Aragon Travel Guide

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Aragon Highlights

  • Pro
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    into-thin-air says…

     The Camí de Sant Jaume 2 is an excellent well-marked Camino 

  • Con
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    into-thin-air says…

     August isn’t the best time of year to walk this route, especially if combined with a heat wave ;-) 

  • In a nutshell
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     This is a more challenging Camino than most, but a great route passing a huge variety of countryside 

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Zaragoza

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130,363,125

Albarracín

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37,66,3

Teruel

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51,101,23

Huesca

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20,23,40

Torla

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5,23,0

Jaca

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8,24,23

Aínsa

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3,23,9

Bielsa

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5,12,4

Alquézar

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2,5,0

Roda de Isábena

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0,7,0

Benasque

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1,11,17

Tarazona de Aragón

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0,2,0

Sos del Rey Católico

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4,14,2

Sallent de Gállego

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8,8,13

Parque Nacional de Ordesa

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0,9,0

El Grado

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0,1,0

Daroca

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1,10,0

Cabañas de Ebro

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0,3,0

Belchite

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1,3,0

Zaragoza

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  • Pabellón Príncipe Felipe

    Zaragoza Sports & Outdoors

    The main purpose for my trip to Zaragoza was to follow Denmark in the World Cup in men's handball, and in the Pabellón Príncipe Felipe sports arena I watched the 1/8-finals between Denmark and Tunisia – and the match between Brazil and Russia. Pabellón Príncipe Felipe was built in 1990, and has a capacity of 10,744 spectators. It is primarily used...

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  • Hotel Sauce

    Zaragoza Hotels

    The hotel: don’t let discourage you by a quite anonymous entrance hall, this hotel is a very nice...

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  • Tired of listening latin music?

    Zaragoza Nightlife

    If you have more than thirty years, you should try this place. Near the latest hotspots of the city nightlife, opens until 4.30, and its ideal for taking the first two bowls of the night.Lots of gin brands, like Hendrick's, Citadelle (my favorite), Bulldog, London n1, Brecon, etcAlways playing not spanish music. Indie, house, and pop styles, nicely...

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Albarracín

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Teruel

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  • Lots of food options, with good views

    Teruel Restaurants

    While walking the hills of Teruel, you can easily work up an apetite. Some of the places in the trendy plazas can be a bit more expensive, but we foudn Invito Yo to be reasonably priced, particularly based on the location.The menu is varied, with everything from juicy hamburgers, to salads, to rationes, to a 11Eur menu del dia.The restaurant also...

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  • Hotel La Fabrica de Solfa

    Teruel Hotels

    Arrabal del Puente 16, Teruel, 44588, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Acueducto de los Arcos

    Teruel Things to Do

    Until the city had plumbing installed in the 19th century, water was carried into the confines of the city walls by means of an aqueduct which in itself was built in the 16th century. Before modern plumbing, cisterns were also used to store water for the people.The aqueduct has a few different levels of various arches, the middle layer being a...

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Huesca

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  • 1914 restored bus. Trips.

    Huesca Transportation

    18 months ago, with a grant from the council, a 1914 bus was lovingly restored and put to use as a site-seeing novelty. The bus leaves the Plaza Navara, in the centre of town, at 9am and ambles out to the more interesting villages where roman baths or castles can be seen, returnig to Huesca at about 1.45pm in time for lunch.

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  • Calle del Desengano

    Huesca Hotels

    Large family town house once used by the cannons of the catholic church untill the time of Elizabeth...

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  • Canyoning-Baranquismo.

    Huesca Things to Do

    Baranquismo or Canyoning is basically donning a wet suit (usually) and absailing into a ravine to follow it´s course. In some places you can jump from 3-10 metres into deep water pools (feet first!) and body surf down water washed smooth rocks. For first timers a guide is essential. Care should be taken with the weather as flash floods are quite...

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Torla

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  • Take a Hike

    Torla Things to Do

    If you go to Torla, it most likely is as a staging area into national park, Monte Perdido de Ordesa. This park is great for casual walkers to extreme climbers. We are way toward the casual end, and were extremely happy with the views we had for a hike/walk of about six hours.

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  • Quite magnetic.

    Torla Restaurants

    I have already done a bit about the Alto Aragón under accommodation but it certainly attracted people from the campsite and elsewhere as well as residents. I stayed three nights. Meals were not included but it never occurred to me to try anywhere else because the food was so tasty and the quantities were suitable for people who had been using...

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  • Into Ordesa

    Torla Things to Do

    There is no access for cars but there is a large single decker coach every 20 minutes from the large carpark below Torla village. This does not run during the winter but then cars are not banned.The bus stops on the way up at a National Park Exhibition Centre and you can get out and have a look then get on another bus to the terminus with the same...

