Valencia Airport (IATA abbreviation: VLC), also known as Manises Airport, is the 8th airport in Spain, and after that of Alicante the most important in the region. Travelers often use the airport for sun destinations, but for many people Valencia is also worth a city trip.
More than 4.5 million passengers used the Valencia 2014 airport. It is home to Air Nostrum and Ryanair. Transavia and Vueling fly from Amsterdam Airport to Valencia Airport. Since the summer of 2012, Transavia has also been flying from Eindhoven Airport to this Spanish destination.
Valencia airport has only one terminal.
From and to Valencia Airport by taxi
The taxi is a pleasant and safe way to travel from or to Valencia Airport. If you want certainty about the price on arrival or departure, a tidy driver, no hassle with paying in the taxi and you want to know for sure that a taxi is waiting for you, you can book a cheap taxi in advance via CheapTaxis. It is very pleasant if the driver is at the gate or the agreed meeting point in the airport on arrival to pack your bags.
Find the best price for your airport taxi here. However, there is an airport surcharge, which will be charged to the customer.
Other public transportation at Valencia airport
Metro lines 3 and 5 run every 8 minutes from Valencia airport to the city center. The Xàtiva stop is right next to the Estación del Norte train station. The journey takes approximately 20 minutes.
The Aero bus takes you directly to 3 stops in the center, of which Calle Angel Guimera is close to the center, and the Calle Bailen stop next to the Estación del Norte in downtown. The ride cost 2.5 Euros and runs every 20 minutes between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Bus 150 is a local bus that runs through Manises and Mislata to the Central Bus Station on Avenida Menendez Pidal 13, near the Túria River in the city center. This bus takes a little longer, but only costs a little more than a Euro. The bus runs from 5:25 am to midnight.
Carretera del Aeropuerto s / n
E-46940 Manises / Valencia