Spain brings forward reopening of borders with EU states to the 21st of June

Spain will reopen its borders with Schengen Area European countries on the 21st of June.

The exception being its border with Portugal, which is delayed until the 1st of July.

Mandatory quarantine will also be lifted starting the 21st of June, for travelers coming into Spain.

The reopening of borders coincides with the State of Alarm also ending on the 21st of June. This date also marks the disappearance of travel limitations over the whole of Spain’s territory.

The prime minister justified his decision by citing the favorable evolution of the pandemic, despite the fact that the Spanish government declared its intent to keep the borders closed until the first day of July.

The borders opening in advance is going to join the pilot project, starting today, Monday, in the Balearic Islands. Here are expected to arrive 11000 german tourists.

Pedro Sánchez affirmed that the decision was made “with the European Forum’s permission and taking into consideration the positive evolution of the pandemic in Spain”.

The prime minister also informed that the delay of the Portugal border opening was made at the behest of the Portuguese government. A manifestation will take place on the 1st of July, with the occasion of the border reopening. Will be present the Spain prime minister, His Majesty The King and the Portugal prime minister.

Restrictions on third EU countries will be lifted beginning with the 1st of July, depending on the epidemiologic situation and reciprocity”, added the prime minister.

He added that “a list is still being waited on, to be made by the European Commission, in relation with the restrictions on third countries and their transit on the European continent”, taking into consideration the good evolution of the pandemic on the European continent and its evolution in Russia and the USA.

Sources: La, RTVE

Beginning with June 22, the Valencian government offers grants for purchasing of bicycles and scooters

Beginning with the 15th of June, Valencian Community shops that sell bicycles, scooters, electric personal mobility devices and electric conversion kits for bicycles can join the grant campaign initiated by the Valencian Community government.

Grant conditions

Grants will be up to 250 euro for electric bicycles (the value of which cannot surpass 1400 euro), 75 euro for non-electric ones (up to a maximum value of 500 euro) and 75 euro for electric scooters (the value of which cannot surpass 450 euro).

The grant will also be given for installing electric conversion kits (up to 200 euro for kits that have a maximum price of 600 euro) or for acquiring bicycles with child seats (up to 150 euro for bicycles that have a max price of 700 euro).

When can the grants be solicited

The grant will be available starting Monday, the 22nd of June.

Conditions for grant beneficiaries

Persons interested in accessing these grants need only be a resident of the Valencian Community. That is the only necessary condition.

After choosing the desired company and vehicle from the Ministry of Territorial Policy, Public Works and Mobility’s (Conselleria de Movilidad) site, the applicant must fill out a form directly in the shop.

As soon as the request is aproved, the buyer receives the grant at the moment of purchase.

Conditions for the companies participating in the campaign

Monday, the 15th of June, is set to be the date when the membership procedure will be made public. The Ministry will make public a list of companies that are going to participate in the campaign on its site. Interested companies can join through an application developed by the authorities.

No deadline has been set on joining the campaign, merchants are free to join at any time.

The condition they must fulfil is that they have their offices in the Valencian Community.

Information about the grant campaign of  Valencian government

Investments made by the authorities in this campaign go up to 500000 euro.

According to a representative of the authorities “these grants have a double purpose: to promote the use of engineless vehicles, for a more durable mobility, and to support and help businesses in the Valencian Community”.

The procedures for these grants will be applied and managed by the Bicycle Office, a newly created department under the Public Works division of the Ministry of Public Administration.

The Office will concentrate the various initiatives and lines of work to promote the use of bicycles and personal mobility vehicles.

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Source: Las Provincias

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In 2020, the Valencian Community is no. 1 in the top of Blue Flag beaches across Spain

In 2020, the Valencian Community is the leader of Blue Flag beaches, in terms of numbers, in Spain.

It has earned 148 Blue Flags, awarded to 134 beaches and 14 ports.

Alicante, with its 86 Blue Flag locations, leads statewide and regionally. Castellón own 31 and Valencia 30. In the citywide rankings Orihuela, Alicante province, is sitting at no. 1 with 11 locations awarded with the Blue Flag, followed by Valencia with 7 and Benicàssim, in Castellón, with 5.

