How to get to

València is accessible by air, land and sea. It boasts travel links to many major Spanish and European cities. The airport, situated just 8 kilometres from the centre of València, has regular daily flights to popular domestic and international destinations. The city also has two main railway stations, the Estación del Norte, from which the local train network operates, and Joaquín Sorolla, offering AVE high-speed rail services to Madrid, Cuenca, Seville and Córdoba. ALVIA and EUROMED long-distance trains also depart from Joaquín Sorolla, providing connections to cities including Barcelona.  

 

BY PLANE

The airport is located just 8 kilometres from the centre of València, between Manises and Quart de Poblet, and is well connected to the city by public transport. 

AIRLINES. It is an important hub for Ryanair, Air Nostrum and Air Europa. However, airlines including Iberia, Air France, British Airways, EasyJet, Swiss International, Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa, amongst others, also operate out of València.

PARKING. There are two public car parks at the airport. One is located in front of the T1 building and the other close to the Regional Terminal. There is also an area specifically allocated for car rentals and tour operator coaches.

CAR HIREA total of nine car hire companies operate out of València Airport, seven of which have offices on the ground floor of the main terminal. The drop-off and collection points for the remaining two can be found in the T1 car park.

HOW TO GET HERE

By metro, via Line 3 (red) and Line 5 (green). The station is situated on the ground floor of the arrivals hall in the Regional Terminal. Journey time to the city centre is approximately 25 minutes.

By bus, via metropolitan bus line 150, also known as the Airport Metrobus. This stops just outside the T1 arrivals hall. There are also other private tour operators and bus companies, such as Alsa, which operate extra services to Alicante and Benidorm during the summer.

By taxi. There are two taxi ranks, one in T1 Departures (first floor) and the other in T1 Arrivals (ground floor). València’s taxis are white and run by local companies. They all charge the same rates and are available 24 hours a day.

BY TRAIN

There are 2 train station in Valencia

Joaquin Sorolla AVE High Speed Train Station:​

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 València with Spain's main cities. 

Connections from Joaquín Sorolla Station (AVE) 
- SHUTTLE BUS: Present your train ticket to travel for free to Estación del Norte, located in the city centre. 
METRO: Joaquín Sorolla Station (lines 1 and 5). More info at www.metrovalencia.es - BUS: Lines 9, 10, 27 (bus stop in San Vicente Mártir) and lines 89 and 90 (bus stop in Av. Giorgeta). More info at www.emtvalencia.es 
TAXI: Taxi rank outside the entrance to the station. 

North Station (Station for short distance trains):​

In the Centre: Metro (lines 3 and 5), bus (lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 32, 35, 40, 63, 70, 71, 73, 81) and taxi rank.

 

More information about how to get to Valencia

 

 

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Address: Avinguda de les Corts Valencianes, 58, 46015 València, Valencia

 

 

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