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Valencia is the third largest city in spain, and the 15th largest in the EU. The city is developing rapidly, thanks to a strong reputation and influence in education, entertainment, fashion and the arts. The city is home to the Port of Valencia, which is the largest container port on the Mediterranean.

The city's public transport network is operated by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV); consisting of a metro system, alongside rail and bus services. The Estación del Norte (North Station) is the city's main railway station, and hosts high speed services between Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante.

How to get to Valencia from
Route 1:

The fast EuroMed service links Barcelona and Alicante, and stops at Valencia en route. In total, the journey takes around 4hrs 40mins, with prices ranging from €50 - €80.