Estación del Norte

Valencia is rapidly becoming one of the top destinations in Spain. Get informed in a flash, how to get to Valencia and how to move around. Valencia awaits you with open arms. Want to discover this magnificent Mediterranean city? Let me show your around during one of my professional city tours in small groups.


Airport Valencia
Airport Valencia
You can fly to the Airport of Valencia by booking your flights at Airlines like Vueling, Transavia, KLM, Ryanair, Easyjet and more. Make sure you’ll book the best offer by comparing your itinerary at

Public transport from the airport

Companies: Radio Taxi 96 3703 333 – Tele Taxi 96 3571 313 – Auto-Taxis 96 3959 560
Price indication: Airport-Center 25 euros/Airport-outside Center 27 euros/Center-Beach 10-12 euros


  • Confirm the max of 25 euros with the taxi driver at the airport before you get in.
  • If the meter shows too much, ask for a ticket and his ID number as well.
  • You’ll find the price on the meter with the surcharge included.
  • Center-Airport is around 15 euros. No surcharge to the airport.
  • Pay with 20 euro bills instead of 50 euro bills.
  • Credit cards are hardly accepted


Puerto de Valencia
Port of Valencia
Ferries operating from Valencia are Transmediterranea and Balearia Compare your prices and book tickets on Direct Ferries.

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Joaquín Sorolla Station
Joaquín Sorolla Train Station

Arriving by train you will stop at Estación del Norte or Joaquín Sorolla train station. To book your train ticket use RENFE or RENFE-Cercanias You can also book your tickets directly at the train station.

Taxi Valencia
Taxi Valencia
To move around the city you can go by bus, metro or taxi. Taxi’s aren’t expensive and for 10 euros or less you can get to most places during your city trip.
Estación de autobuses de Valencia
Estación de autobuses de Valencia
Arriving by bus you will stop at Estación de autobuses de Valencia Click here for general information in Spanish on the bus station.

Bus Companies operating from Valencia

  • Autobus Jimenez
     Calamocha – Zaragoza
  • Bilman Bus
     Logroño – Vitoria – Santander – Pamplona – San Sebastan
  • Grupo Avanza
     Badajoz – Cáceres – Madrid – Mérida
  • ALSA
     Almería – Gandía – Denia – Granada – Sevilla – Alicante – Murcia – Barcelona
     Benidorn – Cartagena – Elche – Málaga – Toulouse – Marsella – París

Are you visiting Valencia? Here’s a quick peek of my hometown with its typical Spanish vibe. For bookings of my guided city tours you can contact me and I will reply within a day.

Esther Vlieger