this route is very easy to make, since it runs practically along the N-II, which becomes a highway between Zaragoza and Madrid. As planned, you can start at Ricla or at Almunia de Doña Godina, very close to Zaragoza (half an hour by car), along the highway and continue with the towns near this communication infrastructure. If you come from Madrid you can start with Alhama de Aragon and end with Ricla (or even Zaragoza).
|De Ricla a Alhama de Aragon.|
La Almunia de Doña Godina
Morata de Jalon
Torralba de Ribota
Cervera de la Cañada
Morata de Jiloca
Alahama de Aragon
|From Zaragoza to Tarazona||From Ricla to Alhama de Aragon||From Longares to Daroca|
|From Zaragoza to La Puebla||From Daroca to Mora||From Zaragoza to Peñarroya|
If you want to extend your information on Aragon you can begin crossing another interesting route is the Mudejar, Patrimony of the Humanity, also you can extend your cultural knowledge on Aragon examining its municipal and institutional heraldry without forgetting, of course, some of its emblematics figures as Saint George Pattern of Aragon also book of Aragon.
The information will not be complete without a stroll by its three provinces: Zaragoza, Teruel and Huesca and his shines, with shutdown in some of its spectacular landscapes like Ordesa, the Moncayo or by opposition the Ebro.
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