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How to reach the port of Valencia

The Port of Valencia, one of the most important in the Mediterranean, connecting the city to the Balearic Islands and Italy and it docked a large number of cruises, significantly increased activity as a cruise homeport.

There is a tourist information office (Tourist-Info Puerto) in the port of Valencia, located in ACCIONA Station, on West Dock and opens only during cruise scales. Here you can purchase the Valencia Cruise Card for 10 Euros. This card, designed for cruise tourist includes transportation from the port of Valencia to city center on coach (shuttle bus) that City Tourism offers to passengers is provided while the cruise does not have their own buses to access the city center. This card also offers discounts at museums, shops, restaurants and other services.

How to reach the cruise port of Valencia from the Joaquín Sorolla Train Station

Joaquín Sorolla Train Station is for AVE trains (Spanish High Speed).

By BUS:

Walk 600 meters in the direction of plaza de España, there you will find the bus stop Espanya - Sant Vicent Martir Stop (ID 706). Take the line number 3 and after 17 stops get off at the Manuel Soto Enginyer - Pont de les drassanes Stop (ID 59) if you want to access the cruise terminal. To get at the harbor entrance, down two stops before getting off at Port - Joan Josep Sister Stop (ID 1624). Estimated time: 38 minutes. Cost of the ticket in 2013: 1,50 €.

By SUBWAY:

In Joaquín Sorolla - Jesus - AVE Subway Stop (Avda. Giorgeta - frente 35) which is adjacent to the station take the line number 5 direction Marina Reial Joan Carles I and down at Grau Canyamelar Station (Plaza Armada Española, s/n). Zone A: Single ticket price: 1,50 Euros.

Como llegar al puerto desde la estación de trenes

How to reach the cruise port of Valencia from the Valencia Nord Station (Renfe)

By BUS:

Walk 520 meters to the intersection Gran Vía Germanias and Sevilla street. There you will find the bus stop Germanies - Sevilla Stop (ID 708). Take the line number 3 and after 16 stops get off at the Manuel Soto Enginyer - Pont de les drassanes Stop (ID 59) to reach the cruise terminal. To stay at the harbor entrance, down two stops before getting off at Port - Joan Josep Sister Stop (ID 1624). Estimated time: 36 minutes. Ticket price in 2013: 1,50 €.

By SUBWAY:

In Xativa Subway Stop (Calle Xativa 22) who is leaving the station take the line number 5 direction Marina Reial Joan Carles I and get off at the Grau Canyamelar Station (Plaza Armada Española, s/n). Zone A: Single ticket price: 1,50 Euros.

How to get the port from the Valencia Airport in Manises

By SUBWAY:

In Aeroport Subway Station, located within the passenger terminal, take line number 5 direction Marina Reial Joan Carles I and get off at the Grau Canyamelar Station (Plaza Armada Española, s/n). Zone A - D: Single ticket price: 3,90 Euros.

How to get the port from the Valencia Airport

How to reach the cruise port from Valencia Bus Station

By BUS:

Walk 470 meters to the intersection of Pius XII Avenue and Tirso de Molina street. There you will find bus stop Pius XII - Tirso de Molina Stop (ID 409). Take the line number 2 and after 22 stops off at the Doctor J.J. Domine - Port Stop (ID 1888) to stay at the harbor entrance. For the cruise terminal, walk 615 metres by Manuel Soto Ingeniero street. Estimated time: 51 minutes. Cost of the ticket in 2013: 1,50 €.

By SUBWAY:

Turia Subway Stop is in Avenida Pio XII number 5, which is adjacent to the mall Nuevo Centro. Take the line number 1 direction Torrent, the first stop Angel Guimera, where you must change to line number 5 direction Marina Reial Joan Carles I and you should get off Grau Canyamelar Station (Plaza Armada Española, s/n). Zone A: Single ticket price: 1,50 Euros.

How to get from cruise terminal to Valencia city center

By BUS:

Opposite the entrance to the harbor, in number 4 of J. J. Domine street, is the Doctor J.J. Domine - Port Stop (ID 1589). Take the line number 19, whose frequency is approximately 8 minutes, and after 16 stops off at the Pl. de l'Ajuntament - Cotanda Stop (ID 840) located in the town hall square, the historic city center. Estimated time: 33 minutes. Cost of the ticket in 2013: 1,50 €.

By SUBWAY/TRAM:

There are two options, although the first is the most comfortable:

  • To reach Plaza del Ayuntamiento (city ​​center): From Grau Canyamelar Subway Stop (Plaza Armada Española, s/n) take the line number 5 direction Airport and get off at the Xátiva Station (Calle Xativa 22). WWalk 5 minutes to the municipality. Zone A: Single ticket price: 1,50 Euros.
  • To reach Torres de Serranos (historic center): From Grau Canyamelar Subway Stop (Plaza Armada Española, s/n) take Tram number 6 direction Tossal del Rei and in Les Arenes Station (Calle Eugenia Vinyes, 153) change to Tram number 4 direction Mas del Rosari, and get off in Pont de Fusta Stop, next to old trolley station. Walk 5 minutes crossing the Turia river over the bridge to reach Torres de Serranos. Zone A: Single ticket price: 1,50 Euros.

By TOURIST BUS (City Sightseeing Bus):

At the entrance of the port, in Ingeniero Manuel Soto street, is the stop number 9 of Tourist City Bus and off in stop number 1 in plaza de la Reina. Here you will find more information about Tourist City Bus.

How to get from the port of Valencia to City of Arts and Sciences

By BUS:

Opposite the entrance to the harbor, in J. J. Domine street number 4, is the Doctor J.J. Domine - Port Stop (ID 1589). Take the line number 19, whose frequency is approximately 8 minutes, and after 7 stops off at the França - Pare Tomas Montañana Stop (ID 1535). Walk 200 metres to Alameda and you'll find yourself facing the City of Arts and Sciences. Estimated Time: 10 minutes. Ticket price in 2013: 1,50 €.

By SUBWAY:

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