HOW TO GET TO ZARAGOZA
Zaragoza is located in the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula, at a point equidistant from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. This privileged location makes the city an exceptional meeting point.
Located in the center of the geo-economic quadrilateral formed by Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and the Basque Country, Zaragoza constitutes a privileged enclave, gateway of Europe to the Iberian Peninsula, which has played a preponderant role in communications and exchanges since the Romans, more than two thousand years, they chose the site of the Iberian Salduba to transform it in Cesaraugusta. Trade, culture, art and industry flourished in a climate of tolerance, which made our city one of the clearest examples of the particular symbiosis in which Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together for many centuries.
Zaragoza has direct international flights, although only to some European capitals. To access from the rest of the world, we must take a plane to Madrid or Barcelona. Our city is very well connected with these two cities, both by train and by bus. Also, Zaragoza has an international connection by rail. The distances to these capitals are: Madrid, 325 Km. Barcelona, 296 Km. Bilbao, 324 Km. Valencia, 326 Km.
HOW TO GET TO CONTEST
Once inside our city, the wide network of urban buses will transport you to any point. These are the places where the events of the contest are held: