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Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station information & facilities

Distance from Valencia Joaquín Sorolla to city center
Distance from Valencia Joaquín Sorolla to city center
1.2 miles (2 km)
Ticket Office Hours
Ticket Office Hours
Mon - Sat: 05: 45 - 23: 59 | Sun: 06: 45 - 23: 59
How to get to this station?
How to get to this station?
Bus lines: 9, 10, 27, 89, 90, free shuttle to Nord Station
Metro lines: 3 and 5
Train lines: AVE, Alvia, Euromed, Intercity
Nearest Airport
Nearest Airport
Valencia Airport
6 miles
How to get to nearest airport?
How to get to nearest airport?
The airport can be reached by public transit in about 42 minutes via the Line 3 or Line 5 metro trains or in about 44 minutes via the Line 150 bus.
Amenities at station
ATM
ATM
Located at various points in the station.
Taxi
Taxi
Lockers
Lockers
Open daily from 07: 00 to 22: 00.
Dining
Dining
Coffee Coffee | The Pause – Lavazza | Mon Orxata | McDonald’s
Car Rentals
Car Rentals
SIXT | Avis/Budget | Alamo/Enterprise/National | Europcar
Information Desk
Information Desk
Located on the ground floor of the main concourse.
Accessibility
Accessibility
The station is fully accessible, including wheelchair parking, adapted elevators, adapted platforms.
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Travel from Valencia city centre to Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station

Valencia is the third major city of Spain. It’s located on the Mediterranean, on the east coast of the country. Valencia is known for its warm weather and good food. One of its most iconic landmarks is the famed Calatrava’s modern City of Arts and Sciences. One of the main train stations in Valencia is the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station.

The station is directly south of the Old Centre of Valencia. It primarily operates high-speed trains to Madrid and Seville. However, there are also routes operated by Renfe to other Spanish cities such as Barcelona and Gijón. The Ciutat Vella (Old City) is considered to be the city centre of Valencia. To get from the Old City Centre to the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station there are multiple public transit routes depending on the part of the city you’re at. The Jesus metro stop is near the train station and has lines 1, 2 and 7 transiting through it.

How far is it from Valencia city centre to Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station?

The Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station is located more or less 1 mile (1.6 km) south of the Old City centre of Valencia. A lot of the historic centre of Valencia is limited to pedestrians, so you will have to make your way south to Xàtiva Street, one of the main roads which encircles the Ciutat Vella. From here it’s possible to take a bus or a car to the station. Start heading south along Alacant Street, passing the other train station Estació del Nord, paralleling the railroad tracks. To get to the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station entrance, continue until you reach a roundabout. Here you’re going to take your first exit onto Paso Elevado de Giorgeta. Continue on this road as it circles over the tracks to the entrance of the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station off Sant Vicent Màrtir Street.

What is the best way to get to Valencia train station from Valencia Joaquín Sorolla city centre?

The best way to travel from the Valencia city centre to the Valencia train station is most likely by public transport. Depending on which part of the Ciutat Vella you find yourself in, you can hop on a bus or the metro. Considering you’re starting off near the central Plaça de la Reina square, walk along Carrer de la Pau out the southeast corner of the square. Turn right a few streets over on Carrer del Bonaire. You’re going to head south on this street until it ends and you have to take a left on Carrer de Don Juan de Austria. It will immediately open up to the Pinazos Square where you’ll find the Colón Metro station. Take the Orange 7 Line towards Torrent Avinguda. Two stops down you will get off at the Jesús stop that’s just a block from the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station.

Where is the airport in Valencia and how to get there?

The Valencia Manises Airport (VLC) is the main airport serving the city of Valencia. The airport is about 6 miles (9.8 km) northwest of the centre of Valencia. The drive can take about 26min depending on if there’s traffic. Nonetheless, the Valencia Metro reaches the airport and there are two lines, 3 and 5, that connect it with the city centre.

How accessible is Valencia train station for those with limited mobility?

Planning for a trip by train to Valencia as a passenger with reduced mobility does not need to be stressful. The Spanish railway company is constantly working towards achieving barrier-free trains and stations. The entire station is at street level with accessible crosswalks to get to the sidewalk. The entrances are wheelchair accessible and the train hall is as well. Inside, the ground is equipped with guide strips for travellers with impaired vision.

It’s possible to get information about the train station in Valencia and its services, from the customer services desks. Here it’s also possible to request special assistance if you need help getting around the station, as well as making it to your train time in Valencia and getting off trains. Passengers with reduced mobility transiting through the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla train station also are ensured a wheelchair accessible toilet and accessible ticket counters. Lifts are not required at the station since both the train hall and the train platforms are located on the ground level.

Travel from Valencia city centre to Valencia train station: market in old town Valencia

Valencia Train Station. Source: Shutterstock

Night trains to/from Valencia Joaquín Sorolla

There currently aren’t any night trains available departing from or arriving at the Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station. The options for night trains would be stopping over in Barcelona or Madrid and continuing on an overnight route to Paris, for instance.

Traveling by train in Valencia : Sustainable journey

The Renfe, the Spanish national railway company is constantly working towards improving the sustainability of its products and solutions. Their current environmental policy is focused on reducing, and possibly eliminating, any negative environmental impact cause by their systems. One of the ways of reaching this goal is by reducing their use of resources.

Local tips: Valencia train station points of interest

The Valencia Joaquín Sorolla is one of the two main stations serving this city of Spain. This station operates various routes throughout Spain on both regional lines and high-speed trains. Some of these destinations are Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Gijón. The Valencia Joaquín Sorolla station is south of the city centre of Valencia, just on the outskirts of the central area. It is possible to walk to the city centre from there in about 23min, especially since the city is known for its warm weather. Head north to visit some of the top destinations the city of Valencia is known for. The Ciutat Vella is the central Old City area where you’ll find the historic area of Valencia. Here you can visit the public Central Market of Valencia or the Gothic-styled Valencia Cathedral.

  • Take a field trip to Calatrava’s iconic City of Arts and Sciences
  • Stroll around the Carmen neighbourhood to see the palaces
  • Have fun with your kids at the large L’Oceanogràfic Aquarium
  • Indulge on some traditional paella
  • Enjoy a sunny day at the beach

What to do in Valencia

The beautiful city of Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, known for its mild weather and great food. On the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, Valencia is a popular destination, especially during the summer months. During your time there, one of the popular attractions or sights to see is exploring the Carmen neighbourhood in the historic old city centre. It’s a maze of thousand-year old cobblestone streets where you’ll see frescoes, medieval buildings and palaces.

Within the Old City of Valencia, you can also visit The Central Market of Valencia as well as La Lonja de Seda. This last spot is a Gothic merchant’s exchange of the 15th century. Seeing the Valencia Cathedral is also a must while you’re in the city. Another top thing to do during your time in Valencia is trying some of their traditional dishes. Their most famous dish suiting all taste buds is paella, yellow rice mixed with meat, vegetables or seafood. Don't miss out on trying the incredible Mediterranean gastronomy to complete your experience. For more information, you can check Omio The Window Seat.

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