Zaragoza, also known as Saragossa, is the fifth largest city in Spain with metropolitan population of roughly eight hundred thousand people. It is also the capital city of the Autonomous Community and former Kingdom of Aragon. The city lies along the Ebro River and its main tributaries.
From the Zaragoza Travel Guide
The lady was really friendly but didn't speak ANY english. The shower was broken and fortunately we were on a motorbike, for cars would have been 2km down the road at a cost. The room was clean and tidy. ... more
HELP -- first time backpacker
Hi!! I've heard about a new coach network traveling within Spain & Portugal for backpacking enthusiasts called Eurohop - www.eurohop.eu. I checked on their webpage and they are doing some great discounts. - Eastern Route, including Madrid-Zaragoza- Barcelona-Valencia and back to Madrid = 50 pounds ...
Stick to one country or see as much as possible?
That is a really long bus ride from London to Pamplona. I would save time by getting a flight on Ryan Air to someplace closer and then taking a local train. You can get a flight from Standsted to Zaragoza for about 40 dollars. Then take the regional train, only 1 or 2 a day, but really cheap and pretty ...
Monday 7th October 1985 Hang around in the early morning waiting for a bus that will put mke down before Zaragoza. Dirt road from Zaragoza to ? Comalopa where I hope to find some indian costumes at the market. Appalling road, helpful locals, pine forests. Quiet town of one storey breeze block houses, many ...
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