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Cheap flights to Valencia (Region)

The Valencian Community is a region located on the south-eastern coast of Spain. It is popular for its Mediterranean coastline and fun-filled nightlife. The region is divided into three main provinces. You can opt to explore both land and water adventures in Castellon, which is the second most mountainous province in Spain; or simply marvel at the top rated sites and attractions in Valencia, the capital city of the Valencian Region. Alicante is also a popular choice among tourists. Whenever you decide to go, these provinces will never fail to amaze you.

In Valencia, you should not miss the Valencia Catedral, one of the noteworthy landmarks built in the city. It was built over the mosque after the 1238 reconquest. The cathedral features mostly Gothic brick-vaulted triple nave with neoclassical side chapels. The highlight of the chapel would be the frescoes above the altarpiece, and a pair of Goyas in the Chapel of San Francisco de Borja in the Gothic Capilla del Santo Cáliz, which is claimed to be the Holy Grail, the same chalice Jesus sipped during the last supper. You can also opt to climb 207 steps going towards the Miguelete bell tower for you to see the panoramic view of the city.

You can also opt to stroll in Jardines del Turia, which is also a top choice among tourists. The Jardines del Turia stretches the length of Rio Turia’s fomer course of 9km, and is a fabulous mix of playing fields, cycling, jogging, walking paths, lawns, and playgrounds.

In Alicante, you can opt to visit the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Alicante. The museum boasts of an excellent collection of 20th century Spanish art that includes the works by Dali, Miro, Chillida, Sempere, Tapies, and Picasso.

How to get around within Valencia

From the airport to the city centre, you can opt to hail a bus to make the most of your journey. If you are coming from the Alicante Airport, you can reach the city centre by hailing the Bus n° C-6, which departs every 20 minutes going to the city centre, with travel time estimated at 20 minutes. The bus stops near the Alicante bus station at Plaza Puerta del Mar, near the Archaeological Museum. It also makes its stop next to the central market, also at Plaza Luceros, and then makes its way back to the airport near the train station.

If you are coming from the Valencia Airport, you can catch the Metrobus which goes to Plaza de España, departing every 25 minutes from the airport, with a travel time between 30 and 40 minutes. It goes directly to the city centre and links the airport to the main train station, the Estación del Norte.

How to get there

To get into the Valencia Region, you can fly into the region’s two busiest international airports. One of the busiest airports is the Alicante Airport, located approximately 11km from the city centre. Alicante Airport is served by a number of airlines such as Air Europa, American Airlines, easyJet, Iberia, Jetairfly, KLM, Monarch Airlines, Ryanair, and Thomson. The aforementioned airlines fly from destinations such as Madrid, Palma Mallorca, Belfast, Manchester, London, Geneva, Basel, Switzerland, Mulhouse, Moscow, Bilbao, Barcelona, Brussels, Amsterdam, Birmingham, Leicestershire, Memmingen, Liverpool, Dusseldorf, Bristol, Newcastle, and Glasgow.

You can also fly into the Valencia Airport in Valencia City, which is located approximately 9km from the city centre. Valencia Airport is served by a number of airlines such as Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air Euopa, Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines, Austrian, Blue Air, Iberia, Ryanair, SATA Internacional, Swiftair, SWISS, TAP Portugal, TAROM, and Thomas Cook Airlines. The aforementioned airlines fly from Paris, Frankfurt, Palma Mallorca, Rome, Madrid, Salzburg, Bucharest, Bilbao, Brussels, Lisbon, Zurich, and Birmingham. 

Flights to Valencia (Region)

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