The Polytechnic University of Valencia (official name: Universitat Politècnica de València) or UPV is a Spanish public university based in Valencia. The UPV is organized into nine higher technical schools, two faculties and two higher polytechnic schools, which are responsible for organizing the teaching of 39 degrees, and has 42 departments and 41 research centers and institutes.
How to get to the UPV Campus (Valencia) by train
Valencia has two train stations, close to each other, for two types of journeys: the Joaquín Sorolla station and the North station. The Joaquín Sorolla station is for the following long-distance routes: Madrid, Barcelona, Alicante, Castellón and Albacete. The North Station serves the other long-distance, medium-distance and commuter routes. The journey between the two stations can be done on foot in 10 minutes or on an exclusive Renfe bus, which is free upon presentation of the train ticket. Both stations are located in the city center.
- Autobús urbano
- Plano de la UPV con las paradas de la EMT
- Empresa Municipal de Transportes (EMT)