How to get around Zaragoza
Zaragoza is an ideal city to explore on foot. Its old town is delimited by the Ebro River, and many of its monuments and places of interest are set close together.
The city also has an excellent public transport service linking the centre with the neighbourhoods on the outskirts. A good way to get around Zaragoza is on its city buses which run from about 5:30 am-12:30 am, although timetables vary according to the route. To get around at night, there are seven night bus routes known as Búhos ("owls") that run from 1 to 6 am. The night buses only run on Saturday nights and on public holidays.Taxis can be found every day at any time. They are white with the Aragon flag and the city crest on the front doors. You can stop them in the street when they have the green light on. They can also be found at taxi ranks in the city's most central streets and squares, or can be ordered using the radio taxi service, in which case they will pick you up wherever you want. Rates are displayed inside the taxis and comprise the minimum fare, flag-down charge, kilometre charge and other extras such as night service, public holidays, and station or airport service. Zaragoza also has trams as a mode of transport. Another option is to get around by car or on electric bicycles, as well as renting a bike to make the most of all the kilometres of bike lanes in the city.
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There are different tickets and fares. Firstly there is the single ticket. which costs €1.35 for city buses (also valid for the tram) and €1 for the night service. You can also purchase a tarjetabús pass which can be topped up and allows you to change between lines free of charge within one hour. The card costs €7 and is sold with an initial charge of €5, plus an additional €2 deposit. Top-ups can be €5 or increments (10, 15, 20, 25…) up to a maximum of €60, and €0.74 is discounted for each journey. It can be bought at newspaper kiosks, shopping centres, banks, at the City Hall, in customer service offices, etc. In addition there is the Zaragoza Card, which is valid for travel on sightseeing and urban buses, and can be bought for 24, 48 and 72 hours, at a price of €20 a day.http://www.zaragozacard.com/Which is the best option? Depending on the length of your stay in Zaragoza and the number of journeys you intend to make, choose between single tickets or the Tarjeta BUS card, which offers a considerable discount on each journey.
The tourist bus is a good way to see the most emblematic sites in Zaragoza, such as the Aljafería Palace and the Plaza del Pilar square. Remember that this service only runs at certain times of year. This is a double-decker bus which runs to the most interesting places in the city. Tickets cost €8 per adult. There are also other ways to get around in Zaragoza, such as the Night Bus, which runs on particular days in June, July, August and September and costs €11 per adult; the Megabús, a fun route for the whole family to discover cinema sets throughout the city and which costs €8 per adult; the Group Sightseeing Bus and the Tourist Taxi, with two routes around the city.