With a comprehensive bus and metro system, it is easy to get around Valencia. Kiosks and tobacco shops sell cheap 'Bonos' tickets, which can be used on both buses and trains. The metro system is not extensive, consisting of four lines, but covers the major points in the city, including a tramway to the beach. Tickets for the tram must be bought separately from a vending machine, which is validated before boarding. Buses will get you to just about anywhere. More active visitors can opt to hire a bicycle for around €7 a day, and with Valencia's great network of cycle paths it is an excellent way to get around the city. Much of the city can be explored on foot, the central area being very compact.
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