Valencia has two train stations that are quite close, with different routes: Joaquín Sorolla Station and Valencia North Train Station. Joaquín Sorolla Station has the following long-distance routes: Madrid, Barcelona, Alicante, Castellón and Albacete. All other long-distance, middle-distance and suburban routes leave from Valencia North Train Station. The distance between the two stations can be covered on foot in 10 minutes or by an exclusive Renfe bus, which is free when you show your train ticket. Both stations are located in the middle of the city. For information on destinations and timetables, click on this link.
From both stations, you can take a taxi, a bus or the underground.
Taxi. For information on Valencia's taxi companies, click on the following link:
City bus. From Joaquín Sorolla Station, you can take bus number 9 to go to Universitat Politècnica de València. The stop is on San Vicente Mártir Street. From the North Train Station, you can take number 40. The stop is on Alicante Street. Click on this link for the routes of buses 9 and 40, as well as for other alternatives.
Underground. Next to Joaquín Sorolla Station, you have the underground station of the same name. You must take line 5 (heading to Marítim-Serreria or Neptú), get off at the fourth stop (Alameda), switch to line 3 (heading to Rafelbunyol), get off at the second stop (Benimaclet) and switch to line 4 (heading to Doctor Lluch). The second stop leaves you in front of the university.
From the North Train Station, the journey is shorter, since you need a switch less. In front of the North Train Station, you can find an underground station (Xàtiva). You must take line 3 (heading to Rafelbunyol), get off at the fourth stop (Benimaclet) and switch to line 4 (heading to Doctor Lluch). Get off at the second stop and you are already at the UPV. You can obtain detailed information about stops, timetables and fares on: