Metro valencia

metro valencia

How do I get around Valencia by Metro?

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. You can then check how to get to the various attractions that you would like to visit on the metro from where you are staying.

Is there a tram in Valencia Spain?

Valencia Tram (Line 4 ) is an overhead tram (not a train) and part of Valencia’s metro system. The nearest stop for the tram in the city of Valencia is at Pont de Fusta (which is the name of the area and also the name of the bridge).

How to get to the beach in Valencia?

Take the Valencia Tram to the Beach … Valencia Tram (Line 4 ) is an overhead tram (not a train) and part of Valencia’s metro system. The nearest stop for the tram in the city of Valencia is at Pont de Fusta (which is the name of the area and also the name of the bridge).

How many lines does the Metrovalencia have?

Close popup The underground transport system and tram are run by Metrovalencia, and consist of approximately 9 lines. Each ticket enables passengers to switch between metro, tram and bus lines as necessary.

How to get around in Valencia?

For a guide to the Valencia metro - ticket options, ticket prices, timetable and how to buy tickets, see our Guide to Valencia Metro. Using the metro is a convenient and quick way to get around Valencia. For your other public transport options, see our Guide to Transport in Valencia city centre.

How much does the Metro cost in Valencia?

The metro in Valencia is operated by Metrovalencia. As you can see on the map of Metrovalencia below, the metro (or subway) is useful to get to the outer edges of the city quickly, but doesn’t serve as many stops as the bus. A single Valencia metro ticket will cost you €1.50 (~ $1.70) within one zone.

What is the tram network like in Valencia?

The tram network is part of Metrovalencia. They extend subway lines on the outskirts of Valencia. Line 4 is a tram line. (See Valencia metro map). - Reductions for numerous families, retired people (jubilados), groups.

What can you do with a metro ticket in Barcelona?

Each ticket enables passengers to switch between metro, tram and bus lines as necessary. Some of the city’s metro stations, such as Alameda, are famous for their architecture, meanwhile Colón station boasts its own exhibition space. Bicycles may be taken aboard.

Where are the best beaches in Valencia?

El Saler Beachis one of the top quality beaches in Valencia. It is located at the southern end of the city, just half an hour from the centre.  El Saleris located in between two other beaches, south of Pinedo beach and north of Devesa beach. El Saler Valencia Beach

Where to spend a day in Valencia?

For a peaceful day by the water, take a trip to Patacona Beach, one of Valencia’s many great beaches to visit. Here you can enjoy stunning views and the traditional Valencian drink horchata. Patacona Valencia Beach

How to stay out of the Sun in Valencia?

Whether you travel via metro, bus, or tram, these lines will help you stay out of the sun longer and into the ocean water quicker. If you are planning to visit Malvarrosa Beach, Valencia or Las Arenas Beach, Valencia, take either of these routes for your convenience:

How to get to El Cabanyal beach in Valencia?

If you want to head to one of Valencias other beaches, you can remain on the number 19 bus and head all the way to Playa Malvarrosa or Playa de la Patacona. You can take the metro to El Cabanyal beach from Xativa metro station - the metro station that sits right outside Estació del Nord train station.

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