Entry requirements to Spain

  • Enter via an authorized border-crossing point.

  • Present proof of identity and a valid travel document.

  • Present the corresponding visa if required, according to nationality.

  • Provide evidence of meeting the conditions for the proposed stay and of possessing sufficient financial resources.

  • Not be subject to a ban on entering Spain.

Easy access to Valencia!

Valencia is ideally located in the East of Spain with great connections from Madrid by train or a lot of Europe cities by airplane.

Valencia Airport is the eighth airport in Spain in terms of air traffic and passengers, a circumstance largely determined by the large number of low-cost flights to and from the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe. Most of the passengers arriving at Manises Airport come from within Spain, the rest coming from England, Germany, Italy and France.

Also you have a lot of transport ways to move in the city such as buses, metro, taxi, rental cars and bicycles.

Transportation from the airport

Valencia Airport is It is located 9 kilometres from city centre. There are different forms to go to the city:

Bus L150

This transport makes its first journey at 06.00 and until 22.00 approximately every 20 minutes

Metro: L3 and L5

Both lines take you into the city


On the other side of the arrivals hall at Valencia airport is the taxi stop where you can take a taxi to take you to your destination. Taxis only carry 4 pax per car

Transportation in Valencia

The extensive network of buses, metro and tramway of the T.C.L. (Transports en Commun Lyonnais) enables rapid and easy transport from one place to another in the city and its suburbs.

  • 10 metro lines / 3 tramway lines / 99 bus lines and 12.

  • 276 Bike rental stations.