Considered as one of the most beautiful stations in Europe, the Valencia del Nord train station (Estacio del Nord in Spanish) is set in an elegant palatial edifice, located in the very city center close to the famous Plaza de Toros. Opened in the middle of the 19th century, the station's building is a nice example of the Valencian Art Nouveau. Nowadays, Estacio del Nord is the main rail station in the city which uses such train services as the high-speed Talgo trains and the majority of regional railways "Cercanias Valencia", while the high-speed AVE trains from Madrid use another Valencia station, the Joaquin Sorolla train station, located within a 10-minute walk.
Video Guide of the Estacio del Nord Train Station
Boasting a central location, the Valencia-Nord station is a gateway to the major Valencia attractions. Take a sneak peek inside the Estacio del Nord station to see the fancy decorations, and how the halls and platforms look like.
Getting Around the Valencia Estacio del Nord
What amenities to find at the Valencia-Nord station?
This station provides all the necessary amenities you may need for a comfortable and worry-free experience. While at the Valencia train station, you may find tourist information points, luggage storage, ATMs, phone cabins, lost and found points, an outside car parking, WCs, a variety of shops and cafes. Unfortunately, WiFi connection is not available at the Nord railway station.
Can I get to the Estacio del Nord by public transport?
This Valencia, Spain train station is easily connected by the metro. You can use lines 3 and 5 (station Xativa) to get to the Valencia-Nord station. However, the Valencia metro has no underground passages to get to the rail station directly, so you'll need to get out on the street to walk into the main station entrance. You may also reach the Valencia del Nord by bus.
How can I get from the Valencia-Nord train station to the Valencia airport?
There are several ways to get to Valencia airport. You can catch an aero-bus, running from the Valencia-Nord station to the airport every 20 minutes. Another option is going by metro as lines 3 and 5 terminate right in the airport. But remember that to get to the Valencia airport by metro, you need a separate ticket covering this zone.