Direct flights with Turkish Airlines from Valencia to Istanbul continue ceaselessly throughout the year on a regular basis. Journeys in this route are highly popular also thanks to the passengers travelling to different destinations all over the world via a connecting flight over Istanbul. Take a look at the flights from Valencia offered by Turkish Airlines now to see all destinations you can each from Valencia and set your travel plan.
As the capital of Comunidad Valencia, Valencia is a delightful destination welcoming tourists all year round, regardless of the season. Being a lovely European town both by its historical heritage and modern details, Valencia shines out by its vigorous life, colorful cafés, entertaining clubs and natural gems. This adorable city is favorite of both culture and history fanciers and those looking for a holiday full of sun and sea. Offering a unique atmosphere for every traveler by many alternatives it provides, Valencia is home to many attractions, including but not limited to the historical center El Carmen where you can witness the past and see the stunning works of Gothic architecture, Turia River and around full off tiny joyful cafés, or the brilliant beaches to enjoy fully the bright Mediterranean Sea.
The sole airport serving in the city, Valencia Airport (VLC) is 9 kilometers to the center.
It is possible to directly reach the airport via the subway lines 3 or 5 operating from Xativa subway station in the center. Serving in every eight minutes, the subway gets to the airport within nearly 20 minutes. You may also use the public buses serving to Valencia Airport (VLC) from Plaza de Espana station. Operating in every 25 minutes, these buses reach the airport within 40 minutes in average. In addition to the options of public transport, it is also possible to reach the airport comfortably via the cabs serving 7/24 in the city.
The glorious and historical metropolis of Türkiye, Istanbul is located at the crossroads of Asia and Europe. Perfectly preserving both a European and authentic style, blending together the cultural pieces of both continents with its unique culture, this enchanting city is flooded by millions of tourists each year.
The beautiful Bosporus flowing through the city connects the Black Sea with the inland sea of Marmara, accompanied by the historic palaces and mansions with all their magnificence. Maiden’s Tower in Salacak and Galata Tower in Beyoğlu are among the historic icons of this pretty metropolis. The enthralling Dolmabahçe Palace on the other hand, welcomes a large number of visitors each year as well. The Historical Peninsula is certainly the most touristic spot in the city, as home to splendid artifacts like Topkapı Palace, Hagia Sophia, Sultanahmet (Blue) Mosque and the Basilica Cistern.
There are two international airports serving in Istanbul to meet the demand in the busy air traffic: Istanbul Airport (IST) and Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). Passengers holding a flight ticket to Istanbul from Valencia with Turkish Airlines land at Istanbul Airport (IST).
The world’s new aviation center Istanbul Airport (IST) is approximately 35 km from Istanbul’s city center. With many different transportation options to choose from, you can pick the most suitable alternative to get from the airport to the city.
For a comfortable journey, rent a car a from selection of car rental companies available at the airport. Another alternative is taxi service located outside the domestic and international terminals. It takes around 30 minutes to reach the city center by taxi and costs around 100-110 TL. When it comes to public transport, you can use Havaist, which sets off from 60 different spots on both the European and Asian sides. Some passengers prefer the IETT bus services which is a more affordable option.
For more detailed information check our transport information page.