The historical city of Valencia is extremely well-connected with very little traffic, so taking a Valencia taxi to explore all the city has to offer is a great choice. Forget about waiting around in the hot sun or walking to find public transport. Taxis in Valencia are available 24/7, often take credit cards and charge you using a monitored taximeter system.
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Valencia Taxi prices
Valencia taxi prices are regulated across all companies, so you will always know how much to expect to pay. Valencia taxis charge you using a taximeter based on the distance you travel and prices must be visible in the taxi by law. Keep in mind that the base fare of taxis in Valencia includes your first few kilometres of travel and that prices increase during the night (22:00 to 06:00) and on weekends.
Base fare day (2.5 km included) – €4
Price per km day – €1.08
Base fare night (3.5 km included) – €6
Price per km night – €1.18
There may also be extra charges for things such as excess luggage, keeping your driver waiting for one hour (€19.15 in the day and €22.45 at night), travelling during major holidays and pickup from the airport (€5.40).
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How to get a Taxi in Valencia
Grabbing one of the white and green taxis in Valencia couldn’t be easier. You can hail one from the street by sticking out your arm when you see the ‘TAXI’ sign on top lit up, walk to a taxi rank or call a radio taxi company.
If you’d prefer to walk to an official taxi rank, you can find them outside the airport, train station, bus station, Plaça de la Reina, Valencia Cathedral, Plaça de Cánovas del Castillo, Av. de França and Carrer de Bailèn. Simply walk to the first taxi in the queue and get inside.
Your final option is to call one of the many radio taxi companies in Valencia. This is a great choice if you need to travel late at night or if you’re out of the main city ring. Keep in mind that your Valencia taxi driver will start running the meter as soon as he begins his journey to you, not after you’re in the taxi. Three popular radio taxi companies are:
Radio Taxi:+34 96 370 33 33
Taxi Valencia: +34 607 181 181
Onda Taxi: +34 96 347 52 52
Booking your Valencia Transfer in Advance
The last thing you want to do is waste your precious vacation time organising transport of waiting for your radio taxi to arrive. Instead, why not take the stress out of your time in Spain by booking your Valencia transfer in advance. Choose Welcome Pickups to provide your Valencia taxi and you can enjoy 5-star service, reliable pickup times and English speaking drivers.
Valencia Taxi Tips
- Keep in mind that the base fare for your Valencia taxi includes your first few kilometres of travel.
- Not all taxi drivers in Valencia speak English. To avoid miscommunication errors, be sure to write your destination down.
- Valencia taxi drivers don’t carry change for any note larger than €20.
- If you think your driver is taking the wrong route, check your location on GoogleMaps.
- Valencia taxis can take up to 4 passengers by law.
Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Valencia
Unfortunately, standard taxis in Valencia aren’t wheelchair accessible. However, there are a few companies that offer fully wheelchair accessible vehicles, complete with electronic lift or ramp. Two fantastic companies are Su Taxi Valencia, whom you can call on +34 633 384 492 and they can fit up to 8 passengers, and Tele Taxi Valencia, whom you can reach at +34 96 357 13 13.
Valencia Taxi Complaints and Safety
All taxis in Spain are monitored and have set guidelines that they have to follow by law. However, as with any major city, you may experience some problems or rudeness during your Valencia taxi ride. If you feel you have been scammed or were threatened in any way by your driver, ask for your receipt, write down the taxi number and your driver’s ID number and report it to the local authorities.