The 148 Blue Flags “guarantee the touristic quality of the Valencian’s Community’s coast” and make of it a destination that is safe, secure to the environment, as well as ensuring the quality of the community’s coast.

The Blue Flags beaches of the Valencian’s Community’s in 2020

To follow, the 134 Blue Flag beaches of the Valencian Community in 2020:

What is a Blue Flag

The Blue Flag is a certification awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), which offers tourists the safety that in the places marked by it, the water and sand are clean, and there are sufficient lifeguards prepared to respond in an emergency. At the same time the Blue Flag is considered a symbol of environmental protection of the highest degree.

To receive this award beaches must fulfil a series of criteria.

In light of the current health crisis, representatives of the tourism authority in the Valencian Community have expressed their concern towards increasing water quality checks, as well as raising the number of control checkpoints and respecting the safety regulations, in order for the beaches to maintain their guarantee regarding the quality of water, sand and services provided.

Spain – the country with the most Blue Flag beaches

In 2020, Spain will have 589 Blue Flag beaches, 23 more than last year. In total, Spain has 688 locations awarded with this certificate, including ports.

Worldwide, Spain continues to be the country with the most Blue Flag beaches, followed by Greece, Turkey and France.

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Source: Las Provincias,

Photo provided from personal archive.

The Palace of the Arts in Valencia will host concerts with tickets at just 5 euro!

In June and July, the Palace of the Arts in Valencia will host concerts and musical recitations with tickets at just 5 euro!

During these months, the Valencian Community Orchestra, Choir and artists of the “Centre of professional development” belonging to the Palace of the Arts will perform various music sessions.

The schedule

Monday, the 8th of June, at 10:00, tickets will be put on sale for the “Torna a les Arts” cycle of concerts and recitations, which marks the beginning of the centre resuming its activity since its shutdown due to the quarantine period.

Concerts will be one hour long, without breaks, and will take place every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, between the 13th of June and the 11th of July.

Friday, the 12th of June, the Main Hall will host a concert dedicated to the sanitary personnel.

Starting with Saturday, the 13th of June, 10 music sessions will be held in the same hall, by the Valencian Community Orchestra and Choir as well as artists of the “Centre of professional development”.

Because of the Palace of the Arts’ initiative to promote lyrical and classical music to younger audiences, Friday sessions will be reserved exclusively to people under 29 years old.

The Valencian Community Orchestra will offer 3 different shows over the course of this cycle: one for string instruments, featuring Mozart, Dvořák, Barber and Tchaikovsky, another dedicated to wind instruments, featuring Donizetti, Gounod and Beethoven and a third dedicated to both string and wind instruments, featuring interpretations of Cimarosa, Mozart and Haydn.

The Valencian Community Choir will have a single show, on the 2nd of July. The show will feature works by Victoria, Palestrina, Guererro, Bach, Elgar, Bruckner, Poulenc and Fauré, and will be joined by pianist Francisco Hervás.

Singers of the “Centre of professional development”, joined by pianists José Miguel Román and Stanislav Angelov, will perform various shows including arias, romantic opera and zarzuela.

The schedule can be checked here.

The tickets

Tickets can only be acquired on the Palace’s website, here, and by calling the following number: +34.902.202.383. The phone number will be available Monday through Friday between 10:00 to 14:30.

There is a minimum purchase of at least 2 tickets.

Individual tickets can only be solicited by calling the phone number.

Sanitary protection measures

In accordance with sanitary protocols, adopted due to the coronavirus outbreak, access and capacity will be modified to fit current regulations. Social distancing will be ensured between the audience as well as the performers.

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Photo provided from personal archive.

The Alfafar MN4 cinemas are offering tickets at just 1 euro/person!

Starting Wednesday, the 10th of June, until Thursday, the 18th of June 2020, the Alfafar MN4 cinemas are offering tickets at just 1 euro/person!

The movie schedule can be found here:

This offer cannot be combined with other offers, and MN4 reserves the right to cancel or modify the offer.

Access in each hall will be done respecting the hygiene and sanitary protection regulations.

Info sourse:

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Cinemacar Alicante – The Valencian Community will be unveiling a drive-in cinema with the largest screen in Europe

Thursday, the 11th of June 2020, in the Rabasa district of Alicante city (Valencian Community), in front of Decathlon, Cinemacar will open its gates, the drive-in cinema with the largest screen in Europe.

