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How to get

Aircraft
The airport is situated at 10 kilometers from Zaragoza, capital of Aragon’s autonomous region. From the web page you can consult useful information: airport guide: access, means of transport, destinations, departures, arrivals and common questions.
Zaragoza Airport
Airoport Road, s/n 50190 Zaragoza
Telephone: 976 712 300
Fax: 976 780 624

Rail links
Zaragoza has grown up during a long time and until present time as a fundamental link for peninsular railway, stating you can arrive in Zaragoza by train from practically anywhere in the Iberian Peninsula.
Zaragoza counts nowadays on a new railway station: Delicias Inter-link Station, a complete center situated on a 75 hectare plot. The project also include to build a bus station, shopping and business centers and two hotels.
As well as another lines, since 2005 several trains AVE (high-speed train) does these lines: * Madrid — Zaragoza — Lleida
* Madrid — Zaragoza — Huesca
Delicias Inter-link Station
Navarra Av., s/n Zaragoza
Information and reservation: 902 240 202

Coaches
Many routes of coaches connect Zaragoza to practically all cities of Iberian Peninsula and the most important cities of European countries, including the Czech Republic or Poland, as well as Nort African countries like Marroco.
Although nowadays there are several bus stations in Zaragoza, in the next year all of them will be centralized in only one: Delicias Inter-link Station. Therefore, this place of the city and the railway station will constitute a modal swap which will promote the transport in Zaragoza’s area.

Roads
Zaragoza is a main point in Spanish road communications because of its motorway to Bilbao and Barcelona, the Aragón dual carriageway joining it to Madrid and the future Somport-Sagunto dual carriageway which will link Valencia to the French road network through the Aragonese Pyrenees. All these facilities offer to the city an excellent communications infrastructure.
The Sagunto-Teruel-Zaragoza-Huesca-Canfranc line will be for high-speed use on the itinerary between Teruel-Zaragoza-Huesca. Between Teruel and Sagunto, during early stages of the Plan of Infraestructure 200-2007 is planned its improvement in the Conventional Lines Program.
Thus, there will be a dual carriageway between Huesca-Jaca-Pamplona. The research for the dual carriageway between Jaca and Pamplona is being written and the Huesca-Lérida has already been approved.

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