In Aragon Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park is very famous.
Aragon is famous for one of the most straight-forward cuisines in all of Spain
Aragon is also home to a number of fine cheeses
Aragon came into being as a self-proclaimed kingdom in 1035 A.D.
Aragon was once a powerful kingdom with territories stretching far and wide across the Mediterranean.
Aragon\'s northern province of Huesca borders France and is positioned in the middle of the Pyrenees.
Aragon is an autonomous community of Spain.
Aragon\'s climate can be defined like continental moderate, and is determined by its elevation changes.
Aragon\'s Pyrenees include splendid and varied landscapes with soaring peaks, deep canyons, dense forests and spectacular waterfalls.
Aragon begins high in the snow-capped Pyrenees along Spain’s mountainous border with France.
In Aragon Albarracin, a beautiful town which won an international award for historical preservation.
September is best month.
How to reach
The region is well connected by rail and road. The airport is at Zaragoza.
The A2 autoroute connects to Bilbao, and in the opposite direction to Barcelona and the whole of the Mediterranean coast.
The N11 links the region to Madrid.
There is an extensive network of local roads within the region where you can enjoy driving the way it used to be!
Huesca-Pirineos Airport is the airport serving the province of Huesca in Spain. Most of the traffic at the airport is domestic, to and from cities including La Coruña, Madrid, and Valencia.
Zaragoza Air Base located 16 kilometres (10 mi) west of Zaragoza, 270 km (168 mi) west of Barcelona, and 262 km (163 mi) northeast of Madrid.
Zaragoza Airport was one of three major USAF Cold War airbases in Spain, the others being Torrejón Air Base near Madrid and Morón Air Base near Seville.
Avoid cooked foods
Avoid unpasteurized milk
All travelers should bring along an antibiotic and an antidiarrheal drug
Black truffles and wild mushrooms is famous dish in Aragon.
The Jota (traditional dance) becomes the mark that identifies a whole people and is a constant factor of any festive occasion.
The music of Aragon, like its culture.
Other genres of traditional Aragonese music include albadas and rondas.
The region also features a unique local haggis, known as chireta, and several interesting seafood dishes, including various crab pastes, which developed from an old superstition that crabs help prevent illness.