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Cheap flights to Aragón

Aragon, or Aragón, is one of the autonomous communities of Spain, located within the northeastern area of the country. With an area of around 47,700 square kilometres or 18,400 square miles, it is coextensive with the medieval Kingdom of Aragon, and can be divided into the three provinces of Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel. The region records average temperatures of 14 degrees Celsius or 57 degrees Fahrenheit towards the middle, and 12 degrees Celsius or 52 to 54 degrees Fahrenheit, in the mountain areas.

What to see & do

Aragón is home to destinations such as Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, Aljafería, La Seo Cathedral, Monasterio de Piedra, Dinópolis, San Pablo, La Romareda, Sierra de Guara, Pico Posets, Church of Santa Engracia de Zaragoza, Tarazona Cathedral, Huesca Cathedral, Maestrazgo, Cerler, and Torre de San Martín, in addition to many more. The Basilica-Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pillar, situated within Zaragoza, is considered as the first church to be dedicated to Mary, in history. Among the Basilica’s chapels include Chapel of the Rosary, Chapel of Joachim, Chapel of Saint Lawrence, Chapel of Saint Braulio, and Chapel of Saint Anthony, to name a few. There’s also Dinópolis, a museum with three main exhibition halls, and a research laboratory. Among the largest museums of paleontology worldwide, the museum’s exhibition halls include Aquatic Life Hall, Dinosaur Hall, Mammal Hall, and Hall of Meteorites. Huesca Cathedral, or The Holy Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Lord, is a church northeast of Spain, within Huesca. Built in the late 13th century to around the 16th century, the cathedral serves as the seat of the Bishop of Huesca, and is also referred to as the Cathedral of Saint Mary Huesca. Cerler, or officially the Aramón Cerler, is located above the village of Cerler. It is a ski resort that has around 72 kilometres of marked pistes, and is among the highest resorts of the Pyrenees. The resort’s highest point is Gallinero peak, and features nine chair lifts, five ski tows, and around five magic carpet lifts. Aragón’s Torre de San Martín, or St. Martin’s Tower, is a medieval structure that was built in 1316 and renovated in the 16th century. Designated in 1986 to the UNESCO World Heritage List, the gate tower has been restored in 1550 due to erosion towards the tower’s lower section, caused by humidity. It features decorative ceramic glaze, with the roads passing through an ogival arch.

How to get around within Aragón

Aragón has great roads all throughout the region and its towns. Because of this, cycling is fairly popular throughout the region. Although focusing on the capital city, Zaragoza, most of the city is walkable. When sightseeing all over the city, there is a sightseeing bus available that will take its passengers throughout the city for a fare or for free when there is a Zaragoza card available.

How to get there

Within Aragón, from its capital Zaragoza, Zaragoza Airport has regular flights going into and out of Palma de Mallorca, Beauvais, Bergamo, Charleroi, London, Tenerife, Bucharest, and Cluj-Napoca, and seasonal flights to and from Lanzarote, Ibiza, and Menorca, through airlines such as Air Europa, Ryanair, Volotea, Vueling, and Wizz Air.

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