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Instituto Universitario de Investigación en Nanociencia de Aragón (INA)
Universidad de Zaragoza
Edif. I+D, Campus Río Ebro
C/ Mariano Esquillor s/n
50018-Zaragoza, SPAIN

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Situated in the centre of the geo-economic rectangle made up of Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and the Basque Country, Zaragoza occupies a privileged position as Europe´ s gateway to the Iberian Peninsula, a role it has been playing as far as communications and exchanges are concerned from the Roman era up to the present day.
Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao are all some 300 km. away. The city´ s privileged geographical position favour its communication with the rest of Spain and the world, with a convenient airport, equipped with the longest runway in Europe, and with great potential for passenger and freight transport.
Zaragoza is at the hub of the motorway network of Northern Spain, linking Catalonia and the Basque Country with the Levante region and the Castillian plateau. In addition, Zaragoza is one of the main links in the rail network, and this is enhanced by the arrival of the AVE (High Speed Train) and Delicias Station as a passenger transport interchange.
 
 
 
Road
Train
Air transport
From Madrid
Ryanair(Londres, Milan)
 
 
From Bilbao
Bus
 
 
 
 
 
 
ROAD TRANSPORTS
 
Zaragoza boasts an excellent communications infrastructure, with the Northern Spain motorway network linking it to Bilbao and Barcelona, the Aragon Highway that links it to Madrid, plus the partly-built Somport-Sagunto Highway, which will link the city to Valencia and the French network via the Pyrenees.

Motorways

  • A-2 Zaragoza-Barcelona
  • A-68 Zaragoza-Bilbao
  • A-7 Zaraoza-Valencia

National Roads

  • N-II Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona
  • N-330 Autovia Levante a Francia por Zaragoza
  • N-232 Santander-Logroño-Zaragoza-Vinaroz
This road network also allows for an extensive passenger and freight transport service by road

Estación Central de Autobuses

Estación Central de Autobuses de Zaragoza
Estación Zaragoza Delicias - Avda Navarra, 80
Tel.: 00 34 902 49 06 90
www.estacion-zaragoza.es
atencionalcliente@estacion-zaragoza.com

City buses: Various city buses stop near Zaragoza Delicias Station. Routes: 51, 129, 142, 21, 25, 27, 42..
Route 51, 129 and 142  with a stop in the station. The remaining routes stop at the Delicias Civic Centre, next to the station.
For further information on city buses: www.tuzsa.es.
 
AIR TRANSPORT
 
Zaragoza Airport is located 10 km. from the city. Currently there are regular flights to Franckfurt, París, Londres, Bérgamo-Milán,  Roma Lisboa and domestic flights to  Madrid, Tenerife Sur, Lanzarote, Palma de Mallorca,  Santiago de Compostela, Málaga and Sevilla.  

Address

Ctra. del Aeropuerto, s/n.
Phone: 976 712 300
www.zaragoza-airport.com
Tourist Infomation
Tel. 976 78 01 44
infoturismoaeropuerto@zaragoza.es

How to get there

Connections from the airport to the city are by bus, taxi and rental car.
Airport bus: Agreda Automovil
Teléfono: 902 49 06 90

Bus stops: 1 - Paseo Pamplona, 19
2 - Plaza San Francisco
3 - Isabel La Católica (Cámara de Comercio)
4 - Vía Hispanidad, 100
5 - PLA-ZA (rotonda desvío Memory Set - Imaginarium)
6 - PLA-ZA (rotonda desvío Inditex)
Route: 25 min. Information and reservations

 

RAIL

Zaragoza Delicias Station

Station. Routes: 51,129, 142, 21, 25, 27, 42, CI1, CI2..
Route 51, 129 and 142  with a stop in the station.The remaining routes stop at the Delicias Civic Centre, next to the station.
For further information on city buses: www.tuzsa.es
Taxis and Car Rental
There is a taxi rank at the station exit.
  • Permanent service: National calls 902 240 202
  • Permanent service: International calls 902 24 34 02
 
 

 
 
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