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Metro Valencia

With a total of 5 lines, 3 rail lines and 2 modern tram lines, 225 stations and 121 trains, the Metro of Valencia connects the city with a large number of towns of the province.

Metro or tram schedules start at the early morning and finish at night. Frequency changes depending on the line.

Also prices vary depending on the line and area of the journey. This areas are divided into four zones: A, B, C and D. Prices also change according to the number of journeys and frequency of the Metro and tram usages.

EMT Valencia

The municipal transports company (EMT) offers a public bus service with a total of 61 lines that will bring the user closer to each corner of the city.

EMT provides a service from 4:00 in the early morning in some of its lines, until 22:30. After that time, the night service starts and finishes around 2:00, excepting on Fridays, Saturdays and the days before public holidays.

Valenbisi

A new concept related to the individualised urban transport with bicycle. An ecological and healthy bet available 24 hours a day, the 365 days of the year.

Airport

The International Airport of Valencia is located to the west of the city of Valencia, 8 km from the city, and it is popularly known as Valencia-Manises Airport or Manises Airport. It consists of two passenger terminals, the T1 and the Regional Terminal for regional flights, both located in one building.

Port of Valencia

The Port of Valencia is composed by a network of inter-oceanic and regional connections with the main ports of the world. It has now become and important tourist entrance from tourist cruises of the Mediterranean.

 

 
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