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How To Reach Valencia

Planning A Trip To Valencia? Here are some guidelines on how to reach Valencia

Valencia is a port town situated by the Mediterranean Sea. It is famed for its fresh oranges as well as its charming countryside that still has some ancient Roman settlements and Baroque architecture. However, it is also a modern city with a state of the art transportation system. It is equally easy to reach by air, road or rail. For international visitors, the best way to reach is by flying into Valencia Airport. Alternatively, visitors travelling domestically can opt to use the roadways or railway network to get into the city. The city’s local transportation system is also highly efficient, making it a breeze for visitors to move around the city at will.

By Air

By Air:  How To Reach Valencia
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The best and most convenient way for international visitors to reach the city is by landing at Valencia Airport, 8 km away from the city centre. The airport is extremely well-connected to majority of European and local Spanish cities. For visitors who can’t get a direct flight into Valencia, their best bet would be to fly into Madrid first and catch a domestic flight. There are several taxis and bus options available from the airport to get into the city.

By Road

By Road:  How To Reach Valencia
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Valencia lies in between the N-340 highway to Barcelona and Alicante, and the N- III to Madrid and Castile-La Mancha. It is one of the best ways to reach as Spain has a well-connected roadway network linking it to the rest of the country. There are highly efficient taxi and bus services to both get in and around the city as well.

By Rail

By Rail:  How To Reach Valencia
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Estacion Del Norte is the primary railway station connected to heart of Valencia. The Spanish railway system is exceedingly well-connected and this station is no different. It is easily reachable from most of the significant Spanish cities in and around the area. However, for visitors travelling here from other European cities there are no direct trains linked to Valencia. This is an ideal way to reach for visitors travelling domestically through Spain.

Getting Around

Getting Around:  How To Reach Valencia
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There are multiple ways for visitors to get in and around the city. Car rentals are available all for over for visitors keen on driving. Additionally the public transportation system is both affordable and highly efficient. There are local bus and taxi services for visitors to choose from. Visitors can pick up discounted day passes if necessary.

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