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For train and bus transport it is possible to buy bonos in kiosks and tobacco shops. Both Bonobus (which as of June 2009 costs €6) and Bonometro (which as of July 2011 costs €6.55 for one zone and is also available at ticket machines) allow for 10 rides. If you want to use two lines to reach your destination.

On Foot

Aside from going to the beach and the City of Arts and Sciences, exploring the hub of the city requires no public transportation. Much of this city can be done walking.

Underground

  • 2 Underground lines link the airport with the city centre and the port.
  • 25 minutes to Carrer de Colón.
  • Metro line 3 runs between the airport and the city centre, the port and the main locations in the metropolitan area. The station is on the ground floor of the regional flights terminal.
  • All transport passes can be bought at metro stations.

One-way ticket: One zone: €1.50., Two zones: €2.10., Three zones: €2.80. ,Four zones: 3,90
Return ticket: One zone: 2,90 Euro., Two zones: €4., Three zones: €5.30., Four zones: 7,40
Bonometro (10 trips): One zone: €7.20., Two zones: €10.40., Three zones: €14., Four zones: 20

Bus

(Metrobus) Line 150 connects the airport with the centre of Valencia, with stops in the towns of Mislata, Quart de Poblet and Manises. One-way ticket: €1.40, 45 minutes to the centre of Valencia.

To Valencia:

From Monday to Friday, from 5:25 to 22:00, every 26 minutes.
Saturdays, from 5:25 to 22:05, every 35 minutes.
Sundays and public holidays, no service.

To the airport:

From Monday to Friday, from 5:25 to 22:35, every 26 minutes.
Saturdays, from 5:25 to 22:35, every 35 minutes.
Sundays and public holidays, no service.