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The '''Metro Valencia''' [http://www.metrovalencia.com/] consists of five lines (from which one is a tramway to the beach) and connects the suburbs with the city. As of Apr 2013, the one-way fare for one zone is €1.50.  The ticket itself costs an additional €1 and contains a rechargeable chip.  This metro system is not extensive, but can get you to major points within the city. If you want to take the tram, you have to buy a ticket from the machine, then validate it, before you get on.
 
The '''Metro Valencia''' [http://www.metrovalencia.com/] consists of five lines (from which one is a tramway to the beach) and connects the suburbs with the city. As of Apr 2013, the one-way fare for one zone is €1.50.  The ticket itself costs an additional €1 and contains a rechargeable chip.  This metro system is not extensive, but can get you to major points within the city. If you want to take the tram, you have to buy a ticket from the machine, then validate it, before you get on.
  
If you use the metro a lot, you should consider getting a ''TuiN'', ''Bonometro'' (see above), or a one-, two- or three-day pass, which can be quite economical. For just over €22, you can ride for 72 hours on the metro and tram as much as you like during that time; a bonus is that if you buy a ticket at, for instance, 16:00 on a Monday, it will expire not on Wednesday night, but on 16:00 Thursday.  Or a €10 ''TuiN'' pass will buy you 13+ journeys in one zone and the card can be shared among multiple people.
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If you use the metro a lot, you should consider getting a ''Bonometro'' (see above), or a one-, two- or three-day pass, which can be quite economical. For just over €22, you can ride for 72 hours on the metro and tram as much as you like during that time; a bonus is that if you buy a ticket at, for instance, 16:00 on a Monday, it will expire not on Wednesday night, but on 16:00 Thursday.
  
 
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