Metro in València
Underground / Subway / Metro / Tube
The underground transport system and tram are run by Metrovalencia, and consist of approximately 9 lines. Each ticket enables passengers to switch between metro, tram and bus lines as necessary. Some of the city’s metro stations, such as Alameda, are famous for their architecture, meanwhile Colón station boasts its own exhibition space. Bicycles may be taken aboard.
- Opening Hours. From 04.00am to 11.00pm on weekdays, and from 05.00am to 00.30am on weekends. Services run around every 10 minutes, though frequency varies according to line.
- Season Tickets. Locals generally use the rechargeable SUMA travel card to get around the city. The València Tourist Card is the best option for visitors. The personalised card offers unlimited journeys on public transport for 24 hours (15 euros), 48 hours (20 euros) or 72 hours(25 euros).
- Where can I buy them? The cards can be purchased from any Tourist Info point (Calle de la Paz, Town Hall, Joaquín Sorolla station and València airport), from authorised kiosks, or online (www.valenciatouristcard.com).
- A tip… Thanks to Near Field Communication (NFC) is now possible to wirelessly top up your journeys. Simply download the application from Google Play, hold your smartphone to the terminal and top up your journeys, instead of using your Móbilis card.
Acquire the VLC Tourist Card at one of our Tourist Info or at www.valenciatouristcard.com and enjoy free urban public transport with no travel limits. It also offers interesting discounts in museums, entertainment, shops, restaurants.