FALLAS 2024 GUIDE: How to get around Valencia in Fallas

The Valencia Fallas 2024 is coming! At Miivo we bring you the definitive guide to know how to move around the city in a sustainable, comfortable and efficient way.

Adrià Aguado
Adrià Aguado
February 27, 2024

This 2024, Valencia will once again be dressed in gunpowder and fireworks, paralyzing some parts of the city, so it is essential to know the best ways to move your way.

Changes in public transport due to Fallas in Valencia

Without a doubt, the most recommended option to get around during the Fallas is public transportation. Take advantage of the reduced price of the SUMA Card and free transportation for those under 30 years of age.

For this reason, although it is not yet official, the Valencia City Council will extend the schedules, frequencies and stops of public transport during the 2024 failures. Follow us on social media to stay up to date with all the changes!


How to get to the mascletà on EMT Valencia buses

EMT Valencia allows you to get to the mascletà and the center of Valencia for only €1.5 if you buy a single ticket and with reduced or free prices as we have already explained.

  • To get to Plaza de l'Ajuntament, you can take lines 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 , 31, 32, 35, 40, 60, 62, 64, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, C2 and 81.

  • To get to the Serrans Towers, you can use lines 6, 7, 11, 16, 26, 27, 28, C2, 94 and 95.

Keep in mind that many of the lines suffer alterations in their routes. We recommend you read our article dedicated to EMT Valencia en Fallas for more information.

Additionally, EMT will be on duty 24 hours a day during outage week and other days. You can find Miivo's lines and recommendations for moving around the city by bus in **our latest article

How to get to the mascletà in Metrovalencia

The lines and stops that will take you closest to the mascletaes of this year 2024 are:

  • Line 3 (Rafelbunyol): Stop in Xátiva
  • Line 5 (Marítim-Serrería): Stop in Xátiva
  • Line 7 (Marítim-Torrent Avinguda): Stop in Bailén
  • Line 9 (Riba-Roja De Túria): Stop in Xátiva

Other lines that you can take that will leave you near the station are the following:

  • Line 1 (Torrent): Stop at Pl. Espanya
  • Line 2 (Torrent Avinguda): Stop at Pl. Espanya
  • New Line 10 (Alacant-Natzaret): Stop in Alacant

Please note that from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. access to the Colón and Xátiva stations will be temporarily closed.

If you want more information, we have prepared a dedicated article on Metrovalencia en Fallas.

Map and Valenbisi stations for Fallas 2024

Below we leave you which are the closest Valenbisi stations to see the mascletà and the faults of the center:

  • Station 18 – C/ Colón 20-22
  • Station 16 – C/ Colón 60
  • Station 70 – C/ Colón 44
  • Station 12 – C/ Poeta Querol

However, we remind you that the following Valenbisi stations will remain closed during Fallas 2024:

  • Station 35 - Kingdom of Valencia (From March 3 to 20).
  • Station 32 - Conde Altea (From March 6 to 20).
  • Station 274 - Manuel Andrés (March 10 to 20).
  • Station 156 – Cuba (March 10 to 20).
  • Station 156 - Av. Gaspar Aguilar (From March 14 to 20).
  • Station 13 - Alfonso the Magnanimous (March 10 to 20).
  • Station 155 - Salamanca (From March 8 to 20).
  • Station 193 - Postmen (March 10 to 20).
  • Station 4 - Plaza de la Virgen (March 16 to 20).
  • Station 268 - Plaza Luis Cano (March 17 to 20).
  • Station 8 - Plaza de la Reina (March 15 to 20)
  • Station 152 - Literato Azorín (March 14 to 20).


Motosharing Fallas 2024

Another option you have for these Fallas 2024 is to use the motosharing service from Acciona, Cooltra or Yego to get around the city quickly and comfortably.

It is important to remember that this service has parking limitations in some areas of the city such as the old town. We recommend checking the permitted parking areas before starting your trip.

motos-en la Estación del Norte

How to get to Valencia for the Fallas of 2024

If what you are looking for is how to get to Valencia, we have made a dedicated article for you. You can learn about the different options to get to Valencia by clicking on this link.