Arrival at Valencia


Valencia is a great location for your next holiday, especially if you’re a foodie. Over the next few posts, we’ll help you prepare for the perfect Spanish escape by sharing some very useful things to know before and during your visit to Spain’s third-largest city.

At the Airport

Click here for full transportation options from Valencia Airport in Manises (aka Manises Airport) to the city center or port.



By Bus

Itinerary: Airport-Valencia-Airport. Direct service.
Airport departures – Avenida del Cid (opposite to Local Police Office) – Calle Bailen – Calle Angel Guimera (next to Calle Juan Llorens) – Avenida del Cid – Airport departures.
Timetable: From 6.00 to 22.00. Every 20 minutes.

Price: 2.5 €.



By Metro

There are two Metro lines which link the airport, the city centre and the port: the line 3 (Rafelbunyol-Aeroport) and the line 5 (Marítim Serrería – Torrent Av. / Aeroport). The station is at the ground floor of the regional flights terminal. The trip takes around 25 minutes. Tickets: €4.90 (3.90 + €1 for the reloadable card)

To City centre: lines 3 or 5 – Xativa station.
To Estacion du Nord Railway Station: lines 3 or 5 – Xativa station.
To Joaquin Sorolla Railway Station: lines 3 or 5 – A. Guimera station and line 1 – J. Sorolla station.
To port: line 5 – Grau Canyamelar station.

If you arrive late to Valencia, and want to be sure you can get from the airport to the city center by metro, check the metro timetables for a current schedule.

VERY IMPORTANT: keep your ticket handy because you will need it to enter and exit.

By Taxi

The taxi service we highly recommend is Victor’s taxi service. He offers extremely reliable, competitively priced, English speaking service from the airport and to anywhere in and around Valencia. For better service, make sure to send a WhatsApp in advance.

Book him by calling:
booking phone (WhatsApp): +34 637 28 55 97


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