Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station is a new fast-train transit station that services multiple locations around Valencia. There are three different transportation options when travelling from Valencia Airport into the city, however, not all are direct to Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station. If choosing a Valencia airport taxi, you will be driven directly to the station in under 20 minutes for the price of €21. Your other option is by public transport; you can take the metro, which will cost you €3.90. If choosing this option, you will need to change metro line bringing your travel time up to 25 minutes. Your final and cheapest option, is by bus, however, the bus stop is a little far out of the city – meaning that you will have to walk or take a taxi to your end destination. A one-way bus ticket costs €1.50, and the total travel time is around 45 minutes, including the walk.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Valencia at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.
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Getting from Valencia Airport to Joaquin Sorolla Station
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How to get from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station by taxi
Taking a Valencia airport taxi is the most direct way to reach Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station. The taxi rank is located opposite the arrivals terminal and taxis are easily recognisable, as the vehicles are white with a classic taxi rooftop sign. It is important to know, that all official taxis working at the airport should display a taxi licence. To avoid any surprises, it is always best to ask an approximate price of the journey before leaving the airport. The taxi ride should take around 20 minutes to reach the station, traffic dependent.
Taxi fare from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station
There is no fixed cost when travelling by taxi; taxis in Valencia calculate their rates using a taximeter, so based on the distance travelled. The approximate cost of this trip is around €21. Please take into account the airport collection fee of €5, as well as a small fee for large luggage of €0.50 per bag.
Taxi rates vary depending on the time of day or the day of the week:
Daytime rate from Monday to Friday: €21-€23.
Night-time rate on weekends, holidays and evenings: (22:00 – 06:00) 24-27€.
Spanish Holy Days may incur an extra 25%.
*Rates may vary unless you book your taxi in advance.
Value for Money
There is always a taxi available outside Valencia airport.
Where do I get it from?
The taxi rank is located outside of the arrivals terminal at the airport.
Travelling by taxi is definitely the most accessible and comfortable way to travel from the airport to Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station. Taxis are available 24/7 and are a quick and reliable way to reach your destination. If you wish to have an even easier transfer experience, as well as a flat rate price, it is recommended to book your transfer in advance.
Make sure that the meter is running and that the start price is set by your driver before starting your journey. If your have any concerns about the end cost, you can ask your driver for a receipt.
How to get from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station by bus
Valencia airport (VLC) has a bus line that travels into the city and marks many stops along the way. However, there is no stop available directly at the station, meaning that you will have to walk for a short distance from the bus stop to the train station. The bus runs from 05:20 to 22:00, leaving the airport every 25 minutes during the week, and every 30 to 40 minutes on Saturdays. Bear in mind that the bus does not operate on Sundays or on Spanish festivals.
To get to the Joaquin Sorolla train station, you will need to disembark at the Ramón y Cajal-Cervantes bus stop, and from there, walk for around 10 minutes in order to reach the train station. The total travel time, including the walk, is around 45 minutes.
How much is a bus ticket from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station?
Ticket prices to get from Valencia airport (VLC) to Joaquin Sorolla train station cost €1.50. You can purchase you ticket directly from the bus driver once your board.
There can be up to a 40 minute wait for the bus.
Value for Money
The bus service operates every 25 minutes during weekdays, between 05:20 and 22:00 and every 30 to 40 minutes on Saturdays.
Where do I get it from?
The bus stop is located outside of the departures terminal at Valencia airport (VLC).
The bus service is the cheapest public transport option to get into the city. However, the bus does not service the train station directly, you will have to walk from the bus stop for about 10 minutes. This can be inconvenient when travelling with children or luggage.
It is important to know that all bus services are closed on Spanish festival days. Other public transport methods may also be affected, so it is best to book a taxi in advance if this is the case.
How to get from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station by metro
There is a metro station directly at Valencia airport, however, it does not take you directly to Joaquin Sorolla train station. You will have to take 2 different metros; both lines 3 and 5 (pictured in red and green on the metro map) head to the station. The metro service leaves the airport every 15 minutes on weekdays between 05:00 and 23:30, and every 20 minutes on weekends and holidays, from 07:00. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes, depending on the line you chose to take. Be advised, that both metro lines require a transfer to another line.
How much is the metro from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station?
The price of a metro ticket is based on the amount of ‘zones’ crossed whilst travelling. Your trip to the train station requires to cross 3 zones and therefore, a metro ticket will cost €3.90. You can purchase your tickets at a ticket machine directly at the metro station.
There can be a wait up to 20 minutes for the metro.
Value for Money
The metro operates daily and leaves the airport every 15 minutes between 05:00 and 23:30 on weekdays, and every 20 minutes from 07:00 on weekends and holidays.
Where do I get it from?
You will find the airport metro station on the ground floor at the regional flights terminal.
Taking the metro is a quick and a relatively easy public transport option, however, it does require a transfer to another metro line. Moreover, if you decide to purchase a metro card, you will have multiple card options which is very convenience if you are staying in Valencia for a longer time.
Maps of the metro are great to keep handy as the metro runs over the whole city, linking all areas. Day passes are available for unlimited use in the central city.
Welcome Pickups transfer
Book a trained, English-speaking taxi driver to pick you up at the same price as a regular cab from the line
If you feel more relaxed knowing that somebody is waiting for you, you may as well book a Welcome Pickups transfer. As soon as you arrive at the airport you will be greeted by your driver. He will be waiting for you at the terminal of your arrival with a sign that has your name on it. Your driver will help you out with your luggage and together you will make your way to the vehicle. While he is driving you to your accommodation, the driver can give you some tips and recommendations on what to do during your holidays in Valencia. Our drivers are hand-picked and speak fluent English. No need to worry about miscommunication issues that you may face with the local taxi drivers regarding your destination. Relax and enjoy your ride.
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Frequently asked questions
How much is a taxi from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station?
The cost of a taxi ride from the airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station is calculated using a taximeter; the approximate price is €21. Holidays, weekends and late night fares will alter this cost estimate.
How many transfer options are available when travelling from Valencia airport to Joaquin Sorolla train station?
There are three transfer options; you can choose to take the metro, the bus or a taxi. Taking a taxi to the station is the easiest and most comfortable way to travel.
How far is Valencia airport from Joaquin Sorolla train station?
Valencia airport is located 10 Km West from the station. A journey by car should take around 20 minutes.
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