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Q&A : Travel to Aragon

Aragon is an autonomous community located in northeastern Spain. It is bordered by Catalonia to the east, Navarre to the north, Castile and León to the west, and the Valencian Community and Castile-La Mancha to the south.

The capital of Aragon is Zaragoza. Other important cities are Huesca and Teruel.

Aragon is rich in historical and natural heritage. Must-see sites include the Basilica del Pilar in Zaragoza, the natural park of the Aragonese Pyrenees, the monastery of San Juan de la Peña and medieval villages such as Alquézar.

Yes, Aragon has a rich tradition of festivals and cultural events. The most famous is probably “Las Fiestas del Pilar” in Zaragoza, which takes place in October. In addition, the region celebrates many local festivals throughout the year.

Aragon can be visited all year round. However, spring and autumn are especially pleasant due to the mild climate. Winter is ideal for winter sports in the Aragonese Pyrenees.

Although Zaragoza has a public transport network, the best way to explore the region is by car, especially if you want to visit the rural areas and natural parks.