Airports in Valencia
A short drive west of the city centre the humble Valencia, or Manises, Airport now handles five to six million passengers annually.
The airport is well connected to airports across Europe and the public transport options to and from the airport are convenient and efficient. Most flights to Valencia tend to originate from the much larger Madrid and Barcelona airports. Valencia Airport is open 24 hours and offers a modest number of shops and cafés to pass the time in while waiting to board your flight.
Valencia Airport is just six miles (9km) from the city centre.
Getting to the city
Two Underground lines link the airport with the city centre and the port. Valencia Metro line 3 runs between the airport and the city centre, the port and the main locations in the metropolitan area; trains leave approximately every hour between 5:30am and 10:30pm Monday to Saturday, and 7am to 9:10pm on Sundays and public holidays. Metro line 5 runs directly from the airport to the port of Valencia and the town of Torrent; trains leave approximately every hour between 6:20am and 10pm Monday to Saturday, and 7:30am to 10:15pm on Sundays and public holidays. The station is on the ground floor of the regional flights terminal; one-way tickets start from €1.50. City bus route 150 (Metrobus) runs between the airport and Valencia city centre, with intermediate stops at Mislata, Quart de Poblet and Manises; the bus runs Monday to Saturday 5:30am to 10pm, roughly every 25-35 minutes. A single fare is €1.45.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 between March and October).
+34 91 321 10 00.
Valencia Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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