Madrid International Airport (Adolfo Suárez-Barajas). There are regular flights from Madrid to Valencia and they can be very cheap if booked in advance. The flight time is 1 hour. The high-speed AVE train from Atocha station takes you to Valencia Joaquin Sorolla station. The journey takes 1 hour and 40 minutes, trains run daily and costs about 80 euros. The train called “Alaris” departs from Chamartin station and takes you to Valencia Estació del Nord, takes about 4 hours and costs about 45 euros.
Barcelona International Airport (El Prat) is also served by many flights from most European cities including low-cost airlines. A direct train can be taken from the airport to the train station (Sans). From there, an Euromed train can be taken to Valencia (~70 €, 3 hours trip)
Alicante International Airport is also served by many flights from most European cities, including low cost airlines such as Bmibaby or Easyjet. A taxi from Alicante Airport to the train station costs ~20 € and there an Euromed or an AVE train can be taken to Valencia (~ 40 €, ~ 2 hours trip)
Valencia International Airport is served by low-cost airlines from most European cities. The travel from Valencia airport to the city center takes ~ 20 min by taxi (~ 25€). There is also an Aero-bus (tickets: 2.50 €) and a direct underground line connection to the city center. The metro station is at the ground floor of the regional flights terminal (tickets: 1.70 €). The journey takes around 25 minutes.
Most intercontinental flights arrive at Alicante, Barcelona or Madrid in Spain and at many other major European cities
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