Valencia in the Top 10
Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2011
‘Valencia is well worth the journey’ Corriere della Sera Magazine
‘Valencia – The City of Light’ Swiss Magazine
‘On the fast track to becoming the city of cool’
‘Valencia is Spain’s best kept secret’
SAS Norge Magasine
Valencia in the Top 10 cities of the future
Valencia in “Future cities”
The Times
Financial Times
How to
get there
Longitude: 0º 22’ 33’’ O
Latitude: 39º 28’ 16’’ N
Altitude: 13 m
Surface Area: 137,5 km2
Valencia Airport
Information Service:
Tel. 34 961 598 500
Distance from airport to
city centre: 8 Km.
Valencia Port Authority
Muelle de la Aduana s/n
Telf. 34 96 393 95 00
Fax. 34 96 393 95 99
By Train
Joaquín Sorolla High Speed (AVE)
San Vicente Mártir, 171
The AVE high speed trains link Valencia with Madrid in a journey time
of 1 hour 30 minutes, Valencia with
Seville in under 4 hours, Valencia
with Cordoba in 3 hours and Valencia with Malaga in 4 hours. Additionally, the Alaris and Euromed (long
distance) trains link Valencia with
the main Spanish cities.
Commuter Station (Estación del
Xátiva, 24
Telephone: +34 902 32 03 20
By Bus
Valencia Bus Station
Menéndez Pidal, 11
Tel. 963 466 266
Opening Hours: daily, open 24
By Road
The AP-7 “Motorway of the
Mediterranean”, that crosses the
eastern Spanish coast from north
to south acts as the connection
point to the European Motorway
Network, as well as to the A-23
Sagunto - Somport and A-3 Madrid-Valencia motorways.Horario:
diario, 24 horas.
Valencia enjoys a gentle climate with over 300 days of sunshine
every year, an average temperature of 18,7ºC and more than 4,000
hours of light. Bathed in the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea,
the city has more than 20km of beaches, as well as 5 km² of green
spaces and a National Park, the Albufera, some 21,000 hectares in
The city has more then 2,315 restaurants which offer both tasty local
delicacies as well as delicious culinary creations, and more then
20,000 beds, ranging from tourist apartments to luxury hotels.
The capital of the River Turia is a city with 2,000 years of history
with the contrasting modernist architecture of emblematic buildings
such as the Central Market, the Mercado de Colon, the Estacion del
Norte Railway Station, the City of Arts and Sciences, among others.
Valencia is a city that surprises all those who visit it, due to the
contrasts and variety of its wide range of monumental buildings, its
fiestas and traditions and its unequalled lifestyle, all of which will
offer you a wide range of experiences.
A city that looks on to
the sea, a scenario of
the best leisure offering in the Marina and
on the beaches.
A Mediterranean
way of life, open,
hospitable, that is
lived out in the streets
and plazas, full of
Royal Marina
Virgin Square
A millenium city, to
re-live history and
travel in time.
An urban natural space,
where greens and blues blend
together, together with the
flora and fauna, and a diverse
offering of unique places to
relax, enjoy and learn.
Colon Market
La Albufera Nature Park
A professional and
international meeting
place, with top level
A capital that is fun,
dynamic and avant-guard,
where there is always
something going on and
lots to do.
Palau de les Arts
Feria Valencia
The night city
Virgin Square
Turia Gardens
All that you need to know about
filming in Valencia at:
Avda. Cortes Valencianas, 41 bajo
46015 Valencia · España
Tel: 34 963 390 390
Fax: 34 963 606 430
[email protected]