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Children under the age of 4 who do not wish to occupy a place, therefore they will not be entitled to a seat, they can travel without a ticket accompanied by an adult.
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Children under the age of 4 will also have the possibility of occupying a seat, therefore having a seat with the ticket means that it will not be for free but it will get a discount for children.
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Children under the age of 12 will get discounts on their tickets and cheaper train tickets, discounts are usually 40% of the basic fare of the ticket.
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Children of 12 or 13 years will get discounts on their tickets and cheaper train tickets, discounts are usually 40% of the basic fare of the ticket.

AVE Seville to Valencia

More about the AVE Sevilla Valencia

The distance between Sevilla and Valencia is of 539 km and the average journey time is of 3 hours and 58 minutes. Thanks to the progress of the railway, reaching Valencia will be very fast, very comfortable and cheap. You can choose among the different schedules that will offer you our cheap ticket search engine.

In less than four hours you will arrive at the station of Valencia Joaquín Sorolla, the provisional station just behind the Estación Norte de Valencia. Joaquin Sorolla was inaugurated in 2010 and, together with Estación Norte, receives long distance trains.

The Joaquin Sorolla station is next to the Estación Norte of Valencia, one of the most important stations in Valencia. Joaquin Sorolla offers its services from 2010 and it is a provisional station that will be replaced by the Estación Valencia Parque Central.

The plans for the new station are to hide the tracks and thus to recover ground in the city and build a park. When its construction finishes, the temporary station Joaquin Sorolla is going to be dismounted and all the railway services will be transferred to the new building. The new station is expected to improve the connections with Valencia. The purpose is to concentrate several services in one: suburban, metro, high speed, tram, bus and taxi and thus be able to quickly connect with the city centre.

The idea is to build an impressive park. The landscaper Kathryn Gustafson takes charge of the park's design. Gustafson's intention is to highlight light, water and green. In addition, they want to build a sustainable park. It has been designed in such a way that there is a rain collection system that will cover 19% of the irrigation. They also want to provide the necessary electricity for the park by installing solar panels.

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