is located just 6 Km for the city of Zaragoza. A bus service runs from outside the terminal with a journey time of 20 minutes. There is bus service every 30min from Monday to Saturday and every 60min on Sunday. For further information visit www.consorciozaragoza.es
Zaragoza, a city for large eventsAfter the International Exhibition held in 2008, Zaragoza has become a modern, innovative and a sustainable city. You cannot miss the old city, with the Basilica of the Pilar, a heart of devotion for millions of people all over the world, the Cathedral of San Salvador and the Aljafería Palace, but also the new avant-garde architecture in the Water Tower, the Bridge Pavilion or the River Aquarium. Zaragoza offers a wide range of leisure and it is perfectly equipped for hosting congresses, conventions and exhibitions, with varied infrastructures and excellent transport links.
World Heritage: The Mudejar Art in ZaragozaOrdesa is a spectacular Pyrenean glacier valley whose relief is dominated by the Massif of Monte Perdido and surrounded by rocky fringes. Declared National Park in 1918 with an area of 2,000 hectares, it was extended in 1982 and now it covers more than 15,000 hectares and it is one of the most important in Europe.
Aragon has also high mountains dotted with gorges and canyons next to forests, lakes, valleys and deserts, the perfect scenario to practice tourist sports activities and to stage an unforgettable adventure.
World Heritage: The Mudejar Art in AragonMudejar is the name given to the Muslims who stayed on in Spain after the Christian Reconquest. These craftsmen and builders constructed and decorated new christian buildings, fusing together european christian styles with islamic traditions. In december 2001 Aragon's Mudejar architecture was awarded World Heritage status by the UNESCO in recognition of its outstandingly unique and irreplaceable artistic value.
Those who travel through Aragon may well be surprised at the large quantity and variety of architectural jewels that is to be found all over the region.
Snow sportsAragon has an excellent and varied offer for descent lovers with a total of 366 skiing kilometres. In the Pyrenees, the winter resorts of Astún, Candanchú, Formigal, Panticosa and Cerler; in Teruel, Valdelinares and Javalambre. You have an appointment with the Aragonese winter sports resorts, more and more modern and better equipped, in order to do the white sport on the slopes of treated snow.
The presence of snow in the Pyrenees for a long period of time allows also enjoying all kind of winter sports: snowshoes, cross country skiing, ice sports or even routs for mushing.
Such a rich gastronomy, fit for everyoneZaragoza is a city that boasts a highly professional and competitive restaurant selection complemented by our mini-cuisine tapas, one of the passions of the Zaragoza inhabitants which is quickly adopted by visitors.
By incorporating a wide range of products, Aragonese cuisine is based on popular dishes that vary depending on what area they are prepared in. You cannot miss the “Ternasco” -young lamb- from Aragon and the Teruel Ham. F
urthermore, we have four Wine Guarantees or Origin: Cariñena, Campo de Borja, Calatayud and Somontano.