Valencia Tourist Bus

Valencia Tourist Bus

If you are only here for a few days, the best way to get to know Valencia is with the Valencia Tourist Bus. There are 3 routes –  Route A is the Historical Route, Route B is the Maritime Route and Route V is to the Albufera which is 12 kilometers from the center of town.

plazadellareinavalenciaYou don’t have to do it all in one go. You can jump off whenever you feel like it and then resume your journey when you’re ready.

touristbus (2)There are quite a few places where you can pick-up the bus and the most central is from Plaza de La Reina (see photo above).

The climate is great (it rarely rains in Valencia) so if you want to take some photos to remind you of your trip,  take them from the open top of this lovely red double-decker bus.

Valencia Tourist Bus Routes

You can buy tickets online (see website for prices and special rates and maps of routes which are only available if you select Spanish language).

With the 24- or 48-hour tickets you can get on and off the bus and change route as many times as you like. (See Valencia Tours)

Route A  Historical

The bus leaves from the Old Quarter of Valencia and transports you around the city and shows you how the city has developed to the present day.

Route B Maritime

The maritime route take s you to the Juan Carlos I Royal Marina, the City of Arts and Sciences and the beach.

Route V Albufera

albuferavalencianationalparkAlbufera Tourist Bus takes you to the Albufera Natural Park where you can enjoy a boat trip on the lake.

This tour includes an audio-guide that provides you with minute-by-minute information on where you are and what you see.

Valencia Town Center
Valencia Attractions
Turia Gardens & City of Arts and Sciences
Valencia Restaurants
Valencia Events

Valencia Tourist Offices

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Valencia City

Valencia Beaches

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