More information about trains Valencia
Valencia is one of the favourite destinations for tourists visiting Spain, its geographical location on the east coast, its beaches and its Mediterranean climate make it a perfect trip for everyone who wants to relax and disconnect of daily stress. The main train station in Valencia is Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
. In addition, it has a great offer of leisure for all the public and for all the tastes.
To walk along the labyrinthine streets of the ancient district of Carmen that grew between Muslim and Christian culture. To cross the medieval doors of the Towers of Quart and the Towers of Serranos. To buy in the Central Market, one of the largest in Europe. To visit the Lonja de la Seda, declared World Heritage by UNESCO or to admire the Church of Santos Juanes. These are some of the activities that we recommend if you decide to visit Valencia. Book now your train tickets on our website, with prices more than affordable ranging from 1,15 € the cheapest ones and for 127,30 € at most. The Valencia station has high-speed trains available AVE Valencia
The cheapest route to travel to Valencia is the one that departs from Aldaia, for which you can book your train tickets on our website from 1,15 € travelling on a train of the Regional type and that reaches the capital in the Valencian community at 21:23 h. If you prefer to travel on a Alvia you can do it by buying your ticket on our website for a maximum of 127,30 € and arrive to Valencia at 18:50 h.
If you prefer to save and spend as little as possible on your train tickets we recommend you to buy them to travel during the time slot in the noche because tickets are usually cheaper than if you travel during the time slot in the mañana.
Walk through the centre of the city and visit its monuments, some with 21 centuries of history. The Cathedral of Valencia, the Basilica of the Virgin, the Almoina or the Water Tribunal of Valencia opened at 12:00, declared an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO, are some of the treasures you will be able to admire.
Valencia has two main train stations, the Estación Nord and the Estación Joaquín Sorolla, located very close to each other. The first train arrives in town from Agres at 7:03 h, whereas at 23:15 h arrives the last train, which comes from Manzanares
The typical celebration in Valencia is called las Fallas, celebrated from the 15th to the 19th of March. This festivity is an enduring tradition in the Valencian Community and has its origin in the burning of waste planks of wood from carpenter's workshops on the night of the feast day of Saint Joseph. It has now become an important tourist attraction of the city and it is celebrated with "mascletàs" (firecrackers) and the burning of Fallas in Plaza del Ayuntamiento.
The most travelled railway route is the one that links the 302 Km that separate Madrid from Valencia. The price of train tickets for the route Madrid - Valencia ranges from 13,00 € if you travel on a train of the Intercity type with which the journey takes 4 hours 10 minutes, until 124,60 € if you prefer to travel on a AVE which takes 1 hour 44 minutes to travel the 302 Km that separate Madrid from Valencia.
Book now your train tickets to Valencia and enjoy the Playa de las Arenas and la Playa de la Malvarrosa, both urban beaches, where you can taste one of the exquisite paellas in one of the restaurants along the seaside promenade. However, if you prefer wilder beaches, we recommend you to visit Playa de El Saler, located next to the Albufera Natural Park, south of the Turia.
Whether you travel to Valencia from Xirivella or from Gijón, it is worth to take a look at the tickets we offer on our website. You won't find cheaper train tickets to travel to Valencia, check our search engine and book your train ticket to Valencia from 1,15 €.