Valencia has 60 bus lines, 6 metro lines, and 3 tram lines. The public transport connects you to everywhere in the city, including the airport. The metro runs between 4:00 and 23:30 AM on weekdays and between 5:00 and 00:30 on the weekends. The price of the tickets for the metro depends on what zones you have to travel in. You can choose between a single ticket or bonometro (10 times). If you have to travel frequently, the TuiN card is the best option. You can spend a minimum amount on your travels per month by paying for the card. How much this cart cost depends again on the zones you will travel in. The most expensive card is €63,- a month.
Busses are a good option for when the metro does not reach your destination or when the metro does not run anymore. After 10:30 PM night buses start running. Night Buses run until 2:00 AM during weekdays and 3:00 AM during weekends. There are also long distance buses and trains that go for example to Barcelona and Alicante.
The city also has a cycle rental service called Valenbisi. With this you can rent bikes 24 hours, 365 days a year, that are placed throughout the whole city. There are many bike lanes which makes it safe and easy to travel by bike. You can subscribe to bicycles. A weekly subscription is €13,30. This is a good option for when people visit only for a week. If you are moving here, an annual subscription will be €29,21. The first 30 minutes used on top of your subscription is free. If you use it for longer than 30 minutes the costs will be between €0,50 and €1,00.
You can also use a taxi in Valencia. Uber does not exist here. In Valencia, they use the app Cabify to get a taxi. You could of course also wave your hand when you see a taxi with a green light.