Cosy Rooms Tapinería accommodation: in a central and privileged location of Valencia

Address: C/Tapinería, 13, 46001, Valencia, Spain

Cosy Rooms Tapinería accommodation is located in the heart of the old town of Valencia, one of the most touristic areas of the city, just 50 yards from the emblematic Cathedral of Valencia and Plaza de la Reina.

From our accommodation you can easily get around Valencia to visit monuments and emblematic landmarks or even to go shopping. Everything is very close: from the Cathedral to the City of Arts and Sciences as well as the El Carmen district, Plaza de la Virgen, Plaza de la Reina, Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall), the famous Colón Street, the Bullring and all the corners of the Old Town.

How to get there

With its various transport options you can get to any part of Valencia and make the most of your time in the city.

  • Metro: This is the cheapest option, and it is fast (approx. 21 minutes) and easy to use. The metro station is located at the airport. Line 5 (green) and Line 3 (red) have a station (Xátiva or Colón) in the centre of Valencia, near our accommodation
  • Taxi: The taxi rank is right outside the main entrance of the airport. It costs about 30 euros, and the journey takes about 25 minutes, depending on the traffic.

Metro: Station in Xátiva or Colón

Train: Estación del Norte.


Plaza de la Reina: 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 16, 28, 36, 70, 71

Calle La Paz: 26, 28, 31, 36

Town Hall: Six different stops, going to destinations throughout the city

Night bus:

Calle La Paz: N10, N2

Town Hall: N1, N3, N4, N5, N6, N7, N8, N9,


From Madrid or the centre of Spain the best option is to take the A–3.

From Castellón or Barcelona, you have to take the so-called ‘Autopista del Mediterráneo’ (N-340 and A-7, exit 51).

From the interior of Spain, take the routes that cross Valencia from north to south, the N-430 and N-330; from Murcia and Alicante you can take the Autopista del Mediterráneo and the N-332, while from Teruel and Zaragoza the only option is the N-234.


Valencia has its own airport, Manises. It is situated about 8 kilometres west of the city and frequent transport services via buses, taxis and metro connect the airport with the centre of Valencia.


Located on the west side of Valencia, the bus station provides links to the main cities in Spain and Europe.

The station caters for international bus lines as well as national lines.

To get to the accommodation, take bus number 8.


Valencia’s Estación del Norte train station in the centre of the city also provides direct connections to major cities in Spain and Europe.

From the train station, continue on foot to Calle Tapineria, in the direction of Plaza de la Reina.


Valencia is connected by sea to more than three hundred ports distributed across five continents, using about one hundred and seventy ocean routes.

To get to the accommodation from the marina, take metro line 5, Neptú