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Montpellier - Valencia
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Train Montpellier → Valencia


Duration 6h38 - From $132

Montpellier - Valencia

The average travel time between Montpellier and Valencia is 7h50 minutes. The quickest route is 6h38 minutes. The first train leaving Montpellier is at 08:37, the last at 10:37. There is an average of 3 trains a day between Montpellier and Valencia, leaving approximately every 1h06 minutes.
  • Departure station : Montpellier st-roch (Place Auguste Gibert BP51238 34011 Montpellier)
  • Arrival station : Valencia nord (Calle de Bailén, 4 46007 Valencia)
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About this journey

Pretty at the university level

Pretty at the university level Don't know much about Montpellier ? Overshadowed by other neighboring cities in Provence, it is worthy of a full visit, and not just a half-day stopover before continuing your journey further into France. The Montpellier St. Roch train station is a major hub for transfers to other cities, and many travelers just stop to stretch their legs. Don't just loosen your joints – get walking – as there is much to see right out of the station. Montpellier is the capital of the lower Languedoc region, and has a population of nearly 400,000 ! Notably famous is the city's 13th century medical school, which boasts famous alumni like forward-thinking Nostradamus. Learn more about Montpellier

Valencia, the 3rd largest city of Spain

Plenty to squeeze from its juicy heart When you venture into the city of Valencia, you will be met on both sides with the old and the new. As the capital of the region and Spain’s third largest city, it has managed to preserve a dense heritage and embrace modern landmarks. With the Valencia Tourist Card you have full access on Valencia’s public transportation as well as many free and discounted offers throughout the city. Spain is known for its strange festivals (tomato throwing, anyone ?) In the month of March, Valencia throws its own fiery festival. Las Fallas literally means "the fires.” The focus of the fiesta is the creation and destruction of ninots (puppets.) Some are cardboard, others wood, and all are extremely lifelike and usually depict satirical scenes and current events. On March 19th at exactly midnight, La Cremá (the burning) begins. One could say it’s a blast. Arriving by train into Valencia Nord station from Madrid (in just under 4 hours) or from Barcelona (in just under 3 hours), this is an easy station to navigate. Built in 1917 with Neo-Gothic influences, this station hosts a caleidoscope of Valencian mosaics and ceramics, with themes of the city’s countryside. When you exit onto the outside plaza, be sure to cross the street and check out the adjacent bullring, Plaza de Toros. This bull-fighting arena has been in operation for nearly 150 years and resembles a miniature Roman Coliseum. Valencia has had this drab, dull reputation, which is surprising when you consider the city hugs the coast on the Mediterrean. The sea’s bounty helped invent the first Paella here, which could be easily washed down with its eponymous orange. And yet, for years, the city sat without a spark of excitement. That’s all changed now. In the last decade, there’s been a thrust toward tourism and innovation. It began with restoring old landmarks like the Serrano and Quart Towers and monestaries such as San Miguel de los Reyes. However, the biggest project to date is The City of Arts and Sciences. Designed by the world-renowned and Valencia-native Santiago Calatrava, The complex, which sits on what used to be the riverbed of the Turia river. Learn more about Valencia

Timetable

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 Dep.Arr.DurationChange(s)MOTUWETHFRSASU
1MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
08:37
BARCELONA SANTS
11:27
N°: 9731
Services for disabled persons
2BARCELONA SANTS
12:00
VALENCIA NORD
15:15
N°: 463
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08:3715:1506:38 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
10:37
BARCELONA SANTS
13:40
N°: 9711
Services for disabled persons
2BARCELONA SANTS
15:00
VALENCIA NORD
18:21
N°: 165
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10:3718:2107:44 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
10:37
BARCELONA SANTS
13:40
N°: 9711
Services for disabled persons
2BARCELONA-ESTACIO DE FRANCA
16:04
VALENCIA JOAQUIN SOROLLA
19:46
N°: 5581
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10:3719:4609:09 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
 Dep.Arr.DurationChange(s)MOTUWETHFRSASU
1VALENCIA NORD
04:25
BARCELONA SANTS
08:39
N°: 894
2BARCELONA SANTS
09:20
MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
12:18
N°: 9702
Services for disabled persons
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04:2512:1807:53 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0
1VALENCIA NORD
13:08
BARCELONA SANTS
16:37
N°: 460
2BARCELONA SANTS
17:25
MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
20:21
N°: 9738
Services for disabled persons
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13:0820:2107:13 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1VALENCIA NORD
13:08
BARCELONA SANTS
16:37
N°: 460
2BARCELONA SANTS
18:26
MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
21:21
N°: 9724
Services for disabled persons
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13:0821:2108:13 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1VALENCIA NORD
14:05
BARCELONA SANTS
17:39
N°: 1142
2BARCELONA SANTS
18:26
MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH
21:21
N°: 9724
Services for disabled persons
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14:0521:2107:16 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
 

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