What is a drive-in cinema?

It is an outdoor theater consisting of a large screen, projection booth and a wide parking area for automobiles. Within this enclosed area, customers can view movies from the privacy and comfort of their cars. The concept was born in America, New Jersey, in 1920.

Cinemacar Alicante offer

Cinemacar Alicante has a 500 square meter screen, strategically placed in terms of height and distance, allowing movies to be seen from any angle of the theater, from the car or the specially placed food stands. It is the largest screen in Europe.

The parking area has a size of 45000 square meters. It is completely paved, which reduces the possibility of suspended particulate matter and allows for daily disinfection.

Cinemacar also has a 3000 square meter area dedicated to housing pets at no additional cost.

The theater has a restaurant with a large terrace, in full view of the stage and screen, food stands, a garden, a space for viewing movies under the open sky, large fully equipped terraces, premium “boxes” for six persons and a stage for live shows.

Also, Cinemacar has the newest generation of sanitary equipment in accordance with safety and protection measures against covid-19. Automobiles will be disinfected, and the open space is equipped with disinfection arcs.

The Cinemacar project was designed with the intent of offering, in our current social security circumstances, a diverse entertainment option(music, movies, theater and restaurant) at the standards of quality and comfort, in a modern design.

Check out the schedule of the screenings on the Cinemacar website.

Others drive-in theaters in Valencian Community

Also in Alicante, on the 29th of May, AutoCine ElSur will be opening its gates. More information on the theaters’ website:

In Denia, Alicante, another drive-in theater is already operational, Autocine drive-in. They also screen movies in English. More information and schedule here.

Sources:, and the aforementioned websites.

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Valencia reopens air traffic routes with 18 countries starting July 1st

According to plans made public by airline companies, starting with the month of July, Manises Valencia airport will be reopening air traffic with 18 countries along 78 routes.

Beginning with the 1st of July, the Spanish government is lifting the mandatory quarantine for foreign passengers, although many airline companies will already be active by the end of June.

According to the municipal tourism office, Valencia will be reopening air travel with Europe and North Africa. In Europe, Valencia will begin the month of July with at least 53 connections in 43 cities and 18 countries, with 147 weekly flights. Before the pandemic there were 91 connections with 65 cities in 22 countries. Relative to these statistics, international connectivity has been reinstated in a ratio of 60%. In Spain, the month of July will begin with at least 25 routes in 12 airports.

Ryanair, the largest operator out of Manises, will be resuming almost all its activity, guaranteeing a large connectivity with Italy. Vueling will open in July with 9 routes, including Amsterdam, Paris and Rome, with more to follow in August.

On the other hand, Lufthansa has cancelled its Valencia connection. Similarly, nothing is known about the routes towards Granada, Almeria and Pamplona, which Air Nostrum had announced a few months before, as summer news. For July there is also no known info about flights to Moscow, Prague, Lisbon, Rotterdam, Bordeaux or Lyon.

Surprises come in the form of routes which were previously unavailable. Wizz Air will be supplying the connection between Valencia and Milano Malpensa, while Volotea will be flying Mallorca, Menorca and Bilbao, routes that they are just inaugurating. The Bilbao route will have 3 airlines operating it in July, as Vueling and Air Nostrum have also announced flights.

As far as traffic towards Spanish capitals, there will obviously be a considerable ammount of traffic towards the Balearic and Canary Islands, but there will also be connections to Sevilla, Santander or Madrid starting in July.

In any case, aerial planning for this summer is neither clear nor definitive. Plans for Valencia by airlines such as KLM-Air France, Transavia, British Airways(IAG), EasyJet or Turkish Airlines are still unknown.

These are the companies that link medium size towns, such as Valencia, to large international airports(hubs), such as Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris CDG or London Heathrow, where intercontinental flights towards America or Asia can be found.

The uncertainty of longer flights will, in all likelyhood, be cleared up as the situation of the pandemic progresses at different speeds in each region of the planet.

Sources: 20minutos, Las Provincias

Free entry to the Museum of Science and the Hemisfèric in the City of Arts and Sciences between the 1st-14th of June

The City of Arts and Sciences reopen to the public offering free entry to the Museum of Science and the Hemisfèric between 1st and 14th of June 2020 .

