Zaragoza is the fifth-largest city in Spain. The northern city is situated in the province of Aragon on the Ebro River. The ultramodern Zaragoza Delicias Train Station was built in 2003. In the past, this extraordinary building has won architectural awards. Many high-speed trains run from Zaragoza Delicias. It only takes 1.5 hours to Madrid and even less to Barcelona. More than 3 million passengers use this station annually.
Do you want to visit Zaragoza's historical center or the varied region? There are two taxi stands at the station: one in front of the Arrivals Hall and the other one at the elevated bus station. City buses (lines 34, 51, C1, and C2) and intercity buses leave from here. A shuttle bus leaves for the airport from the Arrivals Hall. Inside the Arrivals Hall you can also rent a car; an ideal means to explore the region of Zaragoza. You can find the car rental companies Avis, National Altesa, and Europcar at the station.
The station has an information desk for tourists. You can buy tickets from ticket offices, but there are also ticket machines and check-in machines (here you can also pick up tickets reserved over the phone or via the internet). In addition, there are restrooms, luggage trolleys, a bank, telephones, luggage lockers, and ATMs. All facilities for the disabled are available.
You'll find cafeterias on both sides of the station. The station also has some shops, including a toy store, a children's clothing store, and a literature store. Do you have more time available? There's a movie theater next to the station.
The station is open 24 hours a day, but between midnight and 5.30 a.m. you need to have a valid ticket to enter.