The North Railway Station is a modernist jewel of the city, with “Sezesión Vienesa” style, was built between 1906 and 1917 by Valencian architect Demetrio Ribes. On the front façane you can see the most typical elements of valencian culture: oranges, barracas (valencian traditional house), La Albufera (the lake), women dressed with traditional valencian dress… Inside, the decoration of the vestibule is beatiful, and then there is the iron nave over the rail roads.
From the Norte train station there are bus, tube (100 meters) and taxi. The RENFE has completed a network of cercanias that facilitates the peripheral routes. Euromed that the RENFE in the passage between Alicante serves and Barcelona with such trains AVE which they make the Madrid-Seville passage, turns a pleasure which until recently represented a punishment for the passengers of the coast of the Mediterranean. In addition, the trip from Madrid is made in comfortable trains, the Alaris, that reach in some sections the 200 kilometers per hour and have reduced to the passage to pains three hours and average.
The line of high speed (AVE) unite to the three Valencian capitals with Madrid and, of step, with the European network of these characteristics. Essential infrastructure for the economic development and the tourism of the Spanish Mediterranean.
Railway Address — Calle Xativa 24, Valencia 46007, Spain
Air Connections — Valencia Airport in Manises (see hotels) (IATA: VLC, ICAO: LEVC) is the main airport for business travellers to Valencia and summer travellers to the Costa del Azahar. It is situated 9km west of Valencia.