Explore Valencia

 

Getting to and around Valencia

 

Getting to Valencia

 

How to get to Valencia by plane

 

Valencia Airport is 9 km from the city center. The bus (Metrobus) to Plaza de Espana departs every 25 minutes and takes about 30-40 minutes (€1.45). The bus stop is a bit hidden, only a small sign in front of the parking lot at the level of the arrivals. The Metro goes directly to the town centre and links the Airport to the main train station, Estación del Norte (beside Xàtiva metro stop), running every 8 minutes and taking about 20 minutes. Valencia is served by Iberia, Air Europa, Lufthansa, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, AirFrance, TuiFly, Ryanair, Transavia, Vueling, and several other airlines. The complete list of airline deserving Valencia is available here.

 

How to get to Valencia by train

 

Many trains come from Madrid, Barcelona, and many other cities. The main train station, Estacion del Norte, is in the center of the city, near the Town Hall. Travel time by train from Barcelona Sants is about 3 1/2 hours while from Madrid by AVE (high speed rail) is 1 hour 33 minutes. The national train company is RENFE. The tickets can be booked online.

 

Getting around in Valencia

 

Cycling

 

While Valencia’s public transport system is easy to navigate, renting a bike has become an increasingly popular way for visitors to explore this essentially flat city. Since 2010 the city offers public bicycle rentals at over 250 locations around the city. This service is called Valenbisi. For 14€ you get access to unlimited use of the bikes during 7 days, first half hour is free, then 1€ every 30 minutes extra. The extensive bike routes can be viewed here. You can purchase the ticket at any terminal at the stations.

 

Public transport

 

For metro (subway and tram) and bus (EMT) transport it is possible to buy cards called bonos in kiosks and tobacco shops. These are used for 10 journeys. The cards are contactless, and can be topped up and changed to different types once empty. There are a few different cards, so make sure you get the right one for your trip. The Metro only paper tickets are sold at the metro ticket machines. For a plastic card that includes bus, you will need to buy at tobacconists, authorized kiosks, and Metro stations. An online journey planner can be found here.

 

Pain in Europe XI Conference Venue

For information on how to reach the Pain in Europe XI conference venue, Feria Valencia, please click here.

Getting from Valencia to Feria Valencia (Exhibitions and Conference Centre)

 

Bus

Line 62 Benimamet-Estació Nord.

Frequency : each 10/15min

First Bus : 06:00 AM

Last Bus : 22:20 PM

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Metro

Line 2 Llíria-Torrent Avinguda (stop at Carolines/Fira, 600m from Feria Valencia) (see attached map of Valencia Metro)

Frequency : each 15min

First Metro : 05:30 AM

Last Metro : 22:36 PM

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Tram

Line 4, from the city centre to the main entrance of Feria Valencia

Frequency : each 20min (document attached “Line4 Valencia”)

First Tram : 06:40 AM

Last Tram : 22:19 PM

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