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Cheap flights to Aragón

Aragón is an autonomous community in northeastern of Spain. It is comprised of three provinces, namely Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel. Despite its large size totalling 47,719 km2, the region only has a population of a little over one million, making it largely uninhabited. Most of the population reside in the capital, Zaragoza.

What to see & do

Dinópolis - Dinópolis, located in Teruel, is one of the largest paleontology museums in the world. Established in 2001, it features the following exhibition halls: Aquatic Life Hall, Dinosaur Hall, Mammal Hall, and Hall of Meteorites. In addition, the museum also features restaurants and shows. Within the establishment is a research laboratory and an active research team, called Fundación Conjunto Paleontológico de Teruel-Dinópolis.

Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park - The Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park is situated in the Pyrenees of Huesca province. The original national park in the Ordesa Valley had been established in 1918, but the protected area was enlarged to 156.08 km2 in 1982. The park's territory encompasses the municipalities of Torla, Broto, Fanlo, Tella-Sin, Puértolas, and Bielsa. The flora within the park is very diverse, depending on the elevations. Among them are forests of beeches, pines, oaks, mountain pine, bushes of boxwood, and others. As for fauna, the most notable ones include the golden eagle, bearded vulture, Pyrenean Desman, marmot, and boar. The most important species that lived in the park was the bucardo or Pyrenean Ibex, but this was declared extinct on January 2000.

Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar - The Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar is a Baroque-style Roman Catholic Church located in Zaragoza. Completed in 1754, it venerates Blessed Virgin Mary as Our Lady of the Pillar, and is known to be the first church in history dedicated to Mary.

Candanchú - The ski resort Candanchú is located near the town of Canfranc in the High Aragon of the western Pyrenees in Huesca. The area was originally the site of a military camp of the French Angevin dynasty called Camp d'Anjou. Its highest point is La Tuca peak at 2,400 m ASML and a vertical drop of 900 m.

How to get around within Aragón

Road conditions in Aragón are good enough not to require a 4-wheel drive should one rent a vehicle for getting around. However, there are certain places in Huesca that can only be reached and navigated by bike or 4x4; plan ahead on the places you need or want to visit to ensure being able to acquire the correct type of vehicle. In the major areas, taxis and sightseeing buses are efficient ways to travel. Zaragoza's old town and the areas surrounding it can be navigated on foot for the most part.

How to get there

The major airport in Aragón is Zaragoza airport, situated 16km west of Zaragoza. There are flights to Zaragoza from Beauvais–Tillé Airport in Beauvais, Il Caravaggio International Airport in Orio al Serio, Palma de Mallorca Airport in Palma de Mallorca, London Stansted Airport in London, Brussels South Charleroi Airport in Charleroi, Henri Coandă International Airport in Otopeni, Tenerife North Airport in Tenerife, and Cluj International Airport in Cluj-Napoca. The following airlines operate scheduled flights to Aragón; Air Europa, Ryanair, Volotea, Vuelling, and Wizz Air.

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