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Port of VALENCIA
The port of Valencia on the east of Spain serves all types of commercial and passenger traffic, connecting with Mediterranean ports and becoming an important port for the cruise industry. The passenger terminal provides services of all kinds, bars, cafés, an information center, comfortable waiting rooms, car parking, shops and bus connections.
The port of Valencia has a very ancient history, beginning at the fifteenth century when the Aragonese king Ferdinando II gave orders to build a wooden pier on the beach of Grao, a bridge called Pont de Fusta.
How to reach the port of Valencia
The port is connected to the national road network, take the V-30 that connects directly with the A7 which takes you directly to the port. The terminal can also be reached by train and the trains that connect Port Bou to Valencia also stop in Barcelona, or there are also direct connections from Saragoza or Madrid. The Valencia Nord station is connected to the port by metro line 5 to the Grau Canyamelar Station stop.
If you decide to go by bus, take line 3. At 11 kilometers from Valencia there is the international airport, connected by metro line 5 or line 3 towards Marina Reial Joan Carles I; the metro station is located on the ground floor of the arrivals area. Get off at the Grau Canyamelar Station stop, in Plaza Armada Española and from here you take bus number 95 to the port. From the airport there are also bus connections, which depart from Terminal 1 for arrivals, the number 150 brings you to the center.
Address: Moll de Ponent, 46024 València, Spain
Directions: Google Map @ Valencia, port