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Culture in Valencia for free

November 4, 2011

There are many places where you can enjoy a good exhibition, a theatre play, a concert or maybe a good film in original version… but, could you do it for free? Here in Valencia you may find it hard to believe but yes, you can. I’m speaking about La Nau, the former building of the University of Valencia.  This building, which is situated in the city center, is an interesting place for  both activities that take place there are in and the building in itself.

For example, you can visit the temporary exhibitions. Currently you can see an exhibition about Jordi Ballester, a member of “Equipo Realidad” during the seventies and later cubist and pop-art painter.

In addition to exhibitions you can enjoy classical music concerts every Wednesday in the chapel. And, moreover, theatre plays on different days of the week in the “Matilde Salvador” hall.

Would you like some more? Ok. Also you can attend to debate forums, lectures, cinema in original version, book launches and many more cultural activities.

If you are interested in these kind of activities just go there and ask for more information. And remember, ALL FOR FREE!

Click here to link to web site of the University of Valencia (cultural section):

 

I hope you find this post useful. Enjoy yourself!

7 Comments leave one →
  1. November 6, 2011 9:38 am

    Thanks for the information.

    But it’s difficult to me spending two hours at La Nau For those who have children, I recommend this page:http://www.deceroadoce.es/

    It’s very well structured; users can find easily outdoor activities, cultural activities in museums, theaters, etc…

    The activities are also classified by children age, so you have no excuse to rest in your home, even if it’s raining like today.

  2. juliaebe permalink
    November 7, 2011 1:11 am

    Thanks for the recommendation! I’ve seen a couple of exhibitions there but I didn’t know about the concerts and the cinema, and it’s free!

  3. franeoivlc permalink
    November 7, 2011 1:24 am

    I have never been in “La Nau” but I will visit you there Lorena because it sounds interesting and as you’ve said it’s free.

  4. November 7, 2011 1:19 pm

    I am really glad that you write this kind of post with different activities (even better if they are for free!). Sometimes you are at home and dont really know what to do, but now, after a few posts I realize that there are hundreds of activities to do around the city!

  5. angel puchol permalink
    November 8, 2011 12:28 am

    Hi, friend.

    I have spent a very beautiful stage of my life there in the Library of La Nave with it´s big, confortable, old fashion, wood and leather furniture of “La Sala de Investigación”.

    See you.

  6. November 8, 2011 12:32 am

    I am a frequent spectator at free of charge events. I had said before, at Palau de la Musica presents concerts for free also. Sometimes they are very good and sometimes they do not, what upset me it is when I am doing the queue and some wants to cheat…

  7. marisadedios permalink*
    November 8, 2011 5:55 pm

    Thanks for post. I just wish I had more free time to do all the very interesting things you write in your posts and comments!

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