How to get there
Getting to Zaragoza is easy. The capital of the Region of Aragon has a strategic location in Spain, almost equidistant (some 300 km) from other major cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. This means there are various different ways to get here.
Zaragoza is connected by means of the AP-2 (to Barcelona) and AP-68 (to Bilbao) motorways, the A-2 dual carriageway (to Madrid), the A-23 Mudéjar dual carriageway and the N-330 (Levante to France dual-carriageway via Zaragoza) and the N-232 (linking Santander, Logroño, Zaragoza and Vinaroz) national roads . Zaragoza is also encircled by two ring roads: the Z-40 and the Z-30, which give improved access to the various districts.
The city has a bus station inside the Zaragoza Delicias transport depot, where various passenger transport companies offer services connecting to a wide range of destinations.
Zaragoza is connected by high-speed train (AVE) with Madrid (approximately 1 hour 20 minutes), Guadalajara Yebes, Calatayud, Tardienta, Lleida, Huesca, Barcelona and Camp de Tarragona. The city has a modern multi-transport depot, Zaragoza Delicias, which can be reached from the centre in a few minutes on various city bus routes. Furthermore, Zaragoza has Inter-city rail services to major cities in Spain, as well as regional rail services.
The International Airport is 10 kilometres outside Zaragoza and has scheduled services to Spanish and European cities. You can reach the centre from the airport quickly using a taxi (the fare is about €25), and by bus (€1.70).
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