In accordance with security and sanitary regulations, Museum visits will occur using unidirectional corridors and exhibits that use tactile elements will be deactivated.

The Hemisfèric will have 41 available seats, to ensure proper distance between spectators.

The following movies will be screened: “Secrets of the Universe”, “Volcanoes”, “Apollo 11: First Steps Edition”, “Planet Power 3D”, “Journey to Space. Next stop: Mars” and “Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D”.

Reopening plan

Among some of the sanitary security measures taken are: 24 gel dispensers situated at the entrances and around public spaces, unidirectional visit routes, the reduction of capacitby and the installation of anti-contagion barriers.

All of these regulations can be found in the reopening protocol of the City of Arts and Sciences, which was prepared using the guideline of measures for reducing the spread of coronavirus SARS-CoV-02 in museums and heritage sites, made and implemented by the Spanish Tourism Quality Institute(ICTE), as well as following the indications of the competent authorities.



Civic organisations involved in the organisation of Las Fallas (Valencia) and Magdalena (Castellón) have initiated on social networks campaigns like #fallas2020 or #laplanta in the attempt to make quarantine easier to go through.

Valencian musicians have also united against Coronavirus. The Federation of Musical Societies in the Valencian Community (FSMCV) has launched the campaign #FestivalDelsBalcons.

Musicians are encouraged to perform popular songs like “Paquito el chocolatero” and “Amparito Roca” from their balconies or windows, on Tuesday, 19th of March, at 12:00.

Due to the cancellation of its grandest festival, Magdalena, in the city of Castellón de la Plana, a civic campaign was launched. At lunch time, people step out on their balconies, or stand at their windows and start making noise, using pans, spoons, traditional musical instruments like tabals and dolçaines or anything else they have on hand. “It will be the best mascletà in history”, is written on the flyers distributed accross the city, and “our triumph over illness”.

Share this news! It’s about moments of joy that can fill many homes and souls!

If you want to find out more about quarantine situations, i recommend this article.

* Sources: Las Provincias, La Vanguardia

* The photo from this article is property of the organisers of #FestivalDelsBalcons


Coronavirus situation. Transport measures. Renfe changes and refunds tickets with no additional costs

The minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, José Luis Ábalos, has announced in a press conference the measures taken due to the state of emergency in Spain.

They will be valid for the entire duration of this emergency state.

The adopted measures

Renfe tickets

– The ticket offer for medium, long distance, high speed, regional and Avant train rides will decrease with up to 85%.

Starting Wednesday, March 18th, at 00:00, all train tickets purchased for rides taking place during the state of alarm will be cancelled.

The price for the tickets will be 100% refunded to all passengers, regardless of the type of ticket.

For people that already purchased Renfe tickets, but will be cancelling their trips, starting Monday, March 16th, Renfe will be offering more specific information at this telephone number: 918.314.520.

For those who must travel, in spite of the recommendation to avoid circulation, Renfe will be selling tickets and assigning seats in accordance to the effective health norms regarding the recommended distance between each person. The introduction of Alvo, the new service offering high speed rides at low costs, has been postponed.

COmplete informations available here.

Interurban, maritime and aerial transport on national territory

The offer for interurban, maritime and aerial transport services is reduced by 50%. The companies offering these services must guarantee that the seats sold maintain the suitable distance between passengers.

Cercanías, the train service, will run at maximum capacity for the time being in all Spain.

Local authorities will receive instructions for establishing the decrease rate of the transportation services offer.

Transport between the Peninsula, mainland and islands

Will be regulated in the following days, based on the directions received.

International aerial transport

At the moment, in Spain, flights to and from Italy and Morocco are cancelled. For other international flights, the Ministry of Transport declared that Spain is awaiting regulations from the E.U.

International terestrian transport

At midnight, March 16th, Spain has closed its land borders.

On Spain’s territory, access will only be allowed to Spanish citizens, residents, those who work in Spain and those who need to be in Spain for a valid reason.

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Coronavirus situation. Measures following state of emergency in Spain

On Saturday, March 14th, The Ministry Council adopted a decree which declares the state of emergency on the entire territory of Spain.