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Jaca

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  • Aragon's Saviour

    Jaca Restaurants

    We’d spent a week in Spain. Zaragoza was a beautiful city, the Pyrenees were breath-taking, the hotels were lovely. Everything was as promised – everything except the food. Every bar we’d been to for tapas – sent willingly by the guide books – had a half-full bar, topped with cold, deep-fried, salty stodge, which was then thrown into a microwave....

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  • Barcelo Jaca

    Jaca Hotels

    Urbanizacion Lomas de Badaguas, Badaguas, Aragon, 22700, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • A real danger for your waistline!

    Jaca Shopping

    It’s worth to go to Confiteria Echeto if even just to see it: a fine shop from 1890!! However... I really doubt you can go there and resist to buy something. My favourite is the traditional cream-filled cake (“Jaqueses”). But there are so many delicious temptations!! You can buy as well great gifts for family and friends… or just to spoil...

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Aínsa

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Bielsa

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  • The hidden Valle de Gistain

    Bielsa Off The Beaten Path

    Driving up this valley, you think you are going to get to a dead end any minute. But suddenly you appear in a beautiful green open space. Lunch at San Juan de Plan - there are 3 or 4 places all serving great food. Go up to the top at Gistain - the men of this village once held a festival looking for wives (it was successful). I guess nowadays you...

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  • Bielsa

    Bielsa Hotels

    Ctra France s/n, 22350 Bielsa, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Camino de Ermitas

    Bielsa Off The Beaten Path

    The Hermitage trail - starts from Tella, is about 30 mins of walking on good paths around a series of Ermitas - litttle chapels on the hillside. Very good views, interesting visitors' books and a very pleasant stroll to wind down if you've just been up the high Pyrenees.

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Alquézar

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  • Adventure!!!!!!!!!!

    Alquézar Things to Do

    Alquezar is a very good base for many outdoor activities. There are expert companies that will guide you, rent material, etc. There are astonishing landscapes, and activities for all ages, tastes and physical condition... from peaceful hikes, horseback rides, canoeing, abseiling in canyons, white water rafting or mountain biking!

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  • A nice rest

    Alquézar Restaurants

    There are a few restaurants/cafes scattered around town. There is a big "square" (but not square-shaped) in the edge of the town, facing the valley. There are 2 or 3 restaurants, with outdoor tables. If weather permits, it's a really nice place to have a rest after climbing the castle (as we did), and sure it would be nice as well for lunch/dinner...

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Benasque

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  • Where to buy mountain equipment.

    Benasque Shopping

    When you are in Benasque and need to find all equipment to pratice any sport in the mountains, like rock climbing, montaineering, ski or other, you will find everything in the store Barrabes. Inside the Barrabes, a 3 floor building, there is a lot of equipment, you can buy what you missed in home or adquire new acessories.

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  • Araguells

    Benasque Hotels

    Los Tilos 1, Benasque, 22440, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

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Sos del Rey Católico

Sallent de Gállego

  • GREAT COOKING

    Sallent de Gállego Restaurants

    The restaurant is divided in two parts, in one the people who will eat the day's menu are seatted and in the other one those eating the general menu. Both are beautifully decorated, with the same look, there is no apparent difference and the food is great in both. We have tried the day-menu, which is very tasty and very well cooked and have also...

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  • Hotel Valle de Izas

    Sallent de Gállego Hotels

    Calle Francia 26, Sallent de Gallego - Formigal, 22640, Spain

    Good for: Couples

  • FRIENDLY BUT...

    Sallent de Gállego Favorites

    IT'S A BEAUTIFUL TOWN, QUIET WHEN IS NOT HIGH SEASON. YOU CAN BE IN PEACE THERE, PEOPLE ARE VERY NICE, BUT AT THE SAME TIME THEY WILL MAKE YOU KNOW THAT YOU WILL ALWAYS BE CONSIDERED A FOREIGNER (NO MATTER SPANISH OR NOT ). THEY ACCEPT TOURISM AND FOREIGNERS BECAUSE IS THE ONLY WAY OF LIVING THEY ACTUALLY HAVE, BUT SOME DO NOT ACCEPT OUTSIDERS...

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Top Aragon Hotels

Zaragoza Hotels
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Teruel Hotels
51 Reviews - 101 Photos
Albarracín Hotels
37 Reviews - 66 Photos
Jaca Hotels
8 Reviews - 24 Photos
Aínsa Hotels
3 Reviews - 23 Photos
Bielsa Hotels
5 Reviews - 12 Photos
Belchite Hotels
1 Review - 3 Photos
Arguis Hotels
1 Hotel
Andorra Hotels
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Alcañiz Hotels
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Villarluengo Hotels
1 Hotel
Uncastillo Hotels
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Tramacastilla de Tena Hotels
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Torrejón Hotels
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Sos del Rey Católico Hotels
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