Valencia train station transfer connects you to the beautiful city of Valencia.
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and the largest port on the Mediterranean Western coast. Valencia stands on the banks of the Turia River, located on the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the western part of the Mediterranean Sea, fronting the Gulf of Valencia.
It is a mix of some very modern buildings and beautiful old architecture. Major monuments include Valencia Cathedral, the Torres de Serrans, the Llotja de la Seda which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.
Valencia is famous for its gastronomic culture. The paella , a simmered rice dish with meat usually chicken or rabbit or seafood was born in Valencia. Other traditional dishes of Valencian gastronomy includes fideuà, arròs a banda, arròs negre (black rice), fartons, bunyols, the Spanish omelette, pinchos or tapas and calamares(squid).
Every year, the five days and nights from March 15 to March 19, called Falles, are a continual festival in Valencia, beginning on March 1, the popular pyrotechnic events called mascletàes start every day at 2:00 pm. The Falles (Fallas in Spanish) is an enduring tradition in Valencia and other towns in the Valencian Communit
Once you arrive on your Valencia train station transfer a must is a visit to the City of Arts & Sciences .This is a new, futuristic set of buildings that is the largest leisure and cultural complex in Europe.
A world renowned architect from Valencia, Santiago Calatrava, produced the buildings. The six massive, contemporary buildings are located in 2 miles of the old river bed. They include the Museum of Science and Technology; a covered garden promenade with spectacular views of the entire complex; the Hemisphere whose design resembles a human eye and is used for presentations on a giant screen; the Palace of Arts; a Sports Arena; and the Oceanografic which is the largest marine park in Europe.
For your Valencia train station transfer once you leave the train, proceed to the arrivals hall, where your uniformed driver will be waiting to transfer you to your chosen destination in Valencia City.
I used this service after researching reviews on the internet and have to admit the service was first class. I flew into Alicante late at night and Beniconnect was there as promised. On the website there are numerous options you can choose from. I chose the cheapest for my family and I. The mode of transport was a small 15 seater bus with air con and WiFi. Beniconnect were a lot cheaper than paying for transfers via the flight company or the holiday company I booked with. I booked online and when the confirmation email came, attached was a booking reference number with clear instructions on how to find their desk. On arrival, an helpful lady was waiting at the desk and allocated us our bus. We waited for about 10 minuets, the driver loaded the bags in the back and then we were on our way, taken straight to our hotel, which luckily for us was one of the scheduled drop off points. The return to the airport couldn’t have been simpler. Again, I was on a late flight. I received an email 24 hours before giving me instructions on when the bus was arriving and that I should be at the pick up point 10 minutes before the scheduled time. Beniconnect even sent an email to the hotel who pinned it up on their departure board. On the return, I literally fell out of the hotel and on to the bus. Again, air con and WiFi to keeps the kids occupied. One hour later we arrived at the airport right in front of the departure lounge. If you’re going to Benidorm, I can’t stress enough how professional these guys are in getting to the town.
I have used this service twice already and will definitely use again in the future. Will not hesitate to recommend. Drivers are very helpful and friendly, helped me with my luggage. I had to wait a bit on my arrival at the airport for other passengers from their flights but overall the travel (from arriving to the bus stop at the airport to the destination in Calpe) took just about 15 minutes longer than by taxi at a fraction of taxi price. On the way from Calpe to the airport it was about the same time as taxi. Oh, and wi-fi is available on board.
With two teenage children, a silly o’clock in the morning flight and a bundle of luggage, we didn’t fancy buses, trains and more buses to get to our holiday flat in Denia from Alicante airport so I prebooked a taxi from Beniconnect. It wasn’t cheap, 125€, but we got a spacious air conditioned vehicle with a very courteous and friendly driver Enrique who took us quickly and safely to our destination.
Booked an accessible vehicle to take us to and from our hotel, as my wife uses an electric wheelchair. The drivers we had were both really nice and helpful. Made sure the lady was safe and comfortable. They also put English music on the radio via a USB stick. Would definitely recommend.
A private transfer for 7 people and it went so smoothly in both directions. Beniconnect will be the first compant I go to next year for the same booking.