Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla is one of the two main railway stations in Valencia, Spain. It opened in 2010 and is the end of the Madrid-Levante high-speed rail train. The station is owned by Adif and is serviced by RENFE long-distance trains.
The station is located 800 meters south of the North Station, on the western edge of its entrance. The station is a pure long-distance train station and it is not connected to the network of CercaníasValencia. Valencia Joaquín Sorolla is the last stop of the AVE train running Madrid and Sevilla. There are 10 to 15 trains a day to Madrid and a train to Seville. Some long-distance trains head to the North Station.
C. de Sant Vicent Màrtir, 171, 46007 València, Valencia, España
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