• Valencia has a modern road network that makes it easily accessible from any city, both in the Iberian peninsula and further afield.

    The Mediterráneo AP-7 motorway, which runs the whole length of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline from north to south, connects with the European motorway network, the A-23 Sagunto-Somport motorway and the A-3 Madrid-Valencia motorway. Most of the passenger services operating in Valencia, both national and international, begin and end at Valencia Bus Station.

    Valencia Bus Station

    Menéndez Pidal, 11. 46009 València. Tel. 963 466 266
    Open: daily, 24 hours.
    Metro: L1 - Turia.
    Bus: 8, 29, 60, 61,62, 63, 73, 79
  • The seaport of Valencia, one of the Mediterranean’s most important commercial ports, has regular passenger services to and from the Balearic Islands (, and a growing number of visiting cruise ships.

    Seaport – City Centre connection:


    Lines 4, 5, 6. Stop at "Grau” - Plaza Armada Española, s/n
    Lines 2, 3, 4, 19, 30. Stop at "Joan Verdeguer” -Port.

    Information Service: Phone +34 961 598 500
    Valencia Airport is located eight kilometers to the west of the city.


    By metro:

    Line 5 (Aeroport-Marítim Serrería) runs between the airport and the city center, the university area and the north zone of the metropolitan area.
    Line 3 (Rafelbunyol-Aeroport) runs directly from the airport to the city center and the port of Valencia.
    Fare to/from the city center: €3,90.
    Approximate journey time: 20 minutes.

    By bus:
    City bus route 150 (Metrobus) runs between the airport and Valencia city center, with intermediate stops at Mislata, Quart de Poblet and Manises.
    Fare: €1.45.
    Approximate journey time: 40 minutes.

    By taxi:
    The taxi service is run by city taxis from Valencia and Manises. The journey from the airport has a supplement of €5.40.

    By car:
    The V-11 road connects the Airport to V-30 (bypass around the city of Valencia) via the A-3 motorway (Madrid-Valencia)."

  • There are two main train stations within the city's metropolitan area.


    Xátiva, 24- 46007 Valencia
    Telephone: +34 902 32 03 20
    Valencia has its own city centre station for the local train network (cercanías), which consists of six lines that connect Valencia to Gandía, Mogente, Utiel, Xirivella, Caudiel and Castellón de la Plana.

    Connections from the Estacion del Norte:

    Xátiva station (lines 3 and 5).More info at

    Lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 19, 35, 40 and 63 (bus stops close to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento).
    More info at

    Taxi rank (Radio Taxi Valencia and Tele Taxi Valencia).
    Located at the side of the station, exit through the doors next to platform 6.Telephone: +34 963 703 333 and +34 963 571 313


    San Vicente Mártir, 171 - 46007 Valencia

    From the high-speed train station, the AVE trains connect the city to Madrid, Cuenca and Albacete, with 17 daily departures and an approximate journey time of 1 hour 30 minutes. In addition, the Alaris and Euromed long-distance trains connect Valencia with Spain's main cities.

    Connections from Joaquín Sorolla Station (AVE)

    Present your train ticket to travel for free to Estación del Norte, located in the city centre.

    Joaquín Sorolla Station (lines 1 and 5). More info at - BUS: Lines 9, 10, 27 (bus stop in San Vicente Mártir) and lines 89 and 90 (bus stop in Av. Giorgeta).
    More info at

    Taxi rank outside the entrance to the station.

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