Zaragoza-Delicias railway station

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Av Navarra, Zaragoza, Spain
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station - Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station - Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station - Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station - Zaragoza-Delicias railway station

Zaragoza-Delicias railway station Reviews

Chokk Chokk
1729 reviews
Huge and efficient Oct 22, 2013
I arrived at the Zaragoza-Delicias railway station after around 1,5 hours train ride from Madrid. Where Madrids Estación de Atocha had been a very busy train station, it was very different in Zaragoza. At the time of the arrival, which was at 6.51 pm it was pretty empty. The train station was huge, and I must say that my first impression was that I was pretty amazed.

The inner station covered more than 8 tracks and I was looking at the ceiling and the stealth look that it had. I was in the last wagon so I had a good walk getting up to the plateau from where I had a better view of the whole area. The taxis were located at the far end of the station and even if it was raining when I arrived they had not much to do.

The train station is located outside the city center and it will cost you around 20 – 25 euro to get into the inner city depending on traffic. You can also use a bus line (number 51) from the station to Plaza Aragon (downtown). On the webpage Renfe.com you can purchase some tickets on-line otherwise you have to purchase them from the station directly. On the webpage www.tuzsa.es you can check the bus lines, but only in Spanish.

When you are leaving from Zaragoza-Delicias railway station be sure to have bought something to drink if you need it before you enter the area as you can not buy anything after the security control.
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
Zaragoza-Delicias railway station
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wandafromtexas says:
Usually trains are MY way to go. Did bus it once from Cordoba to Granada...no stops ..no water...finally begged a couple for some of their water! Enjoy your new week!
Posted on: Nov 03, 2013
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