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Valencia - Joaquín Sorolla Train station

On the shores of the Mediterranean, Valencia enjoys a pleasant and sunny climate for most of the year, making it an ideal city to visit at any time of year. OUIGO's low-cost trains take you to Valencia's Joaquín Sorolla station at high speed and low cost. 


With OUIGO's cheap train tickets, you can come and go as often as you like. The capital of the Valencian Community brings together everything you could ask of a place: leisure, culture and shopping, good food, some of the best beaches on the Mediterranean coast, natural surroundings and lots of fun. 


The city perfectly combines the innovation and modernity of the City of Arts and Sciences with the customs and history of the Carmen district and the old town. Come to Valencia with your family, friends or whoever you want. Join OUIGO's new way of travelling. Long distances have never been so close and within everyone's reach. 


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Address and opening hours for Valencia - Joaquín Sorolla train station



C/San Vicente Martir, 171 - 46007 Valencia


Monday to Saturday from 5:45am to 12am.

Sunday from 6:45am to 12am

Lugagge storage: every day from 5:30am to 11pm

Public holiday timetables

Monday to Saturday from 5:45am to 12am.


Sunday from 6:45am to 12pm


Getting to Valencia - Joaquín Sorolla railway station


Valencia's Joaquín Sorolla station is one of the city's most important stations, as well as the destination for long-distance trains from Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante. 

Located in the centre of the capital, it is very well connected and can be reached by metro, city and intercity buses, taxis or private car. 

From Valencia's Joaquín Sorolla train station you can easily reach the city's main areas, including the port, the airport, the Palacio de Congresos and the Fira de Valencia. 


Valencia - Joaquín Sorolla train station services


The Joaquín Sorolla train station offers all the services a traveller may need. It has a tourist office open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 6pm. 

You can use the left-luggage service, open from 7am to 10pm, or the luggage trolleys. There are also restaurants, cafeterias and a cash machine. The station has a car park and a car rental service. There is also a taxi rank and if you prefer the bus service, there is a bus stop and it is very close to two metro stations: Joaquín Sorolla, 350 metres away, and Bailén, 600 metres away. 


Nearby Highlights 

Valencia - Joaquín Sorolla station is located close to some of the enclaves of the well-known Sorolla Route, a route that takes you to twenty-nine places in the city related to the famous Valencian painter after whom the train station is named, such as the Crafts School and the Valencia Bullring. 

Less than half an hour's walk away or less if you opt for public transport, you can visit the Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas and the National Museum of Ceramics. You'll also walk past the city's magnificent town hall building. 



Valencia's Joaquín Sorolla station is very close to the Ruzafa neighbourhood. This former Moorish village is now the city's trendiest neighbourhood and has a lively nightlife. In its streets you will find art galleries, bookshops-cafés, craft breweries, local artists' and designers' shops, etc. If you stroll through this neighbourhood, you can sample Japanese skewers, Mexican tacos or even eat at a single-table restaurant.