Transport in Valencia: How to get around by public transport, motosharing or bikes in Valencia?

Getting around Valencia has never been easier! Read our detailed guide to explore the various transport options, from how to use the metro and bus to bike sharing and walking tours.

Adrià Aguado
Adrià Aguado
May 26, 2023

Discovering Valencia is a breeze when it comes to transportation options. With a well-connected network comprising 60 bus lines, 6 metro lines, 4 tram lines, more than 150 metropolitan bus routes, and 6 commuter trains, the city ensures that you can reach any destination with ease. Whether you're heading to the airport, city center, fashionable neighborhoods, stunning beaches or the picturesque l'Albufera Valencia's transportation system has got you covered.

SUMA Card - The cheapest way to move around

Say goodbye to the hassle of purchasing individual tickets for every ride and hello to convenience and savings with the SUMA10 Card. Available for purchase in ticket offices, self-serve machines in Metrovalencia and Renfe Cercanías. With the SUMA10 Card, you'll enjoy 90 minutes of uninterrupted travel on Valencia's extensive transportation network with a discount up to 50% of individual tickets. You can learn more about it in our article about SUMA Card.

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Metrovalencia - Fast and efficient transportation

Valencia's metro system is a prime choice for getting around the city quickly and efficiently. With multiple lines connecting various neighborhoods, it's the ideal mode of transport for both locals and visitors. Discover the operating hours, ticket prices, and the convenience of traveling through the heart of Valencia underground.

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EMT - timetables, tickets and prices

Discover the bus system in Valencia, operating from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm and providing excellent coverage throughout the city. With an average wait time of just 12 minutes, you'll spend less time waiting and more time exploring. The price of a single ticket is €1.50, although we recommend you use the SUMA card or the bonobús to get a cheaper fare. Plus, if you find yourself exploring the city after 10:00 pm, you can rely on the efficient night bus service to safely transport you to your destination. Besides, with Miivo you'll be able to see all timetables of the bus.

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Bus to l'Albufera Natural Park

Experience the natural beauty of L'Albufera Natural Park with ease by hopping on the bus number 25 for a scenic journey to El Palmar, where you can immerse yourself in the local culture and indulge in a traditional boat ride on the stunning L'Albufera Lagoon. For those heading to El Perellonet, board bus number 24 and prepare to be captivated by the serene beauty of the area.

Operating from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm, these buses provide seamless access to other destinations such as Pinedo, El Saler, and El Perellonet's natural beaches. Hop on board and embark on an unforgettable adventure in this enchanting natural paradise.

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Motosharing in Valencia

Another option that people visiting Valencia have is to use the Acciona, Cooltra or Yego motosharing service to move around the city quickly and comfortably. This can be a great option to reach crowded areas such as the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, avoiding traffic jams and parking problems with the car.

However, it is important to remember that this service has limitations for parking in some areas of the city, so we recommend that you check the permitted parking areas before starting your trip.

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Move around Valencia with bike

One of the most chosen options for these dates due to its comfort and versatility is to use the Valenbisi service. For only 13,30€ you'll be able to have full acccess to Valenbisi network. 30 first minutes are free, next 1 hour it's 1,04€ and every next hour 3.12€. You can also check all Valenbisi stations and availability in Miivo.

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