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How to get to the Auditorium of Zaragoza?
The Auditorium is part of a complex formed by the Auditorium – Palacio de Congresos and The Multipurpose Hall, intended to host fairs, sectoral exhibitions, youth concerts, etc.
It is located 20 minutes from Zaragoza Airport, 12 minutes from Zaragoza-Delicias Train Station and another 12 minutes from the city center.
Its connection with the rest of the city is excellent via taxi, bus, tram, bicycle, even walking.
Eduardo Ibarra street, 3.
50009 Zaragoza (España).
The City of Zaragoza is located in Aragon, in the northwest of Spain, can be accessed by car, bus, train or plane as it is located about 320 km. from Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia.
The Zaragoza Delicias Intermodal Station belongs to the Network of cities with High Speed Train Station and welcomes travelers who enter and depart the city by train or bus from virtually anywhere in Spain.
At 10 km you will find Zaragoza Airport, which connects the city with numerous cities in Spain and Europe through different airlines.
Airport Ctra., s/n.
Zaragoza International Airport is located 10 km from the city and receives daily scheduled flights from numerous Spanish and European cities, through the different airlines.
- Air Europe.
From the airport you can easily and quickly access the capital by bus (Line 501, with route every half hour) or by taxi.
Radio Taxi Aragón: +34 976 38 38 38
Radio Taxi Zaragoza: +34 976 42 42 42
Radio Taxi Cooperative: +34 976 75 75 75
The Zaragoza-Delicias Intermodal Station is located within the city, allowing good communication with both the city center, the different neighborhoods and the airport.
To get close to any point of the city, it has taxis or urban buses (Lines 51, Ci1, Ci2, 21, 25, 27 and 42).
Lines 51, Ci1, Ci2 and 34 stop at the station. The rest of the lines have stops at the Delicias Civic Center located next to the station.
You can reach Zaragoza via the madrid, Huesca, Teruel and Valencia motorways, or by motorway from Barcelona, Bilbao and Pamplona.
Entry from Europe is driven by the Somport Tunnel that connects with France and has easy access to the interior of the country.
- AP -2 Zaragoza-Barcelona
- AP -68 Zaragoza-Bilbao
- A-23 Mudéjar highway
- A II Madrid – Zaragoza hightway
- National road:
- N-II Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona
- N-330 Levante a Francia por Zaragoza
- N-232 Santander-Logroño-Zaragoza-Vinaroz
The city has a modern Transport Exchange station, the Zaragoza Delicias Intermodal Station, which can be accessed from the center in a few minutes with different urban bus lines: lines 34, 51, Ci1 and Ci2.