What was during the Middle Ages the capital of the Kingdom of Aragon has a rich heritage of monuments mingling the influences of the different cultures which have existed there. Medieval streets and broad frenchified avenues make up a city with an open and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Cultural wealth that, when speaking of cuisine, transforms itself into mouth-watering recipes. Zaragoza is also an excellent starting point for visiting landscapes like the Moncayo Natural Park, or touring historic towns like Ejea de los Caballeros and Sos del Rey Católico.
Address: Ctra. Monasterio de Piedra , km.4 Calatayud / Zaragoza
Telephone: 976 891 900
Address: Ctra. de Madrid, Km. 307. Apartado 3039 / Zaragoza
Telephone: 976 34 28 00
Address: Camino Viñales, s/n Pinseque / Zaragoza
Telephone: 976 61 76 13