Metro valencia

metro valencia

What is the metro system in Valencia?

It is a large suburban network that crosses the city of Valencia, with all trains continuing out to the suburbs. It also has destinations on lines that make it more closely resemble commuter trains.

What is Line 10 of the Valencia Metro?

Line 10 is a partially completed future tram and metro line which will form part of Metrovalencia in the city of Valencia, Spain. From 2007 until 2014, the line was designated as line 2. However, in November 2014, this designation was given to a branch of the existing Line 1, effective from April 2015.

How to get to Valencia from the airport?

Guide to Valencia Metro… The Valencia metro is very modern and easy to use and each line has a distinct color. Using the metro is the easiest and quickest way to get into town from the airport and also the cheapest. Xàtiva metro station is just a few yards from Estacion del Norte which is in the center of town.

What is Metrovalencia?

Metrovalencia is an urban rail system serving a large part of the metropolitan area of Valencia. The network is a modern amalgamation of former FEVE narrow gauge electric operated suburban railways. It is a large suburban network that crosses the city of Valencia, with all trains continuing out to the suburbs.

How many lines of Metro are there in Valencia?

Valencias metro system has six lines and covers most of the city. It is worth having a look at the metro map prior to your visit and checking out the closest metro to your accommodation.

How to get to Valencia from the airport?

Guide to Valencia Metro… The Valencia metro is very modern and easy to use and each line has a distinct color. Using the metro is the easiest and quickest way to get into town from the airport and also the cheapest. Xàtiva metro station is just a few yards from Estacion del Norte which is in the center of town.

Is it better to buy bus or metro tickets in Valencia?

It is worth noting that many of the combined tickets also cover the buses and metros in Valencia (see our Guide to Transport in Valencia for further details on the buses and metro). So, before buying a bus or metro ticket, consider whether you are also likely to be using the metro and whether one of the combined tickets might be a better option.

Where can I stop on the tram in Valencia?

Stops include the Feria Valencia (Trade Fair) Station, Torres de Serranos, University of Valencia, Universitat Politècnica, Palacio de Congresos and the beach. The tram is part of the Valencia metro system.

How to get from Valencia Airport to Valencia by bus?

Bus line 150 (Fernanbús) runs from Valencia Airport via the towns of Manises, Quart de Poblet and Mislata to Valencia. A single ticket costs € 1.45, seniors from 65 years of age pay only € 1.00.

Where is Valencian airport?

Valencia Airport is located 10 km (~ 6.2 miles) west of Valencia, in Manises, a town in the province of Valencia. This explains why it’s also known as Manises Airport. By car it takes about 15 minutes to get from Valencia Airport to the city centre.

How to get from Valencia Airport to Mercat Central?

The journey time between Valencia Airport and Mercat Central ( Avenida Barón de Carcer 26 bus stop) in the centre of the city is 40 minutes. The bus station of Valencia Airport is located opposite the Arrivals hall, between the terminal and parking garage P1. Please consult website and timetable bus line 150 for more information.

How to get to the centre of Valencia?

The distance to the centre of Valencia (Plaça de l’Ajuntament) is 10 kilometres / 6.2 miles, by car it takes 15 minutes to get to the centre of the city. The red line 3 and the green line 5 of the subway will take you in 20 minutes to Xàtiva metro station (zone A) in the centre of the city, a short distance from railway station ‘Estació del Nord’.

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