There are a few useful apps for buying tickets or passes, checking the number of journeys left in your pass, or simply for checking the schedules and routes of the different public transport options in Valencia.
To use them during your stay, you’ll need a smartphone with an internet connection.
EMT Valencia app
The EMT Valencia app is a free app that gives you updated information about bus schedules, routes, and their run time. It also allows you to recharge your Bonobus card online, and check how many rides you still have left on your card.
The RecargaSUMA app (which replaces the RecargaMobilis app), is a free transport app. It allows users to check how many rides they have left on their card, as well as top them up. It works with any SUMA pass.
The account can only be verified if the user has a Spanish phone number. In our experience, it also doesn’t work on every device, so your ability to use it depends on the compatibility of your phone.
EMTicket is a mobile application that allows you to buy single tickets from your mobile phone to travel on all EMT buses in Valencia.
A ticket purchased on the app EMTicket is valid for one hour and has no transfer limits. To purchase a ticket through EMTicket you will need to download the app, create an account and purchase the ticket.
At this point, you will have 60 days to activate the ticket and use it. For more information on how to use this app, you can consult the official EMT Valencia website .
Read our article on useful transport tools and apps if you want to know more.
The Metrovalencia app is very similar to the EMT Valencia app. It allows you to check the updated info about metro schedules, routes, updates, and run time. You cannot recharge any SUMA passes or get single metro tickets on this app. You can only recharge metro-exclusive services, like TuiN, a monthly metro pass that is not of much use to tourists.