Buses in Valencia
The bus is the best transport to travel medium and long distances, including towns and villages, while enjoying the scenery. In Valencia, the urban bus network is managed by the EMT (Municipal Transport Company) and its red color is unmistakable. Check the routes, knowing which bus to take and at which stop is very convenient through your route planner.
Valencia Bus Station
- Address: Carrer de Menéndez Pidal, 11, 46009 Valencia
- Phone: 963 46 62 66
Bus service schedule
Of the 4:00 until 22:30 h. From there the night service begins, which ends at 2:00 h during the week and at 3:30 h on the weekend.
Rates and bonuses
One-way ticket: 1,50 €
Bonobús: 8,50 €. The owner of this title has 10 trips with the option of unlimited transfers for one hour, only for EMT buses.
Transshipment Bonus: 9 €. The owner of this title has 10 trips to be able to combine between EMT buses and metro ZONE A, with 50 min to transfer.
Transshipment Voucher ZONE A B: 15,50 €. The owner of this title has 10 trips to use between the EMT bus network, Metro (ZONES A and B) and Metro Bus (Metropolitan bus network). exist 90 min to make the appropriate transfers.
Valencia Tourist Card. It is the most attractive option for tourists. This voucher includes unlimited rides for 24, 48 The 72 hours with built-in transfers.
Where to buy them?
The card is sold at any Tourist Info point (Peace Street, town hall, Joaquim Sorolla and airport), at authorized kiosks and via the internet.
The EMT app is available for iOS and Android, includes bus information, metro, tram and bike and allows you to know when the bus arrives at a stop, calculate routes and save favorites.
There is a historical tour, another through the maritime zone and it is even possible to visit the Albufera Natural Park with this bus that makes an itinerary through the main monuments of the city.
The Valencia metro and tram network has four zones: A, B, C y D. The center and the main tourist attractions of Valencia are located in zone A. Valencia airport is located in zone D. The ticket must be validated at the entrance and exit of each station, except on the tram, that is only done when climbing. You can make transfers between both means without counting as more than one trip.
In the metro map you can check the stops that suit you best, plan your journey in real time or remember the schedule. The underground and tram transport service is provided by Metro Valencia, that has up to 9 lines. All of them admit multiple combinations with each other, as well as with the bus. Bicycles are allowed in the wagons.
Valencia metro timetable
From 4:00 a 23:30 h between week. from 5:00 a 0:30 h on the weekend. The frequency oscillates around 10 minutes, although it depends on the line.
For the tourist, the most attractive is the València Tourist Card. For personal use, includes unlimited rides during 24, 48 The 72 hours with built-in transfers.
Where to buy them?
The card is sold at any Tourist Info point (Peace Street, town hall, Joaquim Sorolla and airport), at authorized kiosks and via the Internet.
Taxi in Valencia
Valencia is a well connected city, and using the taxi as a means of transport means being able to move quickly from one point to another. Company vehicles are white and available during 24 hours. They can be ordered by phone and Internet, but there are also stops throughout the city and they usually circulate on the main roads.
In the case of the airport, are in the Terminal 1 Arrivals. The current rates for taxi transfers are always the same in the official companies and must be visible to the public. They depend on the area (urbana 1, urbana 2 and intercity) and the time slots (the price rises at night). The total to pay must be indicated on the meter and you can request an invoice. further, most cars already include a dataphone to pay with a credit card.
- Taxis Valencia.Net: 962 05 50 44
- Radio taxi: 963 70 33 33
- Teletaxi Valencia: 963 57 13 13
- Valencia Taxi: 661 71 93 93
- Direct Taxi Valencia: 644 01 56 55
Trains in Valencia
Commuter station (North Station)
Valencia has its own suburban neighborhood located in the city center, composed of six lines that connect Valencia with Gandía, Mogente, Useful, Xirivella, Caudiel and Castellón de la Plana.
- Address: Xátiva Street, 24, 46007 Valencia
Connections with the North Station:
- Metro: Xátiva station (lines 3 Y 5)
- Bus: lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 19, 35, 40 Y 63 (stops near Plaza del Ayuntamiento)
- Taxi: taxi stop (Radio Taxi València and Tele Taxi València). It is located on the side of the Station, leaving it through the doors that are next to the road 6.
Joaquín Sorolla High Speed Station of València (AVE)
From the High Speed station, AVE trains link the city with Madrid, Cuenca and Albacete, with a frequency of 17 daily trains and a journey time of around 1 hour and half. The Alvi and Euromed trains (long distance) link Valencia with the main Spanish cities.
Connections with Joaquín Sorolla Station (AVE):
- Shuttle bus: free buses, that with your train ticket they bring you closer to the North Station, located in the city center.
- Metro: Joaquín Sorolla station (lines 1 Y 5)
- Bus: lines 9, 10 Y 27 (San Vicente Mártir stop) and lines 89 Y 90 (parade of the Av. Giorgeta)
- Taxi: taxi rank at the station gate
- Station Information: 912 432 343
- Reservation, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 912 320 320
- Attention disabled travelers: 912 140 505
Valencia airport (Manises)
Valencia International Airport, also called Manises Airport, It is a Spanish airport of Aena. It is located at 8 km west of Valencia, between the municipalities of Manises and Cuart de Poblet. Its implementation has contributed to creating an important business and tourism center, facilitating the economic development of the areas around it.
Transport and access
Access by road is from the V-11 highway, connecting the A-3 (Madrid-Valencia highway) with the V-31.
Valencia Airport has a bus station where it stops, among other, the Valencia Metropolitan Bus line (MetroBus).
With a frequency of 7-15 minutes, the airport is connected to the main metro stations in the city of Valencia. The journey to Xátiva station is about 20 me, the station is located in the heart of Valencia and right next to the Valencia-North Station.
There is a taxi rank near the arrivals hall.
Bicycles in Valencia (Valenbisi)
Valencia has an incredible network of bike stations. Its operation consists of taking a bicycle in one of the many stations that are scattered around the city and returning it to the station closest to the destination.
Short term subscription (7 days)
The price of the subscription is 13,30 €. If it takes less than 30 minutes to reach the destination, the rental cost is free. If you take between 30 Y 60 minutes, the cost is 1,40 €. From there, the price amounts to 3,20 € for each 60 extra minutes.
It is an economical and environmentally friendly means of transport. further, Valencia has no slopes, so riding a bike is undoubtedly one of the best ways to get around.
Steps to use the service:
- Register on the website by selecting “Short Term Pass”
- Make the payment
- Pick up the bicycle at one of the Valenbisi stations indicating the code received when making the payment