By plane: Valencia’s Manises Airport is the only airport to serve the city and is where planes from all over Europe land. It is a small airport and easy to navigate.
There are two ways to get to the city centre from here – bus and taxi. The blue ‘Aerobus’ leaves from outside the departures floor every twenty minutes between 6am and 10pm every day. Costing €2.50, the journey takes approximately 30 minutes and leaves you behind the train station.
A taxi will cost you approximately €13 plus €5 airport taxes from the airport to the city and €13 from the city to the airport.
By train: The city’s principal train station, Estación del Norte, is located in the city centre and serves trains from all over the country and Europe.
By bus: If you are travelling to Valencia by bus you will arrive in the main coach station at Avenida Menédez Pidal, 13.
On foot: Valencia is a very compact city and you can cover the city centre on foot very easily.
By metro: There is a metro network in the city but the chances of you needing to use it during your trip are slim.
By bus/tram: Valencia’s bus and tram network covers some important places in the city. For instance, the bus is the easiest way to get to the Oceanographic Museum and the best way to get to the beach is tram.