This train station is another example of Modernist art at its best. It's found next to the bullring, on Xàtiva Street, and it was built between 1909 and 1917 by Demetrio Ribes. One of its most noteworthy features is the central hall with beautiful mosaics representing delicate flowers and more. The bays are as attractive now as they were years ago, and still have the elegance you might find in an old black and white movie. This building is perhaps a good reflection of the changes and culture in Valencia at the turn of the last century. All of this is now harmoniously mixed with the most modern technology in trains and transportation. From this station leave commuter trains and trains to the main Spanish and European cities.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Játiva