The measures apply starting March 14th, for 15 days. This term can be extended by another 15 days with the approval of the Chamber of Deputies.

The adopted measures include the limitation of free circulation and increase authority of 4 Ministries: Health, Transport, Defence and Internal Affairs. They could make decisions adapted to the situation without fulfilling an administrative procedure.

The disposed measures:

The circulation is forbidden, with the following exceptions: grocery and medicine shopping, going to work, to the bank or health care facilities, attending to another person (who’s either incapacitated, vulnerable, old or disabled), in case of emergency, returning to the residence or “any other similar activity that can be justified.”

The circulation of personal vehicles on public roads is permitted only for carrying out one of the activities mentioned above and for filling up the gas tank from gas stations.

– The terrestrial and railway public transportation services (cercanias) will run at 100% capacity, while the medium distance ones will run at 50% capacity.

The activity in all educational establishments is suspended, and only where possible will be switched to distance learning.

All stores will be closed except for: grocery stores, pharmaceutical stores, health care stores, pet stores, barber shops and hair dressers.

The activity of cultural and leisure establishments will be suspended: museums, theatres and cinemas.

– Hosteleria and coffee shops, restaurants and public food establishments servicies will be suspended, exclusively authorised to offer home-delivery services instead. Are suspended also services offered by cafeterías, bares, café, chocolaterías, heladerías, salones de té, croissanteries, salones de banquetes, terrazas.

– Museums, discotheques, auditoriums, sports facilities, attraction parks, leisure activity centres, processions, popular fiestas, all closed or cancelled.

All public and private health care facilities will function under the Ministry of Health’s authority and follow its decisions.

Religious and civil ceremonies will be permitted, on the condition of taking all the measures for avoiding crowds and the participants to have at least 1 meter distance between each other.

The new regulations also include the mobilization of armed forces with the primary objective of assuring the supply with core products (food and medication), as well as assuring the implementation of the new circulation regulations.

In accordance with the organic law which regulates the state of alarm, exception and martial law, the Government can also employ private businesses. This is relevant now in the context of medical care.

According to the same decree, the only competent authority for taking measures is the Government of Spain. The autonomous governments will only have operating attributions.

The decree was published in Boletín Oficial del Estado number 67 from March 14th, 2020.

The adopted measures do NOT include the close down of Madrid.

Other measures applicable on the entire Spain territory

– RENFE, the Spanish railways, offer the option to change, cancel or refund the tickets’ value of those affected by the Coronavirus situation. The phone number for more information is: 918 314 520 and it’s available starting Monday, 16th of March. More information here.

– All stores from the CONSUM chain store will be open from 10:00 to 20:00. According to CONSUM regulations, each person will have the right to buy up to 6 pieces of the same product.

– Flights between Spain and Italy, Spain and Morocco are cancelled.

Measures disposed by the Valencian Community

The EMT public transportation company decided that passenger access will only be made through the middle door and cash will NOT be accepted as payment for tickets.

All festivities taking place with the occasion of Semana Santa were cancelled.

– Jávea, Cullera and Gandia authorities decided to close the beaches. Petacona and Port Saplaya beaches from Valencia have also been closed.

* Later, this measure was extended to all beaches from the Mediterranean Coast of Spain.

On Saturday, March 14th, 20:00, the situation was the following:

In Spain:

– 6315 people infected, 193 deceased.

In the Valencian Community:

– 188 people infected, 3 deceased.


*The photo in this article is a screenshot from the live show on TV1.


Las Fallas 2020. The Public Transport in Valencia during the festivities

During Las Fallas, the population of Valencia nearly doubles, and the city becomes very crowded. That is why it’s best to use the public transport, the bicycle or even walk short distances.

EMT Valencia

During the festivities, The Municipal Transport Company of Valencia (EMT) will boost their transportation capacity by extending some of the bus routes, as well as their running frequency, in the most crowded areas.

The EMT buses can be used especially to reach places you can’t reach by metro. (For example, the Malvarrosa neighbourhood, for the Show of lights and music). The EMT buses will run day and night, but you’ll have to be aware that some routes will be diverted, and some of the bus stops will be temporarily closed, due to falleras festivities.

During the Fallera Week, 15th – 19th of March, buses, as well as taxis, won’t be allowed to enter the historical centre.

