How long is a flight to Valencia?
Your flight to Valencia includes a connecting flight departing from London. A flight from London to Valencia takes approximately two hours and 20 minutes.
What’s the cheapest month to fly to Valencia?
Valencia is busiest in the summer months when the city soaks up the sunshine. Lots of tourists make the most of it from May to September, so you’ll find flights are cheaper from October to April.
Is Valencia cheap to visit?
Compared with fellow Spanish cities like Barcelona and Madrid, Valencia’s under-the-radar status has stopped prices from rocketing. There’s plenty to do on a budget too. The oldest part of the city is an easily walkable labyrinth of cobblestone streets, filled with boutiques, time-stamped buildings and street art. You can visit Valencia Cathedral for a small entry fee – it’s home to the chalice recognised by the Vatican as the Holy Grail used at the Last Supper. Don’t miss the City of Arts and Sciences building, which is free to wander around, and one of Valencia’s best sights. You can also get a discount on entry to the museums inside by picking up a Valencia Tourist Card.
Is it easy to get around Valencia?
There are several ways to get to Valencia’s city centre from the airport, including the bus, metro and taxi. A cab is quickest, taking around 20 minutes depending on traffic, while the metro and bus take 25 to 30. If you want to see more than just Valencia, hire a car with British Airways and you’ll get great benefits, round-the-clock customer support, with all mandatory charges included, and you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.
Why visit Valencia?
Beautiful weather, plenty of history and a short flight time from the UK makes Valencia the ideal location for a getaway. Whether you’re enjoying fresh, juicy fruit from the Central Market, wandering the streets of the old fisherman’s village, or checking out the Silk Exchange, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you won’t be short of things to do. Make time to chill out on the city’s beaches, enjoy some authentic Spanish tapas, and take things easy.
Why fly British Airways to Valencia?