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Valencia train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Valencia

RETURN FROM

£16

ONE-WAY FROM

£8

POPULAR STATION

Valencia Estació del Nord

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

Renfe
The cheapest return train ticket to Valencia is from Madrid, starting at £16. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Valencia is from Madrid, starting at £8. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Valencia Estació del Nord is one of the most popular stations in Valencia
Renfe, SNCF, and iryo also service this route

Valencia Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Valencia
Valencia CabanyalValencia, 39.469955, -0.334705
Valencia Sant IsidreValencia, 39.452625, -0.405917
Valencia GandiaValencia, 38.970254, -0.179952
Valencia Fuente San LuisValencia, 39.44145, -0.369933
Valencia Joaquín SorollaValencia, 39.460029, -0.381682
Valencia Estació del NordValencia, 39.465065, -0.377433

Book return train tickets to Valencia

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Valencia that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Renfe
20 Mar
20:29Castellón de la Plana
1h 16m
21:45Valencia Estació del Nord
24 Mar
14:00Valencia Estació del Nord
1h 16m
15:16Castellón de la Plana
Renfe
31 Mar
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
22 Apr
21:12Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 06m
23:18Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
11 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 04m
08:34Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
15 Apr
21:12Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 06m
23:18Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
1 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
22 Apr
21:12Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 06m
23:18Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
4 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
8 Apr
21:10Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 04m
23:14Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
4 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
8 Apr
21:10Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 04m
23:14Madrid Chamartín

Book one-way train tickets to Valencia

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Valencia found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
Renfe
7 May
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
12 Mar
12:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
14:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
19 Mar
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
4 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
19 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
7 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla

FAQs for booking trains to Valencia

How to get to the centre of Valencia from Valencia Railway Station?

The railway station in Valencia is called Joaquin Sorolla Station, named after the Spanish Impressionist painter who was born in Valencia. It is located in the city centre, not far from the Poblats Maritims or Port District. Find your cheap train tickets to Valencia through momondo and benefit from travelling by rail to Valencia and alighting right in the city centre – no need for shuttle buses or taxis from the airport – just get off Valencia trains and there you are, in the middle of town. All you need is a train ticket to Valencia. The station is near the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias – an architecturally stunning complex (designed by another local hero, Santiago Calatrava) set in wonderful gardens and housing galleries and exhibition spaces, scientific learning centres, an IMAX cinema and a huge aquarium. Valencia trains take you to within walking distance of the linear park that was created when the city of Valencia decided to re-route an entire river to bypass the city and were then able to convert the riverbed into public gardens. As soon as you get off a train to Valencia, you are plunged into the hustle and bustle of an almost perfect Mediterranean city, with a beach, a port, a thriving food market, and hundreds of independent cafés and restaurants, many of them serving the rice dishes that Valencia is so famous for – don’t forget there are many sorts of paella as well as the mysterious ‘black rice’ and the soupy ‘arroz a banda’ - make sure you sample as many as possible. Valencia also has plenty of public transport options including a subway system, trams, buses and local train networks.

Can you leave luggage at train stations in Valencia?

Travelling on your cheap train tickets to Valencia sourced through momondo? No doubt the first thing you want to do is to get off your train to Valencia and out into the sunshine in order to explore the city. Luckily there are luggage lockers at your disposal in the station to allow you to store your luggage and do just that. If you want to keep your luggage safe between Valencia trains or until check-in time where you are staying, luggage lockers are the perfect solution. They are available throughout the week and weekend but remember they are not available at night. They are inexpensive and come in three sizes to allow you to store even bulky items of luggage.

What services are available at the popular stations in Valencia?

Trains to Valencia arrive at Joaquin Sorolla station from all over Spain and beyond. The station is well-provided with an array of small shops and a dedicated area for refreshments including cafés, restaurants, fast-food outlets, and vending machines. There is also a travel agency, ATM, a car rental bureau, gift shops (including a shop specialising in food and drink from Valencia and its province), and of course newsagents and bookshops. Don’t forget to visit the Valencia Tourist Information Office before you leave the station to buy a VLC tourist card that will allow you to travel on local public transport and get discounts on entry to certain museums and other attractions.

Do I need identification to travel to Valencia by train?

Tourists and other visitors to Spain, as well as Spanish citizens themselves all need to carry identity documents by law. ID is taken to mean a passport or a national ID card. You can be asked to show your ID at any time and in theory certain officials could fine people who are not carrying ID. As you will need a passport anyway when you travel to Valencia by train from the UK, just remember to keep it on you while travelling by train to Valencia.

How much is a train ticket to Valencia?

The ticket price can vary depending on general demand and more importantly where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from a popular departure point like Madrid for instance, prices usually start around £15. Alicante and Barcelona are other options, with prices usually starting from around £23 and £37 respectively.

What is the main train station in Valencia?

The main station in Valencia is Valencia Estació del Nord. At Valencia Estació del Nord, you can find a number of trains offering service to other major cities. Madrid, Barcelona, and Castellón de la Plana are some of the major cities accessible by train from Valencia Estació del Nord.

What train companies go to Valencia?

Some of the options we’ve found for trains to Valencia are Renfe, SNCF, and iryo. Typically, your options for trains to Valencia will be determined by the route you take.

How far in advance should I book a train to Valencia?

Ride a one-way train to Valencia for £8 on average this week. For the next 3 months, we predict the price of tickets to Valencia to remain steady. We recommend booking when you can, as seats may be limited.

How far is the centre of Valencia from Valencia Estació del Nord, Valencia Joaquín Sorolla and Valencia Cabanyal stations?

If you are travelling from Valencia Estació del Nord station, Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station or Valencia Cabanyal station to the centre of Valencia, then the most direct route is 5.8 mi, 5.7 mi and 7.9 mi, respectively.

How far is Valencia Estació del Nord from Stadium Mestalla, Feria Valencia and Platja del Cabanyal?

You will need to travel 1.2 mi to get from Valencia Estació del Nord to Stadium Mestalla, 2.5 mi to get from Valencia Estació del Nord to Feria Valencia, and 2.9 mi to get from Valencia Estació del Nord to Platja del Cabanyal.


Popular train routes to Valencia

Most frequently searched train routes to Valencia, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Trains to Valencia from Madrid
Fastest travel time1h 49m
Cheapest price£15
Trains to Valencia from Alicante
Fastest travel time1h 43m
Cheapest price£23
Trains to Valencia from Barcelona
Fastest travel time3h 54m
Cheapest price£37
Trains to Valencia from Castellón de la Plana
Fastest travel time1h 13m
Cheapest price£54

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