How to get here?

Arrive to Oceanogràfic.

Is simple thanks to the indications along the city. Besides, we have a parking where deposit your vehicle, parking of bicycles, and a buses network that connect us with distinct points of Valencia.

Find the Oceanogràfic at Carrer d’Eduardo Primo Yúfera 1, València, 46013.

You can get to Valencia by land, sea, and air. The city has two train stations, the seaport, and Valencia airport.
Joaquín Sorolla train station (AVE)

Only 1 kilometre from Valencia city centre, there’s a high-speed railway station with AVE trains to Madrid, Cuenca, Sevilla, and Cordoba.

Long-distance trains, such as Alvia and Euromed, also operate between Valencia, Barcelona, and other cities.

To get from Joaquín Sorolla train station to the city centre in Valencia, you can use the following transportation options:

— MetroValencia, lines 1 and 5

— Free bus to city centre and taxi stands.

— Bus 64

Estación del Norte (for cercanías train services)

Located in the heart of Valencia, it runs all over the cercanías network.

To get around the city, you can use:

To get from Joaquín Sorolla train station to the city centre in Valencia, you can use the following transportation options:

— MetroValencia, lines 3 and 5

— Bus services: 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 32, 35, 40, 63, 70, 71, 73 and 81

— Taxi stands.


To get to Valencia by car, there is a road network linking the city to other cities in Spain:

— From the AP-7, which travels along the Spanish Levante coast and connects Valencia, Barcelona, and Alicante in a north-south direction.

— The road A-3 goes towards the centre of the peninsula and goes to Madrid from Valencia airport.

Valencia Airport

Located in Manises, just 8 kilometres from Valencia centre. There are domestic flights every day to locations such as Palma de Mallorca, Madrid, and Sevilla, as well as popular international destinations including Italy, France, and Germany.

To reach the centre of Valencia from the airport, you can use:

— MetroValencia, lines 3 and 5

— Bus service: 150

— Taxi, approximately €20 each way

Port of Valencia

It is one of the most important in the Mediterranean. It is 5.5km away from the city centre. It links Valencia by boat with the Balearic Islands and Italy. It’s a famous destination for cruise ships stop at the Poniente pier to visit the city for a short visit.

Ferries go to Ibiza, Mahón, and Palma de Mallorca.

To travel from Valencia port to the city centre, you can use:

— Taxi stands.

— Bus services: 4, 30 and 95

Cruise port

Located 6 km from Valencia city centre. There is a shuttle from the port to take passengers to the Terminal.

To travel from the cruise port to the city centre, you can use:

— Bus services: 4, 30 and 95

— Taxi stands.


Valencia has a large network of bicycle hire stations, making the option to pedal through the river park from any point in the city a pleasant experience.


The regular EMT line stops at the doors of Oceanogràfic. Bus numbers 95 and 15 will connect you with different points of the city.


The closest metro station is Oceanogràfic, on Metrovalencia line 10.

Oceanogràfic Station

If you decide to come with your own vehicle, these are the coordinates to enter into your GPS: 39º 27′ 9” N, 0º 20′ 53” W.

With Oceanogràfic ticket

If you show your Oceanogràfic ticket, you can benefit from a “flat rate” from €7 for the day.

Please present your Oceanogràfic ticket at either the shops or car park control centre to get the flat rate.

Parking spaces cannot be reserved

Without Oceanogràfic ticket

The cost of parking is €2.30 per hour and is capped at €24 per day.

Parking spaces cannot be reserved