The nighttime metro and tram services, which were cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, are to start up again in the run-up to Christmas and on the night of 5 January.
The regional government’s department for mobility announced today that the service will run until around 2.30am on the nights of 10 and 11 December, 17 and 18 December, the dates for traditional Christmas dinners with friends and work colleagues, as well as 5 January, the night before the Kings’ celebration. The public company which runs the metro and trams said they also planned to make the nighttime service a permanent fixture from February 2022, with the return of the nighttime service “A la lluna de Metrovalencia”.
The service, organised by FGV (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana), will provide special services to Bétera, Llíria and Picassent and to the Airport, as well as Alboraya-Peris Aragó, Rafelbunyol, Ribarroja de Túria, Torrent Avenida, Marítim-Serrería, Paterna and Seminari.
For trams the service will be to the following destinations: Doctor Lluch, Vicente Andrés Estellés, Tosal del Rei, Marítim-Serrería, Marina Reial Joan Carles I and Mas del Rosari.
Both the Metro and trams will provide a normal service on workdays during the school Christmas holidays: 24, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 December and 3, 4, 5, and 7 January.
Anyone wanting more information about these or other services can call Metrovalencia customer services on 900 46 10 46. This information is also available on the website, click here, on social media @metrovalencia and on facebook/metrovalencia.fgv.