Valencia is located on Spain’s eastern coast, at the opening of the Turia River, right in the center of the Gulf of Valencia. Its geographical location makes Valencia an outstanding base to explore the rest of Spain. Savor in the city’s pleasing climate, stroll along its amazing sandy beaches, just fifteen minutes from the center of Valencia.

Valencia’s public transportation system is world class with more than 40 bus lines, including 12 that operate at night until 3:00 a.m.. The entire city is connected! In addition, there are 9 underground lines and a bicycle lane of more than 150 kilometers that runs throughout the city. Bus lines also serve all city beaches.

With direct flights to over 50 international cities, Valencia is a popular destination with domestic and foreign tourists. The distance between the Manises Airport and the Valencia Conference Center is 8.9 km.

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Valencia Airport (Manises Airport)
Valencia Airport, also known as Manises Airport, is the tenth-busiest Spanish airport in terms of passengers and second in the region after Alicante. It is situated 8 km west of the city of Valencia, in Manises. 

Traveling from Valencia Airport to City Center
By Metro: 
Metro lines 3 and 5: Approximate time to the city center: 20 minutes.
Metrobus Line 150: Approximate time to the city center: 45 minutes. Journey intervals every 30 minutes and 45 minutes Saturday. No service on holidays.

By Taxi: Approximate time to the city center: 15 minutes.

The Valencia Conference Center
The Valencia Conference Centre is located on the main road into the city. It is seven minutes from the Valencia-Manises international airport and eight minutes from the city center and the high-speed train station. It has excellent transport links to the rest of the city via metro, taxi, bus, bike and tram.  The Valencia Conference Center is a 2 minute walk (180 meters) from Sercotel Sorolla Palace and 9 minute walk (900 meters) from Eurostar’s Gran Valencia.

By Bus: The Valencia Conference Centre is linked to the city via the 62, 63, 99 and N3 bus routes.

By Metro Station: It has metro station ("Beniferri") and tram station ("Palau de Congressos") nearby which connect the venue to the airport and to the Joaquín Sorolla mainline train station: Metrovalencia lines 1, 2 and 4.

By Bicycle: There are over 150 kilometers of bike lanes throughout the city. For bike rental options, click here.

By Car: The Valencia Conference Centre is easy to reach by car, thanks to its location on Avda. Cortes Valencianas, one of the main roads into the city and the main northwest approach road.

Rates and Payment Options at The Valencia Conference Center:
Valencia Conference Center has a secure underground car parking facility. Credit Card and Cash are allowed.

Parking Rates:
Hour: 1,8 €
Full Day: 14,5 €

Public Transportation
In Valencia, public transportation is the most efficient way to see as much of the city in a limited time.

Valencia Tourist Card
The Valencia Tourist Card is the most convenient and affordable option for public transportation. It offers unlimited trips for 24, 48 or 72 hours. It will be activated on first use (for transport or at other establishments) and can be used as many times as you like on any bus, underground or tram line in the city, reducing the cost of your trips. So, you needn't worry about buying tickets. It is important to know that the bus travel cards are not valid for the underground system and vice versa. The only card that includes all travel cards (bus, underground and tram) is the Valencia Tourist Card. 

Travel tip: Download the EMT application, valid for iOS and Android. Includes bus, metro, tram and bike information. It allows you to know when the bus arrives at a stop, calculate routes and save favorites.

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