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Fun for all the family in Aragon

Aragón

The Aragon region stands out for the variety of its environments. Aragon's wide area features diverse landscapes with rich native flora that invites you to enjoy nature first hand. Throughout Aragon – Huesca, Zaragoza and Teruel – it is a privilege to enjoy its fauna, nature and history through leisure. Here, you will find unique options for all visitors.

  • Nature in the Piedra monastery

    7Monasterio de Piedra

    Between centuries-old trees and large waterfalls hides a monastery of the Cistercian order, built near the Piedra river. In the heart of the province of Zaragoza is the Piedra monastery, a space of dreams and family fun, unique in Spain, located an hour and a half from Zaragoza.

  • Luis Buñuel Water Park

    7Luis Buñuel Water Park

    A park designed as a place of worship for our most precious natural resource: water. The former stage of the Expo 2008, you can now enjoy a space of nature in its purest form in the city. The ideal setting to do sports, enjoy the outdoors, disconnect from the urban environment, learn about the species that inhabit the largest rivers on five continents, and have fun with different leisure activities for the whole family.

  •  Roller coaster at the Zaragoza amusement park

    7Zaragoza amusement park

    An entertainment classic for all audiences in Zaragoza. The Zaragoza amusement park is part of the city's history. This fun space, surrounded by nature in the form of the Grande Jose Antonio Labordeta park and the Pinares de Venecia park, has an unbeatable leisure offer for all audiences, with 37 attractions, hotels and restaurants and an amazing event venue.

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex. Paleontological museum. Dinópolis, Teruel

    7Dinópolis

    Virtual reality, life-size replicas, and lots of fun while you learn all about the dinosaurs that ruled the earth millions of years ago.

  •  Escucha mining museum. Teruel

    7Escucha mining museum

    Would you dare go where the miners used to go, 200 metres deep?

  • Wolf

    7Wildlife Park of the Pyrenees

    If you want the experience of sharing the habitat of more than ten wild animal species living in semi-captivity, this is your biopark!

  • Romanesque San Juan de la Peña monastery

    7San Juan de la Peña

    Don’t miss this amazing gem of medieval architecture, embedded in a mountainside in the Pyrenees, and its visitors’ centre.

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