When you land and disembark from the plane at Valladolid you can get to the access the baggage hall via two gates where you will go through passport control and then find two baggage reclaim carousels and the car hire offices.
If there is a problem with your luggage and it doesn't arrive or is damaged Iberia and Air Nostrum have desks in the collection hall where you can report it.
After you have collected your bags and entered the main public arrivals main lobby you will see offices for the tour operators and Aena plus the Valladolid Chamber of Commerce desk.
If you are planning on hiring a car then it is easier if you prebook as this saves time filling in paperwork when you land. You can also order any extras like child restraints when making the reservation, so that a vehicle will be fitted out and ready and wiating for you on arrival.
If you are planning on using public transport there is no train service from the airport but the Campo Grande station in the city centre offers connections to Madrid and Segovia.
Or you can catch buses from outside the arrivals hall which takes about 30 minutes to get to Valladolid and costs costs €3.00 single and €5.00 return. The buses run at 90 minute intervals with the first bus from the airport at 06:45 and the last one is at 22:50.
The bus from Valladolid to Madrid Airport Terminal 4 has a jounrey time of around three hours and costs €14,00 single/€27,00 return.
The Valladolid-León bus takes about 1 hour 45 minutes with a single fare of €8,43/return €16,02.
Taxis from the rank outside arrivals cost between €22.00-27,00 to transport up to four passengers into the city centre depending on the time you are travelling (rates higher at night time).
By Linda Craik Google+