If you are planning to spend several days at Valencia, you might be interested in getting the VLC Tourist Card at the Tourist Info office at the airport or tourism office in downtown and enjoy unlimited public transport around the city (including the Valencia-Airport route). It also offers discounts on museums, leisure activities, shopping and restaurants.
More info at www.valenciatouristcard.com
How to reach Valencia
Valencia international airport, which is located 8 Km away from city center, is connected with the main European airports. Iberia airlines offers HEAd’15 participants a 15% discount on all flights to Valencia when booked through this link:
Once in the airport, you can reach the city center by:
Line 5 Aeropuerto / Torrent Avinguda- Neptú. Approx. every 10-20 minutes.
Line 3 Aeropuerto / Palmaret- Rafelbunyol (Metrovalencia). Approx. every 10-20 minutes.
Fare to/from city center: approx. 3,90 €
Fernanbús, Line 150 Valencia – Manises – Aeropuerto: Timetable: Airport-Valencia: 6:30, 7:00, then every 30 minutes until 21:30 / 22:00.
Fare: approx. 1,40 €. Journey time: 40 minutes.
Approx. cost airport-city center: 20 €. Journey time: 15-30 minutes.
Valencia is connected with Madrid and Barcelona by high-speed trains. Buying the tickets in advance (purchase on line) you can get discounts up to 70%. Additionally, HEAd’15 participants can get an additional 30% discount by using this voucher and following the instructions at:
It takes 1 hour 40 minutes to travel from downtown Madrid (Atocha station) to Valencia city center (Joaquín Sorolla station), and about 3 hours from Barcelona (Sants station).
For further information about trains, schedules and prices, visit:
Valencia is well connected to main Spanish cities. Madrid to Valencia takes about 4 hours; 3 hours from Barcelona; and 1 hour 30 minutes from Alicante.
There are several bus private companies that connect Valencia to many other Spanish cities. They usually offer low prices and often frequencies, and you can buy the tickets on line.