150 apartments and studios for rent in Valencia
Magnificent 2-bedroom apartment, with a terrace, in Patraix
From 01 Aug 2023
2-Bedroom apartment in La Petxina
From 21 Jun 2023
2-Bedroom apartment near Universitat Politècnica de València
From 01 Jul 2023
Elegant 2-bedroom flat next to city of Arts and Science
From 01 Jul 2023
2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area
From 01 Jun 2023
From 01 Aug 2023
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Frequently asked questions about Valencia
How Public Transportation works in Valencia?
The public transport system consists of a network of buses, underground trains, and trams. It is easy to get around Valencia and the metro is both the fastest and the easiest. Ticket prices vary for a single journey. You can buy combination tickets that include all means of transportation. The Valencia Tourist Card is a good option for tourists.The public transport system consists of a network of buses, underground trains, and trams. It is easy to get around Valencia and the metro is both the fastest and the easiest. Ticket prices vary for a single journey. You can buy combination tickets that include all means of transportation. The Valencia Tourist Card is a good option for tourists.Learn more
Bucket list of things to do and see in Valencia
There are several cultural and tourist attractions here, including the Palau de les Artes (a huge concert venue), the city's science museum, Hemisferic (IMAX cinema – more on that below!), Umbracle (gardens) and Oceanografic (largest aquarium in Europe).Learn more
How do I apply for a visa to stay in Valencia?
Spain can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.Learn more
Where can I study or work remotely in Valencia?
If you're seeking for a spot where you can focus on anything for the whole of an afternoon away from all the distractions. In the city, there are several cafes that provide a relaxing and quiet environment for working and studying. Some even have special study spaces or free Wi-Fi.Learn more
What is the average cost of living in Valencia?
With a central location that is easily walked around, a large supply of lodging, and a ton of free activities, Valencia is an excellent budget vacation destination because it is less expensive and quieter than Spain's other major cities while still being equally interesting. To have an idea of how much your utility bills can be, we recommend using NumbeoLearn more
Best neighbourhood to live in Valencia
"Of course, where to live in Valencia largely depends on your own preferences and your budget. Made up of 88 neighborhoods and 19 districts, there are certain neighborhoods that are particularly popular like Ruzafa, El Carmen, El Cabanyal, Benimaclet and Cánovas & Mercado de Colón Area."Learn more
How to eat like a local in Valencia?
It is famous worldwide for its rices, such as paella, and its citrus fruits. The cuisine of neighbouring regions have given and received important contributions from Valencian gastronomy, amongst them Balearic cuisine, Catalan cuisine, Aragonese cuisine, Manchego cuisine and Murcian cuisine.Learn more