Taxi: 25 minute ride
Metro: 40 minutes. Very easy as it's a direct route on line 5. Note: metro departs every 20 minutes. Cost: €4.90
Taxi: 15 minutes
Metro: 20 min. Jesús metro station and it's 7 stops on Line 7 to Marítim - Serrería which is a 5 minute walk from the apartment
There is currently no Uber in Valencia
Taxi's in Valencia are plentiful and inexpensive.
There are a number of taxi hailing apps that are easy to use to pre-book or order taxi's if you are in an area of high traffic.
Free Now is the most reliable and easy to use.
Note: Uber isn't in operation in Valencia
Valencia has both an underground metro and a light rail service that will get you around. Keep in mind that trains aren't frequent and depart every 10-20 minutes.
A singe ticket is €1.50 (1 zone), €2.10 (2 zones), €2.80 (3 zones), and €3.90 (4 zones)
Opening Hours. From 04:00 to 23:30 on weekdays, and from 05:00 to 00:30 on weekends. Services run around every 10 minutes, though frequency varies according to line.
Valenbisi is one of the best public transports in the city. You can grab public bikes from one of many bike stations around the city, use it for 30 minutes, and then drop it off at another station. There are dedicated bike lanes throughout the city.
Annual Pass: €29.21 (€0.52 for 2nd 30 minutes)
7 Day Pass: €13.30 (€1.04 for 2nd 30 minutes)
You can sign up for a 7 day pass at the station and the annual pass online.
Note: The bike station interface takes a little bit of time to get used to.
Use the following apps to see the status of different stations and how many bikes or stands are currently available to avoid getting to a station to find no bikes or no empty spaces to drop off a bike.
There are two train stations in Valencia:
Valencia Joaquín Sorolla - This is the main train station and where all the AVE trains (High Speed) arrive/depart
Nord Staion - Old station
There is a shuttle between stations and it's about a 10 minute walk