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Valencia is a port city where the River Turia meets the Mediterranean Sea. Fondly called the ‘City of 100 bell towers,’ it has a series of towers adjoining the cathedrals, such as the Gothic Miguelete Tower and the hexagonal Tower of Santa Catalina, both of which display a fine example of the Valencian-Baroque style of architecture. You can book your IndiGo codeshare flight to Valencia to explore sights that include museums, cathedrals, the old town, markets, and beaches. 

There are many things to do in Valencia for all kinds of vacationers. Once you book your India to Valencia flight, make sure to truly soak in the beauty of this seaside city. Besides enjoying the warm sea breeze, you can explore the city which is wrapped around with modern sites and an historic centre. So, if you’ve got Spain on your mind, book your India to Spain flight with IndiGo now.

India to Valencia flight information

  • Distance between India and Valencia: The aerial distance between India and Valencia is 7,346 km.
  • India to Valencia flights: There are several international flights that IndiGo operates from India to Valencia.
  • India to Valencia flight timings: India to Valencia IndiGo flights are available at regular intervals. The timing can be found on the IndiGo website.
  • India to Valencia flight ticket price: India to Valencia flight tickets range from approx. INR 39,000 to INR 60,000. However, the cost may differ depending on when you book your Valencia flight tickets.
  • Multiple flights to Valencia from India: Delhi to Valencia, Mumbai to Valencia and others

Hello, Valencia!

Valencia is one of the most attractive cities in Spain. With its excellent location and wonderful Mediterranean weather, Valencia is the third largest city in Spain to visit for a holiday. The many reasons that make Valencia so special are its mix of ultra-modern and Gothic architecture buildings. But Valencia is not only famous for its good blend of concrete marvels. It has delicious food, from paella to fiedua; a series of beaches; and above all, Las Fallas, which is celebrated in commemoration of Saint Joseph. 

Valencia travel guide

  • La Lonja de la Seda: This 15th-century Gothic-style building called La Lonja de la Seda is a fascinating place to explore while in Valencia. This monument is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has a beautiful facade which features intricately designed doors and windows, as well as gargoyles that function as water spouts.
  • Mercado Central: This bustling market is lavishly adorned with decorative ceramics, which are typical of the region. You can find hundreds of stalls lined throughout the market selling all kinds of products, including fresh fruits, vegetables, and local products from the Valencia region. You can also find a beautiful historic church on the Plaza del Mercado, next to the Mercado Central. 
  • Catedral de València: The Catedral de València stands out amongst the rest of the cathedrals in the city. It has a unique design with a beautiful mix of architectural styles. The church was constructed at the beginning of the 13th century. But the renovations were made in the later years, between the 15th and 17th centuries. 
  • Plaza de la Virgen: This is a famous plaza and the oldest in the city, dating back to Roman times. One of the main attractions here is the Neptune fountain, located at the centre of the plaza. This fountain was made by a Valencian sculptor, Silvestre Edeta. Plaza de la Virgen is bordered by many attractions, making it an ideal place for locals and tourists to visit.
  • National Museum of Fine Arts: This museum, also known as Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de València, is one of the best places to visit in Valencia. It has a large display of archaeological findings such as paintings and sculptures, some of which date to the medieval period. One of the most precious displays here is the 14th-century altarpiece of Fray Bonifacio Ferrer (a Valencian friar). 
  • Playa del Saler: Among the beaches in the Valencia region, you can visit Playa del Saler. It is a clean and sandy beach that is located around 16 kilometres from Valencia. This beach is located inside the La Albufera Natural Park. 

Valencia airport information

Valencia Airport (VLC), which is also known as Manises Airport, is one of the busiest airports in Spain. It is located at a distance of approximately 8 km west of the city in Manises. There are several public transportation options that traverse between the airport and the city. Taxis are the most convenient mode, however, there is also a metro that connects to the city. 

Important points to remember while travelling to Valencia 

  • Flight booking - Book your flights from India to Valencia in advance to get lower airfare
  • Leave for the airport early - It is best to reach the airport at least three hours in advance to catch your flight on time 
  • Baggage allowance - Make sure to check with IndiGo for the baggage allowance for international destinations
  • Visa and immigration - To enter Valencia, you need a Schengen visa. Make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration
  • Flight connection - If you have connecting flights, make sure to check your flight timings and duration of layover/s

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FAQs about Flights to Valencia

How to get from Valencia Airport to the city?

Taxi services are the most used transport; however, the metro is also linked to major neighbourhoods around Valencia.

Can we fly from India to Valencia?

Yes, you can get a flight from India to Valencia.

Do I need to apply for a Schengen visa for Valencia?

Yes, you need a Schengen visa to visit the city of Valencia in Spain. You can visit our website to learn more about the Schengen visa.

When is the best time to visit Valencia on a budget?

November to February are the best months to explore the city on a budget. However, the best time to visit Valencia is June to August.

How far is Valencia from Barcelona?

The city of Valencia is located under four hours from Barcelona. You can easily make a weekend trip from Barcelona to Valencia.

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