Transportation in Valencia

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  • Enid P
    Brighton, UK8 contributions
    Not spoiling the surprise - a real treat - we thought the station at Porto was amazing but wait and see
    Written 4 May 2022
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  • Jydeoo
    Lagos, Nigeria2,202 contributions
    After understanding the ticketing, I really enjoyed my ride on the metro straight from the airport to the city centre. It is a very convenient way to get around Valencia easily, especially if you don't have loads of luggage to tote around. Not all stations are step free.
    Written 3 May 2020
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  • June A
    Surrey, UK2,382 contributions
    A little outside the main town, the bus station is convenient for several metro stations with busses to various other Spanish cities and other European destinations. There is a small coffee shop with lockers, information desk and toilets.
    Written 30 January 2021
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  • 570Stavros123
    Leeds, UK6 contributions
    Excellent service. Would highly recommend. They text when they are at the airport and outside your accommodation on return.
    Written 18 May 2022
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  • Alan B
    2 contributions
    Pick up went very smoothly. Driver was waiting for us after we picked up our bags. He was excellent and gave us good information in the city and attractions to visit
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • Lucian R
    1 contribution
    We used Direct Taxi Valencia for a transfer from Valencia to Castellon Airport (CDT) and we had a great experience at the best price on the market.
    The car was clean, the driver polite and in time as booked.
    Great service. Thank you!
    Written 26 February 2022
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  • Chris B.
    Barcelona, Spain2 contributions
    We booked for 3 people. Definitely is a moment to escape of so much crowd and at the same time was very funny. The next time we return we sure repeat.
    Written 11 July 2019
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  • K.O.
    1 contribution
    The cab was exactly at the right time and the right place. Really appreciate it because it's kind of a big trouble to reach to the airport at the early morning hours.
    Booking and payment were also just piece of cake, everything was quite straight-forward and easy.
    Written 10 April 2022
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  • Alex
    3 contributions
    Booked a transfer from Alicante to Valencia, was very satisfied with service provided. Definately will use Carlusa again for next visit.
    Written 19 April 2019
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  • Rick K
    Valencia, Spain6 contributions
    We were excited to do the tuk tuk trip with them, unfortunately they never showed up and never gave us any respond. Hope to get my money back asap.
    Written 25 July 2020
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  • kati516
    Province of Ciudad Real, Spain2 contributions
    A funny way to explore Valencia's beaches, rice fields, Mediterranean forests and the Natural Park of La Albufera. Our son loved it so much, he wanted to repeat the following day! For me, the best part, was eating a real paella while watching the sea!
    We already booked another trip from Gandia to Valencia in two days!
    Written 27 February 2020
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  • Žan T
    Ljubljana, Slovenia23 contributions
    I was inclined to give only 2 stars but I love the idea behind it so much, I couldn't bring myself to do that.
    First of i must say I'm an avid cyclist. I love everything from mountain biking to getting around town on a raggedy old-school bicycle I have at home. That's why I  was very happy to adopt the Valenbisi as the primary mode of transport during my week long stay in Valencia. We have a similar system in Ljubljana so i had an idea what to expect.
    The bikes were even better than I anticipated! The ones we have in Ljubljana don't have gears so that was a welcome surprise. Sure, they are heavy and a bit hard on your body, but that's the price to pay for their ruggedness. Most of them were in a good enough shape and we generally didn't have any problems with the bikes themselves.
    The stations are numerous and close enough.
    Sadly, that's where the positives end. The first problem is the price - over 13€ for a single week of use?! That could be acceptable if they didn't charge 1 extra € the minute you pass the 30 minute mark. After an hour it's 3€. That's a complete ripoff! For a city as big as Valencia and bikes as slow as Valenbisi is impossible to get anywhere and find the nearest station in 30 minutes. Again, the bikes themselves are not the problem, it's the ridiculous time limit. You need at least an hour to get across the city and not pedal like you're competing in la Vuelta, especially if you take into account the time spent looking for a station.
    The second big problem are the stations themselves. Sure, there's plenty of them, but too many times they are either completely empty (when you need to rent a bike) or completely full (when you need to return a bike). In Ljubljana we have employees that transport the bikes between stations and the price for the service  (Bicikelj) is 3 € for the whole year!
    Knowing what I know and having a previous experience with a similar service, I have to say it doesn't feel right. That being said, I'll still be using the Valenbisi the next time I'm in the beautiful Valencia.
    And one more thing: it wouldn't hurt to put some stations in the park itself to avoid climbing up and back down just to check the bikes in and out... or just simply make the bikes free for the whole hour!
    Written 2 September 2016
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