There are plenty of ways of visiting Valencia. Valencian means of transport are easy and you can choose among different types of transportation.
First of all, taking a taxi is the easiest and fastest way but also the most expensive. They are everywhere and you don’t have to wait much for them.
The metro in Valencia is also very easy to use. Some lines only come every 15 or 20 minutes, so if you need to get somewhere at a certain time it would be smart to plan ahead. You can download the free app MetroVLC, and put in where you are and your destination and you can see when the next train leaves and when they leave throughout the day. Also, by looking at the metro map you can see which kind of pass you need, for example if you aren’t going far, you might only need an A pass, which is much cheaper than buying a pass for all sections A, B, C, D.
For transport in Valencia, the bus is also easy to use and inexpensive. To travel through the city, it´s only 1.50€ and there are lots of stops to get on and off at. You can also buy a 10-time use pass, which is a good option if you think you will use all the passes, since it averages out to be cheaper than paying 1.50€ each time.
There are two train stations in Valencia, Norte and Joaquín Sorolla. Norte is for shorter distances, and from Joaquin Sorolla you can take the train all the way to Madrid. Using the high-speed trains, you can get to Madrid in just two hours.