Between the 1st and 14th of March, the traffic will be impelled from the Tetuan-Porta de la Mar changer to Plaza Sant Agustí (during the mascletá), and the buses won’t run in the inner circle.

Information about the diverted routes and the temporary bus stops in the areas mentioned above, can be found in the article Las Fallas 2020. EMT buses – Diverted routes and new temporary bus stops, due to mascletá

More information about the routes and schedule can be found on EMT Valencia’s website.

You can download the EMT Valencia app for Android and iOS  .


During the festivities, the metro is the fastest way to travel to the city centre and other popular areas.

On the weekends, Metrovalencia will extend their running schedule by 3 hours over their regular schedule.

During the Las Fallas Week (15th – 19th of March), Metrovalencia will run non-stop.

Tranvia (Tram)

For the official opening of Las Fallas (La Crida), on the 1st of March, the tram lines will also be supplemented.

Recommended stops for reaching areas that are hosting the festivities:

For Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Mascletá and Crema): Xàtiva (metro lines 3, 5, 9), Colón (metro lines 3, 5, 7, 9) or Bailén (metro line 7).

For Alameda (Fireworks and Castillos de fuegos): Alameda (metro lines 3, 5, 7, 9).

Warning: If you arrive very close to the starting time, the stop will be closed, and you’ll have to get off at Aragon or Colón stop.

For Plaza de la Virgen (Ofrenda a la Virgen): Colón (metro lines 3, 5, 7, 9) or Pont de Fusta (tram line 4).

For Benicalap (Mega Mascletà, March 19th): Garbí (tram line 4) or Beniferri (metro lines 1 and 2).

You can download the maps for metro and tram from here.

Apps for downloading for your mobile phone: Android and iOS.

More information can be found on the official website, Metrovalencia.

Available passes for public transport

Regardless of which form of transportation you travel with, it’s much more cost effective to use a pass, rather than buying individual tickets.

Only for busses

  • Bonobús:
  • Ride cost per person: 8.50 euros.
  • It includes 10 rides available only on EMT buses.
  • It allows you to change buses for free and for an unlimited number of times, for 1 hour from the first validation

Only for metro


Buses, metro and metropolitan lines

 Bono T1, T2 or T3

The passes can be purchased or topped up from tobacco shops (estancos), kiosks, authorised stores, ticket machines from the metro stops.

Bonofallas Pass

For the Fallera Week (15th – 19th of March), there’s a pass created specifically for this occasion, called Bonofallas. The pass has unlimited rides, a 7-day validity, and costs 7 euros. More information here.

Mobilis Card

The Mobilis card is a plastic card, with no rides on it, and it costs 2 euros. The card can be topped up multiple times with up to 30 metro rides or bus rides. The card can be used for metro, as well as buses and can be purchased from tobacco shops (estancos), kiosks, and authorised stores.

Valencia Tourist Card

If you intend to visit monuments and tourist attractions, then you may find the Valencia Tourist Card useful. It cludes unlimited rides on public transport (buses, metro, tranvia), one ride with the metro towards the airport, discounts for museums and various shops. The card has a temporary validity, as following: 24 hours – 15 euros, 48 hours – 20 euros, 72 hours – 25 euros.

It can be purchased from the Tourist Information Offices at the airport and in the city, online from here, but also from all authorised shops.


Valenbisi is the bicycle rental public service offered by the municipality, that’s why i included it in cathegory of public transport.

The Valenbisi rental service is available at over 200 stations in Valencia, 24/7, all year round.

See here where the Valenbisi stations are.

The bicycles can be lifted and parked only in the Valenbisi stations.

Valenbisi for tourists

Tourists can purchase a pass valid for 7 consecutive days, with 13.30 euros, right from the bicycle stations. Practical informations about subscription, you can find here. The annual pass costs 29.21 euros and can be purchased online only, at

The bicycle can be used free of charge for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, the cost will increase depending on the riding time.

Additional costs:

  • 04 euros for exceeding 30 minutes, up to 1 hour;
  • 12 euros for every extra hour.

Temporary closed Valenbisi stations 

The costs have last been updated in February 2020.

Similar articles which maybe cand be interested for you:

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– Las Fallas 2020. Parking in Valencia during the festivities

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