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About Valencia Airport

Valencia Airport, which was designed for the usage of the maritime aircrafts in 1927 by the Spanish architects, was transformed and opened to normal aircrafts in 1933. The first terminal building of Valencia Airport was opened in 1960 and its terminal building was made to work with solar power as a result of the operations carried out in 1983. The number of the passengers traveling from Valencia Airport changes between five and a half and six million passengers every year, and there are direct flights executed to the important cities of Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany and France.

Getting to the City Center from Valencia Airport

You have many transportation options for traveling to the city centre from Valencia Airport, one of Spain’s 10 busiest airports. You can choose from means of transportation such as metro, bus, taxi, or rental car, each very comfortable and convenient, for traveling to the city centre from the airport, which is located 8 kilometers outside Valencia city centre. When choosing your vehicle, you can prefer public transportation if your priority is an affordable travel, or you can choose taxis and rental cars for a convenient vehicle which allows you to travel independently.

Bus

When you arrive at Valencia Airport, you can get to the city centre by taking one of the buses departing from the bus stops around the terminal and carrying passengers to Valencia city centre in a short time. Traveling to the city centre from the airport  by the buses number 150 which carry passengers to areas such as Mislata, Quart de Poblet and Manises is both fast and affordable.

Metro

You can get to the many locations in the city centre from the Valencia Airport directly by taking the metro line number 3 of Metrovalencia. Prices for the one way metro ticket start from 1.50 Euro and may increase depending on your destination. You can buy roundtrip tickets for a single region or multiple regions, or if you wish, you can buy tickets that allow you to ride the metro for 10 times. If you want to use the metro for traveling to different locations in the city, you can buy TuiN Card, which is a some kind of a subscription card. Another option for a cheap metro ride in the city is to buy and use tourist metro cards. These cards, which are valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours are extremely convenient for visitors who want to see many places in a short time in the city. You can easily buy the cards you need for using the metro from the machines at the stations.

Taxi

It is very easy to get to the city centre by taking a taxi from the Valencia Airport. Moreover, due to the airport’s proximity to the city centre, taxi rides do not cost much to those who want to travel on this route. Taxis waiting at the airport have a fixed starting fare which increases for every kilometer. Taxi fares vary by day and hour. On weekdays, from Monday to Friday, rates are lower from 07.00 a.m to 21.00 p.m, but they get higher after 21.00 and on weekends. Even if you travel at a very short distance from the airport, you have to pay the base taxi fare. If you have questions about the fee you will pay for your taxi ride, you can first contact the taxi drivers and get information directly about any matter, especially about the fare.

Rent a Car      

You can easily reach many locations in a short time by renting a car from Valencia Airport. There are international rent a car companies at the airport such as Hertz, AVIS, Sixt, Europcar and Enterprise. By making reservation via internet or by phone, you can get your car from the terminal at the agreed time. Remember that you need your internationally valid travel papers and driver licence with you to rent a car.

Last Updated: 02 May 2017
Getting to Valencia Airport from the City Center

You have various options such as metro, bus or rental car when you want to get to the airport from Valencia city centre. The time you spend on the way to the airport varies depending on the vehicle you choose. However, the journey does not last very long as the distance between Valencia city centre and the airport is not much. Taxi fares in the city are not too high, but if you are somewhere far from the airport, you can choose airport buses or  trains that you can take from the city centre as an alternative to the taxi.

Metro

There are two different metro lines that carry passengers in direction of the airport from the Valencia city centre. You can take the Rafelbunyol line (number 3) or Marítim Serrería line (number 5) of Valencia metro from the city centre and get to the airport in a short time. Metro is also the best option you can choose to travel quickly without being caught in traffic. If you have heavy luggages with you, you may also consider the option of taking a taxi to a metro station then transferring to the metro.

Bus

In Valencia, buses are a popular vehicle of transportation to the airport. Buses pass through many central locations in the city, and they provide a fast and affordable option for traveling to the airport. You can get to Valencia Airport directly from the regions such as Mislata, Manises or Quart de Poblet by taking the bus line 150. You can pay the bus fare when you get on the bus. Although traveling to Valencia Airport by bus is an affordable option, it is not as fast as traveling by taxi or rental car. So if your priority is a fast and comfortable vehicle, you should consider rental cars or taxis which can be found easily in the city centre.

Taxi

Passengers often prefer taxis for traveling to Valencia Airport from the city centre as well. As the distance between the airport and the city centre is quite short, taxi fees do not cost much. Taxi fares are lower during the day and on the week days, but they get a bit higher in the night and on the weekends. Thanks to the taximeters on the taxis of Valencia, you can be comfortable about the fare. If you wish to know how high the taxi fee can get, you can talk to the taxi drivers and get information before getting on the vehicle.

Rent a Car

There are many different rent-a-car offices in Valencia city centre and airport such as Hertz, Enterprise, AVIS, Sixt and Europcar. When you go to these offices with your traveling papers and driver licence, you can pick up a car and be on your way to Valencia Airport within minutes. It is very easy to drive to the airport thanks to the direction signs that you can follow after you leave the city centre. However, if you don’t wish to leave it to luck, you can take a city map with you and find your way more easily by following this map along the way. If you consider renting a car in the city, it may be useful to reserve a car a few weeks in advance, especially in the summer, the peak period. Hence you can rent a car according to your wishes and drive to the airport from the city centre.

Airport Information

Valencia Airport welcomes its passengers with its shops where a wide variety of items including apperal products, food and beverages, accessories and souveniers are sold. At the airport you can also find restaurants serving delicious meals and drinks from Spanish, European and international cuisines and other services such as free wireless internet. If you need to withdraw money before leaving the airport, you can use the ATM‘s inside the terminal.

There are two meeting rooms with different capacities in service for business travelers in Valencia Airport. If you wish to use these meeting rooms at the airport you can get information by reaching by telephone and make reservation for your meetings. When you need to make a phone call at the airport, you can use the phones located in several parts of the terminal. If you want to get something to drink or have a snack, you can use the vending machines. Shops such as Valencia Duty Free and Las Lilas, The Fashion Place, Thinking Espana, Divers, News & Books and Valencia Duty Free are waiting for Valencia visitors who want to shop.

At the airport you will also find numerous options such as Café & Té, Caffè Ritazza, Farggi, Starbucks and So! Coffee, where you can sample Spanish and international cuisine. If you want to wait for your plane in a more private and privileged environment, VIP Lounge, where you can benefit from services such as snack foods and drinks, free wireless internet and specially designed seats for passengers, can be a wonderful option in this regard. You can make a reservation by phone or online in advance for VIP Lounge, which serves the passengers in Valencia from early morning until the evening hours.

Last Updated: 30 Apr 2017

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Which are the alternative airports to Valencia Airport?

You can use Castellon de la Plana Railway Station as an alternative to Valencia Airport.

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Royal Air Maroc organizes direct flights from the cities of Casablanca to Valencia Airport.

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