Assistants: Transport

How to get to Valencia?

Valencia can be reached by land, sea and air. The city is connected to the main Spanish and European cities. Valencia airport, located just 8 kilometres from Valencia city, offers regular daily flights to the most important national and international destinations. The city also has two train stations, the Estación del Norte, where the local train network operates, and the Joaquín Sorolla high-speed train station, from which the AVE high-speed trains depart to Madrid, Cuenca, Seville and Cordoba. The Joaquín Sorolla station is also the departure point for the Alvia and Euromed long-distance trains that connect Valencia with Barcelona and other cities.  

The Port of Valencia is one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean in terms of commercial traffic. This port connects Valencia by boat with the Balearic Islands and Italy and is an increasingly popular destination for cruise ships that dock at the Poniente quay to visit the city for a few hours. To get to Valencia by car, the city is connected to the main Spanish cities by a modern road network. The AP-7, which runs from north to south along the entire Levantine coast, connects Valencia with Barcelona and Alicante, and the A-3, which runs towards the centre of the peninsula on its way to Madrid.

Valencia airport

8 km from the centre. Metro (line 3 and 5), bus (line 150) or taxi (approx. 20€ each way).

Joaquin Sorolla AVE train station

Joaquin Sorolla AVE train station:

Estación del Norte (Suburban train station)

In the centre. Metro (line 3 and 5), bus (lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 15, 19, 32, 35, 35, 40, 63, 70, 71, 73, 81) and taxi ranks.

Port of Valencia

5.5 km from the centre. Bus (line 4, 30, 95) and taxi ranks.

Ferries to Ibiza, Mahón and Palma de Mallorca.

Cruise Port

6 km from the centre. There is an internal shuttle service from the port that takes passengers to the terminal. Bus (line 4, 30, 95) and taxi ranks.

How to get around Valencia

València is a sustainable destination thanks to its excellent public transport network, which connects all neighborhoods and tourist areas of interest. While the size of the city will allow you to walk or cycle to almost any point, for longer distances we recommend the metro, streetcar or bus. If you want to get around comfortably, at the best price and reducing emissions, here’s everything you need to know!

The city offers 60 bus lines, 5 metro and 4 streetcar lines as well as 180 metropolitan bus routes and 6 suburban trains for you to move around at your leisure. There are connections to the airport, downtown, the trendy neighborhoods, the beach, l’Albufera, the towns or any other point of interest – the whole city is connected!

How to get to Veles e Vents from the airport

Car (cab, Uber or Cabify): 20-25 min and 20-30€.

Bus (Tussam): every 15 min to Plaza de Armas (about 35 min and 4€).

How to get to Veles e Vents from Joaquín Sorolla Train Station

Car (cab, Uber or Cabify): 15-20min and 7 – 10€.

Bus : LINEA 19



Valencia Buses


Valencia Subway

Motorcycle rental:

Acciona or Yego




App cab, Radiotaxi, Uber, Cabify


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The company RENFE offers to Marlice members, the following discount on one way and/or return domestic routes:

5% discount on High Speed or Long Distance trains

Valid from May 19 to May 26, 2024.

Below you will find the code with which you can issue the tickets for the event that will take place soon through our website

You will receive a 10% discount

We remind you that before finalising the purchase on our website, once you have selected the flights, you must fill in the section/section indicated as “Discount with promotional code”.

Código: MARLICE2024

Don’t forget that the trips are valid from 5 days before to 5 days after the dates of the event. 

This code will be valid for flights operated by: Iberia, Iberia , Iberia Regional y Air Nostrum.