing chance to live in some peace and quiet near the sea, where nothing distracts you from the studying process. During the weekend, you can visit the most beautiful and famous cities of Spain which are full of stunning adventures.









Since Cullera is the province of Valencia, students can visit this popular city on a daily basis and experience its’ full glory for their duration of stay. Sightseeing aside, Valencia offers a variety of carnivals and festivities for its visitors. For example, the Las Fallas, which represents welcoming spring, starts in the 1st of March and has several different celebrations until the 19th of March.

Madrid, as the capital of Spain, offers some of the best experiences in life. The wide variety of museums and monuments to visit tops most of Spain’s destinations. For example, the Museo Del Prado is considered to be one of the world’s premier art galleries. And it holds around 7000 paintings, even though only around 1500 are on display, offers a glimpse through a window towards Spain’s soul.

Barcelona, one of the most famous cities in Spain offers a variety of monuments and museums. The most famous attraction to visit in Barcelona is La Sagrada Família. The church, designed by Antoni Gaudí, has been in construction for more than 130 years, and it is considered to be finished between 2020 and 2040. Its façade is not the only part of the building worth seeing. For a fee, people can enter and explore the huge building even though it´s yet to be finished.

Some of Seville´s sites are classified as World Heritage. This being a fact, it is not a surprise that not only international but Spanish tourists visit Seville annually. The Alcázar, built in the 14th – 15th century, represents one of history´s architectural high points. It was made a World Heritage Site in the 1987 by UNESCO.

Ibiza has become a world capital of fun and entertainment over the years. This is thanks to the numerous clubs, bars and pubs located all over the city. For the summer of 2016, a record number of 7.1 million tourists visited Ibiza for leisure and entertainment. The good thing for our students, is the fact that it takes only 30 minutes to get to Ibiza by plane. Don´t miss out on  your chance to visit Ibiza, for it is a once in a lifetime experience.