NH Ciudad de Valencia

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avenida del Puerto, 214, Valencia, Valencia Province, 46023, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Early morning services to Valencia Airport.

by Deiseman62

What is the best way to get to Valencia Airport from the city at 5.00 in the morning? Is there any bus service at this time of the morning or is booking a taxi the best option?

Re: Early morning services to Valencia Airport.

by mccalpin

The airport's website is always a good place to start with this kind of question...look at http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite?Language=EN_GB&MO=1&SMO=1&SiteName=VLC&c=Page&cid=1048790574480&p=1048790574465&pagename=subHome
You will see that the bus starts running at 05:25...however, I didn't check to see which way that is running, so you should click on the link and see.

Then look at the Metro section at the airport's website - http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite?Language=EN_GB&MO=1&SMO=1&SiteName=VLC&c=Page&cid=1176460605534&p=1048790574465&pagename=subHome
When you go to the Metro site and look for a solution, I see that there is a Metro like this that is early:
05:01 Departure Àngel Guimerà
05:20 Arrive Aeroport

"Àngel Guimerà" looks like a stop in the city center, so the Metro may work out for you...NOTE: I looked for tomorrow morning...if you are riding on a Saturday or especially a Sunday, double check the times to make sure that the service isn't reduced. Of course, other Metro stops may work out for you better...

Of course, taxis in every European city are always available for this kind of run...IF you reserve them the evening before - i.e., don't wake up and go to the front desk and want a taxi on the double - he might have to come from across town...European hotels are very accustomed to reserved early morning taxis for guests...

Bill

Re: Early morning services to Valencia Airport.

by Deiseman62

Thanks, I'll check the metro again. I didn't think the trains started as early as 5.20.

Re: Early morning services to Valencia Airport.

by Tricky_Dicky69

Hi, we git a taxi to and from the airport and I seem to remember that it wasn't that far and was reasonably priced. I guess it also depends how many there are of you.

Travel Tips for Valencia

Valencia isnt a big city,...

by DPando

Valencia isnt a big city, but its very interesting for their past and their present

Valencia was for a long time a muslim city(until XIII century that converts to christianism by King of Aragon and Catalonian (Jaume I). For this reason a lot of builds and typical constructions or towers remains an arabian style (like 'Torres de Serrano').

In 3 or 4 days you can walk around the city, also you can take the bus or the metro, but it's easy known all the city on walk.

Its very beautifull the 'Carmen' suburb the oldest part of Valencia, but its little bit 'dangerous'

narrow streets

by DanielF

For the most part, the old city district has preserved the Medieval urban grid of winding narrow streets that provide shadow and shelter from the heat of the torrid Valencian Summers, as well as interesting perspectives for photography.

Feast of Saint Vincent Martyr

by DanielF

Saint Vincent Martyr, born in Valence in the time of the Romans, is the patron of the city of Valence. He is also the patron of taylors.

His festivity is held on 22 January. On that day there are parades that commemorate the martyrium he suffered when he converted to Christianism.

On that very day, Valencians also commemorate the baptism of Saint Vincent Ferrer, another Valence born Saint, who had a great devotion or Saint Vincent Martyr himself. The parade ends with a flower offer at his brith house.

With so much devotion for the Saint Vincents, it is not hard to understand that probably at least one in three male Valencians is called Vicente.

People taking part in the procession are dressed in the traditional Valencian costumes and play traditional instruments, like the dolçaina. Many children are also dressed in monks outfit and other Medieval characters depicting the scene of the baptism of Saint Vincent.

The morning will end with a mascletà. It could not be otherwise in Valence. And then ready are they for an opiparous family lunch.

Agua de Valencia

by funkaddict

When you are in Valencia you have to drink "agua de valencia", which is alchaholic drink that is mixed with fresh orange juice, champagne, and other liquors. It is great because it is very refreshing. Valencia is known as the place with the best oranges, so imagine how good it is. Usually the best place to drink it is in "el carmen". There are alot of bars that serve it there. One in particular I enjoyed is El Negrito, which is in plaza del negrito. When we went we drank it in the outside tables. It has a fountain, you can do alot of people watching, and enjoy the great breeze. Another place I drank it was in the plaza de la virgen, where the cathedral is. There is a couple of places there that serve it that have a great view in the plaza. It might be expensive for a pitcher like 12-14 euros . the reason they charge so much is because they have to squeeze the oranges by hand.

Great Bar with Great Prices

by soupd about Beer Bar

If youre out and about in Valencia, try Bar Beer, in calle salamanca. A real Spanish bar, with a big tv for spanish footy, and a football table.i love it. really friendly, really cheap, and busy.
Great pints, cheap bottles of heineken, and fantastic jugs of 'agua de valencia' for €5!
well worth a visit for a few drinks.
this aint a fancy knobjockey bar, its a real spanish local for young spaniards and footy fans.
brill. none. although you may be looked at a bit strange if you turn up in a whistle.

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Address: Avenida del Puerto, 214, Valencia, Valencia Province, 46023, Spain