Getting to Zaragoza

By Road

Zaragoza has a privileged geographical location that can be reached by motorway, freeway or national road from Huesca, Teruel, Valencia, Madrid, Bilbao, Pamplona and Barcelona.

The Autopista del Nordeste (A-2) connects Zaragoza with Madrid and Barcelona. This motorway is free of charge since September 2021.

Zaragoza is connected by road to the Basque Country via the AP-68, also known as the Autopista Vasco-Aragonesa or Autopista del Ebro.

The Autovía Mudéjar or A-23 runs from Valencia to the French border, passing through Teruel, Zaragoza and Huesca.

The belts Z-30 and Z-40 surround Zaragoza and provide an easy access to any point of the city centre.

Zaragoza is connected by bus to many Spanish cities, arriving at the Zaragoza Delicias Intermodal Station located within the city.


By Train

Travelling by train is one of the most used alternative ways of getting to Zaragoza. There are direct AVE trains from different cities in Spain. Check all the available routes.

If you come to Zaragoza by train you will reach the Zaragoza Delicias Intermodal Station, allowing good communication with different points of the city and the airport.

The Congress has a RENFE bonus for all attendees:

This bonus applies a 10% discount on any of the prices open to the public at the time of purchase, in any of the available options (Basic, Pick & Mix, Comfort Pick & Mix and Premium), always offering the best price guaranteed for discount users.

To request the RENFE discount card (via e-mail to it is compulsory to have formalised the registration.

Zaragoza-Delicias Station is served by city bus lines 21, 25, 27, 42, 51, as well as the C-1 commuter train line.


By plane

Zaragoza Airport connects Zaragoza with several Spanish and European cities.


How to move


TheZaragoza Tramway is a tram network that provides service to the city of Zaragoza. Consult the map of line 1.

Urban bus

Grupo Avanza buses provide the urban transport service. Consult the map of bus lines.

In addition, Zaragoza Tourism offers a Tourist Bus service in different modalities, ideal for getting to know all the points of interest in the city.

The Avanza group also offers a tourist bus to get to know the city.


Some of the car parks close to the congress venue are the following:


Salduba, s/n – 50003 ZARAGOZA
976 202 001
Height: 1,85 m
Open: 24 h


Avda. César Augusto, 52 – 50003 ZARAGOZA
976 282 184
Height: 2,05 m
Open: 24 h


Plaza de Miguel Salamero, s/n – 50004 ZARAGOZA
976 210 060
Height: 1.90 m
Open: 24 h


Plaza de San Francisco, s/n – 50009 ZARAGOZA
976 564 176
Height: 2.20 m
Open: 24 h


Felipe Sanclemente, 10 – 50001 ZARAGOZA
976 227 759
Height: 2 m
Open: 24 h


León, XII, s/n – 50008 ZARAGOZA
976 221 486
Height: 1,75 m
Open 24 h


Marqués de Casa Jiménez, s/n – 50004 ZARAGOZA
976 235 393
Height: 2 m
Open: 24 h


Plaza Emperador Carlos V, 8 – 50009 ZARAGOZA
976 554 790
Height: 2,15 m
Open: 24 h


Vía de la Hispanidad, 20 – 50009 ZARAGOZA
976 750 085
Height: 2,40 m
Open: 24 h


Hernán Cortés, 31- 50005 Zaragoza
976 22 05 27
Height: 2,35 m
Open: 24 h


Taxi contact telephone numbers in Zaragoza are the following:

Radio Taxi Zaragoza

976 42 42 42

Cooperativa de Auto Taxi

976 75 75 75

Taxi Zaragoza

658 65 03 33


The Commuter Zaragoza network is an intercity train service that provides service to the city of Zaragoza and its metropolitan area and belongs to Renfe Cercanías.