Unexpensive yet reliable airport transfer service, offering a
standard car with a certified driver. Free cancellation, 24/7
hotline and all-inclusive prices make it a good value for money.
It includes meet & greet service.
Price from: 25€
Pre-book your Sedan, van or minibus transfer and manage it on
their excellentt app. All bookings include tolls, tips and 20 mins
of waiting time. Options for pets and baby seats.
Price from: 30€
Airport transfers made easy: meet and greet, no delays, door to
door service and unlimited waiting time if your flight is delayed.
Tolls and gratuities included in the price.
Price from: 36€
Travel with peace of mind with Holiday Taxis: transfers from/to
Valencia airport covering all budgets and needs: from a Private
transfer to a Minivan. All their bookings are inclusive of 60
minutes waiting time.
Price from: 40€
American corporation with global operations and a reliable black
car service. It's more expensive than other options but expect a
superior car, a well-dressed and English speaking driver, etc. Use
the coupon "10RIDEGL" for 10% off on your booking!
Price from: 80€
All rides have a meet and greet and include 60 minutes of waiting
time at the airport, 15 minutes elsewhere. 24/7 customer service
and flexible bookings. Their prices are inclusive of tolls, tips
Price from: 80€
Hailing a cab from/to the Valencia airport costs at least 20€, and may have fees based on the time, bags and traffic. Book and pay in advance and travel with peace of mind.
Know how much the transfer will cost, pay in advance by credit card and forget of potential troubles with cash, unexpected fees or traffic jams.
All limousine service cover transfers between the Valencia Airport and any point in Valencia: hotels, offices, etc. Vincci Mercat? NH Collection? Alameda 41? All covered.
Booking your transfer in advance only brings peace of mind: no surge, assurance that a driver will be at the pick-up point at least 15 minutes before the established time, 24/7 English-speaking hotline and many other benefits no other service can match.
Taxis are safe but some may not speak English or accept credit cards. Also, on peak hours they may be hard to hail in the city center or the airport.
No, Uber stopped its operations in Valencia in 2019 due to a local law requiring customers to book at least 15 minutes in advance.
Cabify is the only ride-hailing company operating in Valencia, and Uber Eats is also available if you are craving for some food delivery.
It’s a ride-hailing app with a superior experience. Their service it’s great as drivers are well-dressed and drive clean sedans, usually have free water and wifi and the app is very easy to use. If you wanna give it a try, use the code “POLG1” on your first ride.
Formerly MyTaxi, it's an Uber-like app to hail taxis and manage the payments on the app. It has launched a new trip type called Lite which shows the maximum price you will pay for the ride.
Hailing a taxi in the street is completely safe, but they may not accept credit cards.
It’s better to not go to/from El Carmen by taxi: streets are narrow and packed, so sometimes walking is the fastest mode of transportation.
Valencia is the third biggest city in Spain with a population north of 800,000. Located in the Mediterranean coast, it receives hundreds of thousands of tourists from the UK, Netherlands and other colder countries. It is popular for its food culture (paella is a Valencian traiditional fish), its beaches, culture and history.