Address: Carretera Aeropuerto s / n, 46940 Manises (Valencia), Spain
IATA airport code: VLC
ICAO airport code: LEVC
Alias: Manises Airport
The airport in Manises is west of the city, the beach is east of the city. Valencia Airport has a runway and a runway and a terminal. The city center can be reached by metro, bus and taxi.
Where is Valencia Airport?
Valencia Airport is located west of the city and is fastest accessible via the A-3 motorway (Autovia del Este) and the V-11. If you are coming from the north or south of Spain, it is best to choose the A-7 or AP-7 motorway, so you avoid the crowds in the city.
How many terminals does Valencia Airport have?
The airport has a well-organized terminal, the Arrivals arrivals hall is on the ground floor (Floor 0), the Departures departures hall is located on the first floor (Floor 1). In the departure hall you will find check-in desks 1 to 42 on the right, check-in desks 43 to 63 on the left and the security check (control de seguridad) in the middle. After the security check you will reach gates 1 to 22 via “zona comercial”. Valencia metro station is located under the terminal on floor -1, accessible by escalator, stairs and elevator.
What is the distance from Valencia Airport to the center of Valencia?
The distance to the center of Valencia (Plaça de l’Ajuntament) is 10 kilometers, it takes 15 minutes by car to get to the center of the city.
How to get from Valencia Airport to Valencia?
Public transportation – Metro (Valencia)
The red line 3 and the green line 5 of the metro will take you to the Xàtiva metro station (zone A) in the center of the city in about 20 minutes, a short distance from the “Estació del Nord” train station. Valencia Airport is in zone D. The airport metro station is on floor -1 of the terminal, after you have arrived you must walk to the left in the arrivals hall. On average, a metro leaves for the city every 5 to 10 minutes at the metro station. The football stadium of Valencia CF (Estadio de Mestalla) is directly accessible by metro line 5 from Valencia Airport, you are 25 minutes on the way to the nearby Aragón metro station.
At the airport metro station you can buy tickets at five ticket machines and the ticket desk. At the ticket machine you have five options: Single ticket (€ 3.90), Round trip (€ 7.40), Bonometro 10 trips (€ 7.60), TuiN card and Fare Valencia / Bonometro ABCD 10 trips (€ 21, 00). Payment is possible with payment card and cash. The first time you travel you pay € 1.00 extra for a cardboard pass or € 2.00 extra for a plastic pass. This means that a single journey from Valencia Airport to the city costs € 4.90 for the first time. You can reload and use the Móbilis Travel card at a later date. You can use a Bonometro card with more than one person. More info can be found here, website Metrovalencia and public transport Valencia.
Travel tip: If you are with three or more people and you need to travel to and from the airport once, then the “Fare Valencia” option is also known as Bonometro ABCD our recommendation. The ticket costs 22 euros, the price for a single journey is € 3.66 (3 people), € 2.75 (4 people) or € 2.20 (5 people). This option is much cheaper than a single ticket worth € 4.90. You just have to keep your card for the return trip to Valencia Airport 🙂 Sightseeing and public transport? Buy the Valencia Tourist Card!
Public transportation – Bus (Valencia)
Another travel option that you have is the bus, this is cheaper than the metro. Bus line 150 (Fernanbús) runs from Valencia Airport via the places Manises, Quart de Poblet and Mislata to Valencia. A single ticket costs € 1.45, seniors from 65 years only have to pay € 1.00. Tickets are available from the bus driver. The bus runs on average every 30 minutes to and from the airport, but not on Sundays and public holidays. Travel time between the airport and Mercat Central (bus stop Avenida Barón de Carcer 26) in the center of Valencia is 40 minutes. The bus station of Valencia Airport is opposite the arrival hall, between the terminal and parking garage P1.