Aragon is a region in the north of . Despite seeing limited tourist traffic compared to other regions, it holds a wealth of unique sights, with villages and towns rich in architectural history picturesquely extending on the hillsides and in the valleys in the midst of the barren, mountainous countryside.

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is the capital and largest city of in , and one of Spain's five largest cities, but it is one of the least known outside of Spain.

is a city in , . By bus: Regular lines stop at Aragon square’s bus station.

is the capital city of the province of the same name in in .

is a small town standing on the rocks in , north of .


is the capital city of the province by the same name, and is one of three provinces in the autonomous region of Aragon Spain.

is a city in , . It is located 85 km from Zaragoza and approximately 230km from Madrid.

is in, , . This rather small village would be a perfectly un-notable community in the Pyrenees mountains if it hadn't been chosen in the 1920s as the the site of a Spanish-French border station.

or Hecho is a village in . The town has pretty stone houses, is surrounded by formidable mountains, and hiking trails abound.

is a city in . More of a stopping point than a destination, sees its fair share of travelers headed for the Pyrenees - summer or winter.

is in . or Villanueva de Sijena is a small village in Los Monegros, in the province of , autonomous community of Aragon, near the Alcanadre river.

is a village in the Spanish province of Huesca, located in the Pyrenees at the confluence of rivers Esera and Isabena.


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