Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain and is best known for the thriving cultural scene, exquisite dining and Modernista architecture. Besides the beautiful historic buildings, you will see the impressive futuristic architecture, as the city never stops to innovate.
Top-rated attractions in Valencia
Among the main attractions are the La Lonja de Seda, Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas, The Cathedral of Valencia, Colegio del Patriarca and the Church of Saint Thomas and Saint Philip. The Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias is dedicated to cultural and scientific exhibitions. This futuristic complex features a cutting-edge world of arts.
Metro, bus, railway and car transportation
The public transport in Valencia has a unified ticketing system and includes the metro, tram and bus network.
The metro in Valencia has six lines and covers the city, as well as some of the suburbs. Line 4 is most useful for tourists, as it covers the main city centre areas, the Valencia Port and the La Malvarrosa beach. The city buses are used to reach the beach and some suburban areas. The night lines are especially useful after partying at one of the clubs in Valencia.
Valencia has two main train stations: Valencia Joaquin Sorolla Train Station and Valencia Estacio del Nord Railway Station. The first one serves high-speed trains, while the second one provides daily connections to the main cities in Spain.
The car rental in Valencia is especially popular among tourists who prefer to take day trips from Valencia to Castellon, Peniscola, Alfaz del Pi or Oropesa del Mar. There are representative offices at the Valencia Train Station and on different locations in the city.
The Valencia taxi service is an efficient way to navigate the city. You can call a local taxi or take one from the taxi ranks. The Valencia taxis charge by the meter, and special fare applies during weekends, holidays and night hours.
Public transport from and to Valencia airport
Valencia Airport, also known as Manises Airport, is one of the busiest in Spain. It’s relatively close to Valencia city centre, only 8 km, and you can easily reach it by public transport, taxi or private transfer.
Two metro lines run from Valencia airport to the city centre. Metrovalencia line 3 also runs through the university and the north metropolitan area, while Metrovalencia line 5 takes you directly to the city centre and Valencia Cruise Port. The city bus line 150 runs daily from Valencia airport to the city centre and makes stops at Manises, Mislata, and Quart de Poblet.
The local taxis provide Valencia airport taxi service from Valencia and Manises. They charge by the meter, and a surcharge applies for transfers from and to Valencia airport. You can take an airport taxi from the designated taxi rank.
Private Valencia airport transfer
To avoid additional charges and to wait at the terminal, we suggest booking a private Valencia airport transfer with us. We provide airport taxi service at a fixed price, and our fleet includes standard cars, buses and minibuses. No matter if you’re travelling with your family or with a group of friends, we will make sure you have a pleasant journey to your hotel in a comfortable vehicle with a professional driver.
The price for the Valencia airport transfer is all-inclusive, without hidden charges. The driver will be waiting for you at the meeting point specified in the booking, holding a sign with your name. Our offer is a door-to-door transfer, so you don’t have to worry about getting lost in Valencia.
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