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Valencia

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4 weeks Coliving & Coworking in the port city of Valencia

Content to let Barcelona and Madrid take the spotlight, Valencia is an innovative, lively, and cultural powerhouse that will wow even the most experienced traveller. It's the centuries-old buildings, the hip and modern nightlife and restaurant scene, and green spaces galore that lure people to it's Mediterranean shores. 


We're visiting Valencia for the 1st time with the Tribe, hitting the shoulder season, avoiding the crowds, and spending autumn eating paella, watching flamenco shows, and indulging in weekend trips that alter between fairytale-like castles to natural landscapes in their purest form. 


Taste Your Way Through Europe's Largest Market

The name, El Mercado Central, will tell you that this place is an integral part of daily life for locals in Valencia. Taste any Spanish delicacy you can imagine, but don't forget to look beyond the food stalls. The building that houses this one-of-a-kind market is also an architectural marvel, with iron, wood, ceramics, and colorful tiles adorning the interior and the multi-domed roof.

Taste Your Way Through Europe's Largest Market

The name, El Mercado Central, will tell you that this place is an integral part of daily life for locals in Valencia. Taste any Spanish delicacy you can imagine, but don't forget to look beyond the food stalls. The building that houses this one-of-a-kind market is also an architectural marvel, with iron, wood, ceramics, and colorful tiles adorning the interior and the multi-domed roof.

Discover How a River Became a Park

 Once the Turia River, which was diverted in the 50s to save Valencia from flooding, Jardín de Turia is now a 9km green space and Spain's largest park. Bike or walk across the 15 bridges still spanning the old riverbed as you make your way to the eye-catching modern building in the distance, The City of Arts & Sciences. Pack a picnic to live like a Valencian, stretching out in the grass for a slow-paced afternoon.

Discover How a River Became a Park

 Once the Turia River, which was diverted in the 50s to save Valencia from flooding, Jardín de Turia is now a 9km green space and Spain's largest park. Bike or walk across the 15 bridges still spanning the old riverbed as you make your way to the eye-catching modern building in the distance, The City of Arts & Sciences. Pack a picnic to live like a Valencianos, stretching out in the grass for a slow-paced afternoon.

Get Lost in El Carmen's Labyrinth 

Be transported back to the old, old days in El Carmen, a neighborhood that's part of Valencia's Old Town. The district's place in history will be immediately apparent, with medieval remains, towers, cathedrals, and palaces that now house cafes, bars, and tapas restaurants. Life happens in El Carmen at all hours, there's a leisurely cafe scene during the day and vibrant nightlife in Plaza del Tossal.

Get Lost in El Carmen's Labyrinth 

Be transported back to the old, old days in El Carmen, a neighborhood that's part of Valencia's Old Town. The district's place in history will be immediately apparent, with medieval remains, towers, cathedrals, and palaces that now house cafes, bars, and tapas restaurants. Life happens in El Carmen at all hours, there's a leisurely cafe scene during the day and vibrant nightlife in Plaza del Tossal.

Visit Spain's Most Gorgeous Village

Albarracín beat out 249 contenders to become Spain's most beautiful village according to El País in 2018. Located a 2-hour drive away, you'll first see the imposing walls surrounding the quaint village. Walk the steep streets to eat all the cheese you can manage. On top of being a fairytale-like city, Albarracín is known for their world-famous curds. 

Visit Spain's Most Gorgeous Village

Albarracín beat out 249 contenders to become Spain's most beautiful village according to El País in 2018. Located a 2-hour drive away, you'll first see the imposing walls surrounding the quaint village. Walk the steep streets to eat all the cheese you can manage. On top of being a fairytale-like city, Albarracín is known for their world-famous curds. 

Eat Paella Where it was Meant to be Eaten

The birthplace of paella is just 30 minutes away from Valencia, in Albufera, why would you want to try it from anywhere else? In between meals, you'll also want to hit L’Albufera Natural Park to see nature in its purest form. Imagine paddy fields, forests, a crystal lagoon, magical sunsets, and 300 species of birds singing a melody as you unplug for the weekend.

Eat Paella Where it was Meant to be Eaten

The birthplace of paella is just 30 minutes away from Valencia, in Albufera, why would you want to try it from anywhere else? In between meals, you'll also want to hit L’Albufera Natural Park to see nature in its purest form. Imagine paddy fields, forests, a crystal lagoon, magical sunsets, and 300 species of birds singing a melody as you unplug for the weekend.


Coworking & Coliving:

Our Home in Valencia

Our coliving homes are a collection of 5 apartments in the same building, located in downtown Valencia. Walk to the Mercado Central, the stunning historical center, and the Russafa neighborhood that's filled with terraced cafes, bakeries, late-night bars and restaurants.


Inside the building, each apartment is set up with comfort and productivity in mind. You'll find 3 bedrooms, A/C in each apartment, and a fully equipped kitchen that includes a dishwasher, Nespresso machine, and a washing machine for laundry. Work from the apartment in the living room that will act as the lounging and gathering space when we log off for the night. When you need a break from cafe hopping, there's also a coworking space inside our building that costs €100 per month. 


Bike rentals are available nearby and the apartments are only 10km from the airport, it'll be easy to get to and explore everything Valencia has to offer from our humble abodes.


Here you can see a collection of photos of our coliving home in Valencia:

If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in Valencia as a ‘digital nomad’, including internet speeds, cost of living, and coworking spaces, have a look at Nomad List’s guide. Internet  speeds and stability is generally very good for the region. But we always have MiFi devices with mobile data as backups in all homes to make sure that we can keep working productively if there are any stability issues.


What to Expect?

City  / Less Crowds / Tapas & Paella / Vibrant Nightlife / Historical but Modern

  • Accommodation: 5 apartments all within the same building
  • Workspace: Indoor common space in each apartment and a coworking space inside our building
  • The Tribe: max 18 members
  • Internet:  Fibre optic internet with 50mbps
  • Pace: City vibes, less tourists and more locals to meet, restaurant and cafe scene day to night, lots of history

I’m New to This, How Does it Work?


WiFi Tribe is a membership-based community of remote professionals who travel together without sacrificing their careers.  Our travel style is a bit unconventional–it's collaborative, community-focused, and even more fulfilling because we get to share it. Each Chapter is a moment in time where we colive, cowork, and explore a new country, getting our work done during the week and adventuring in our downtime. 


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