Travel information – getting to Valencia
The Valencia airport is about 8 km from the city centre. It has direct flights with the following countries: Germany (5), Belgium (2), Bulgaria (1), France (3), The Netherlands (3), Ireland (1), Italy (9), Malta (1), Norway (1), Portugal (1), UK (4), Czech Republic (1), Romania (3), Switzerland (2), Turkey (2) and Ukraine (1). Although some of them are non daily, connections flights through Madrid, Barcelona, or Mallorca airports are just less than one hour flight.
You can reach the city centre from the airport by taxi, by bus or by metro.
- A taxi takes about 15 minutes to the city centre.
- A bus service called Valencia-Airport line 150 departs every 26 minutes from 5.25 to 22:00 from Monday to Friday. Saturdays, from 5:25 to 22:05, every 35 minutes. The nearest stop to the city centre is Gran Vía Ramón y Cajal with Cervantes within a 20 minutes’ walk to most of the hotels booked by the organisation.
- Metro. Underground service line 3 (red) and line 5 (green) from the airport to city centre stations (Xativa and Colon) depart every 10 minutes. Approximate journey time: 30 minutes. For further information on getting around with Metrovalencia: www.metrovalencia.es
Speed train AVE.
There are comfortable trains from Madrid and Barcelona. The train station is located in the city center. For information on timetable and fares visit www.renfe.es
There are two major roads leading to Valencia, one from Madrid (A-3) and another from Barcelona and France (AP-7).
Back to news