Getting around the city

Valencia, Spain

NOTE: Some of the information may change  depending on the COVID-19 situation in Spain.

Valencia city maps and transportation services

Map of Valencia

A detailed street map with monuments, museums, gardens, leisure centers, places of interest, sports, transport stations, parking, metro plan, streets, and much more.

Old Town

A map of the Old City of Valencia (Ciutat Vella): A detailed map of the Valencia Historical center with monuments, museums, gardens, and places of interest.

District Map

Valencia is divided into 19 administrative districts and each district is divided up into several quarters. Here, you can see a map that includes all the districts and the quarters of the centre of the city.

Metro Map

A map of Valencia’s 6 main metro lines which cover most of the city and some suburbs. Metro Map provided by Metro Valencia.

Bus Routes

Over 52 bus routes and schedules for the city of Valencia. Valencia bus map provided by the Valencia Municipal Transport Company (EMT).

Summer Bus Routes

Summer bus schedule runs from July 1 to September 1.

Bus to Albufera

Bus Line 25 connects Valencia to Albufera following a scenic route. The Line 25, Valencia – El Palmar / El Perellonet transports residents of the districts of the South to the very center of the city , on the street Cerdan de Tallada, near the Parterre.

Free Bus to IKEA

The free bus to IKEA isn’t running at the moment. The public transit line that stops near IKEA is the Metro Bus 183 (yellow bus). The route starts at the center on Gran Vía Germanias Nº 41 with other stops along the way and final destination is Centro Comercial (Ikea).

ValenBisi - Valencia's Public Bicycle System

There are several apps for ValenBisi on Google Playstore or Apple iTunes. Each one provides information about the public bike stations in Valencia.

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