Ok, here I am. I'm not really sure what do you mean by E.S.P., you will be some kind of erasmus? Anyway Valencia is full of foreign young people coming here to spend their 9 months of erasmus, work for a season or just stay here to learn spanish and have fun, the night life is really good and there's always something to do. I like it to describe it as a smaller and less chatoic version of barcelona, with all the good side of BRC (nightlife, young people, laid back attitude, coastal town..) but without the shitty side of being constantly crowded with tourists 365 days at years.
The best areas for students and young people in general are 3
- the city centre (ciudad vieja) it's amazing, but it's more expenive than the others. You get the full authentic valencian experience living here, especially during Fallas.
- Blasco Ibanez: the University-area, where the majority of the erasmus students find their apartments, next to the main universities. Almost no spanish people, but still very fun and more affordable
- Benimaclet: the "bohemienne" and hipster/liberal part of the city, it's used to be a village separated from valencia, then the city grew and "ate" it but it still maintain its identity. Lots of spanish young people living here, and prices are a bit higher.
> must sees
the city centre in general, the three squares (de la virgen, de la reina, del ayuntamiento) the Torres de serranos and tores de Quart, climb the Micalet, visit the city of art and science (amazing) and rent a bike and go along the Turia Park. If you're a museum person, the Almoina (roman museum) and the Museo del Patriarca are really good. There's also a Biopark (never been there) and an amazing Aquarium in the city of art and science, a bit expensive but still worth it.