Visit Valencia official website to get more information about your trip. Main information:
At 8 km from the centre, the Valencia Airport has direct connections with 90 national and international airports. It has a Metro Station (lines 3 and 5), bus stop (line 150) or taxi rank (approx. €20 for the journey). If you need more information about the direct flights to Valencia or other connections, please check the Valencia official website and AENA website (the company that manages the airports in Spain).
High speed train connect Valencia with Madrid and other Spanish cities. There are three options to choose: AVE y AVLO (see more at www.renfe.com), Ouigo (www.ouigo.com/es/) , and Iryo (www.iryo.eu/es/home )
This station is 1 km from the centre. Has a near metro station (lines 1 and 5), free bus to the centre and taxi rank. Also, it has a bus-stop of 10 line and 93 line.
In the Centre: Metro (lines 3 and 5), bus (lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 32, 35, 40, 63, 70, 71, 73, 81) and taxi rank.
Valencia is well connected by road. The Mediterranean AP-7 motorway, which runs the whole length of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline from north to south, connects with the European motorway network, the A-23 Sagunto-Somport motorway and the A-3 Madrid-Valencia motorway.
To get to the SH Valencia Palace you have to go through Pg. de l'Albereda, one of the main avenues of the city, which can be accessed from the center.
Lines to get to the SH Valencia Palace: Aragon (L7), Alameda (L0, L3, L5, L7, L9), with connections to the airport and the Joaquín Sorolla train station.
Lines to get to the SH Valencia Palace: 10, 93, C2 and C3.