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M2R World | Getting Here

Getting to Valencia

Direct flights to Valencia include those from RyanAir, easyJet, British Airways, Iberia – the national airline of Spain-, AirNostrum – The regional brand of Iberia-, Vueling, AirEuropa, Lufthansa, Air Algerie, Alitalia, Aegean Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Turkish Airlines, TAP Portugal, Volotea, Wizzair or Air France.

Valencia International Airport is connected to the city through a direct metro line which will, not only connect all visitors to the heart of the city, but also get to right to the door of our main hotel taking Line 3. Metro runs from 5:00 am until 22:30 and will take you to the centre in around 25 minutes and costs 3.90€ for the journey. The hotel is located right in front of the metro stop Alboraya-Palmaret.

We warn you about the fact that UBER is not working in Valencia. However, its Spanish version “Cabify” it is available and it can be very convenient to get to the city form the airport if you are not willing to take the metro. A ride from the airport should not be more than 14€.

The Valencia airport taxi journey will take around 20 minutes with a fee of around 21€. There are alternatively two public transport methods. The bus is the cheapest method, costing 1.50€ and taking approximately 25-30 minutes.

Alternative Routes

If directly flying to Valencia is not your best option, don’t worry, there are other ways! Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante airports have great connections as well. These cities are connected to Valencia by train lines, some of which are the “AVE” our high speed train service.

If you fly to Madrid International Airport, and don’t take a connecting flight with AirNostrum or AirEuropa to Valencia, you can either get a 4h bus to Valencia with AvanzaBus, or come by train. If coming by train, get an AVE train ticket from Madrid-Puerta de Atocha to Valencia-Joaquin Sorolla through this website:

Please bear in mind it takes around 30 minutes to get from “Madrid T4 Airport” to the “Atocha Station”. If you have purchased an “AVE Train ticket” to Valencia you have your “cercanías C1” railway ticket from the Airport to “Atocha Station” included in the ticket. Just scan your barcode in the ticketing machine or ask the officer at the RENFE office located in the lower level of the Barajas airport about it.

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