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Aragon, Spain

How much does it cost to travel to Aragon?

You should plan to spend around $136 (€126) per day on your vacation in Aragon. This is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors.

Past travelers have spent, on average for one day:

  • $45 (€41) on meals
  • $25 (€23) on local transportation
  • $140 (€129) on hotels

A one week trip to Aragon for two people costs, on average, $1,910 (€1,765). This includes accommodation, food, local transportation, and sightseeing.

All of these average travel prices have been collected from other travelers to help you plan your own travel budget.

  • Average Daily Cost Per person, per day
  • One Week Per person
  • 2 Weeks Per person
  • One Month Per person
  • One Week For a couple
  • 2 Weeks For a couple
  • One Month For a couple
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How much does a one week, two week, or one month trip to Aragon cost?

A one week trip to Aragon usually costs around $955 (€883) for one person and $1,910 (€1,765) for two people. This includes accommodation, food, local transportation, and sightseeing.

A two week trip to Aragon on average costs around $1,910 (€1,765) for one person and $3,820 (€3,531) for two people. This cost includes accommodation, food, local transportation, and sightseeing.

Please note, prices can vary based on your travel style, speed, and other variables. If you're traveling as a family of three or four people, the price per person often goes down because kid's tickets are cheaper and hotel rooms can be shared. If you travel slower over a longer period of time then your daily budget will also go down. Two people traveling together for one month in Aragon will often have a lower daily budget per person than one person traveling alone for one week.

A one month trip to Aragon on average costs around $4,093 (€3,783) for one person and $8,187 (€7,566) for two people. The more places you visit, the higher the daily price will become due to increased transportation costs.

Independent Travel

Traveling Independently to Aragon has many benefits including affordabilty, freedom, flexibility, and the opportunity to control your own experiences.

All of the travel costs below are based on the experiences of other independent travelers.

Is Aragon expensive to visit?

Prices in Aragon are reasonable and comparable to your average travel destination. Hotels, food, and sightseeing are generally within normal price ranges.

Within Europe, which is known to be an expensive region, Aragon is a moderately priced destination compared to other places. The overall cost of travel here is fair for the region and comparable to many other destinations.

For more details, and to find out if it's within your travel budget, see Is Aragon Expensive?

How much money do I need for a trip to Aragon?

The average Aragon trip cost is broken down by category here for independent travelers. All of these Aragon travel prices are calculated from the budgets of real travelers.

Category Cost
Accommodation 1 (Double Occupancy) 129 ($140)
Local Transportation 1 23 ($25)
Food 2 41 ($45)
Entertainment 1 35 ($38)
Alcohol 2 7 - 21 ($8 - 23)
Accommodation Budget in Aragon
Average Daily Costs

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The average price paid for one person for accommodation in Aragon is $70 (€65). For two people sharing a typical double-occupancy hotel room, the average price paid for a hotel room in Aragon is $140 (€129). This cost is from the reported spending of actual travelers.

  • Accommodation1 Hotel or hostel for one person
  • Accommodation1 Typical double-occupancy room

Hotel Prices in Aragon

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Transportation Budget in Aragon
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  • The cost of a taxi ride in Aragon is significantly more than public transportation. On average, past travelers have spent $25 (€23) per person, per day, on local transportation in Aragon.

  • Transportation1 Taxis, local buses, subway, etc.

Flights to Aragon
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Rental Cars in Aragon
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Food Budget in Aragon
Average Daily Costs

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  • While meal prices in Aragon can vary, the average cost of food in Aragon is $45 (€41) per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Aragon should cost around $18 (€17) per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner. The price of food in sit-down restaurants in Aragon is often higher than fast food prices or street food prices.

  • Food2 Meals for one day

Entertainment Budget in Aragon
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  • Entertainment and activities in Aragon typically cost an average of $38 (€35) per person, per day based on the spending of previous travelers. This includes fees paid for admission tickets to museums and attractions, day tours, and other sightseeing expenses.

  • Entertainment1 Entrance tickets, shows, etc.

Alcohol Budget in Aragon
Average Daily Costs

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  • The average person spends about $15 (€14) on alcoholic beverages in Aragon per day. The more you spend on alcohol, the more fun you might be having despite your higher budget.

  • Alcohol2 Drinks for one day

Aragon On a Budget
Aragon Aragon, Spain
If you want to head off the beaten track or simply get away from it all, head over to Aragon, Spain, where you won't have any trouble finding peace and quiet or uncovering ancient history in a region yet to be inundated with tourists. The population of Aragon does not exceed 1.5 million and less than a third resides outside of Zaragoza, which will make for the perfect adventure away from the crowds.

This particular region in Spain is special because it contains a great deal of mudejar architecture, evidence that, once upon a time, Christians, Jews, and Muslims lived side by side. Mudejar style architecture is unique to Spain and an interesting sight to see, a fusion of churches and mosques in an otherwise predominantly Roman-Catholic country. Within Aragon, there are three provinces: Zaragoza, Teruel, and Huesca.
Though it is the capital and the most-populated city in Aragon, Zaragoza is still considered a city less-traveled, especially since it just seems like a fly-over region, between Madrid and Barcelona. Nonetheless, Zaragoza is a great place to visit to dig up some history, art and culture.

Zaragoza experiences scorching hot summers and cold winters, with average low temperatures in the mid 30s to highs in the 90s. It rains most during spring and fall, but ultimately, there are more dry and sunny days throughout the year. Visit Zaragoza between April and mid-June or September to October to avoid the crowds of July and the deserted town in August when the locals take their vacations out of the city.

A few of the main sights Zaragoza are the Roman Catholic church, Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar and the Aljaferia Palace, a medieval Islamic castle built in the 11th century, now occupied by the Aragonese parliament. Within the city are numerous other churches and cathedrals that display mudejar architecture, such as La Seo, the church of San Miguel and the church of San Pablo. Don't miss Ascensor de Pilar, which provides a spectacular view over the entire city.

El Pilar is a major annual festival which begins on the 12th of October and lasts nine days. It is celebrated city-wide with concerts, performances, parades, street fairs, circuses, and dances to honor the patron saint of the city, the Virgin Mary of the Pillar.

When it comes to food, check out some of the bars in the El Tubo neighborhood. This is the perfect place for a tapas pub crawl, as the alleys are full of bars and restaurants.

Once you're in town, you can get around cheaply by bus or even more cheaply by foot.

In Huesca and Teruel, you can bask in natural scenery from pine forests to mountains to high plains. The highlights of Huesca consist of the Castle of Montearagon, numerous churches, and Spain's oldest grocery store, Ultramarinos La Confianza. Founded in 1868, it is specially known for its local and artisanal products, from cheeses made in nearby mountains to winter spices and salt cod.

Huesca's largest and most important, annual event is the Festival of San Lorenzo, celebrated from the ninth to the 16th of August. Huesca is also a perfect backdrop to explore canyons by rafting and rappelling, which are offered by a number of local tour companies. It also offers five ski resorts toward the north of the province; Cerler has the highest elevation at 2,621 meters. Rent a bicycle to get around the city and also to see the nature surrounding, including caves, rivers, canyons, and villages that may be difficult to access otherwise.

Teruel, located in the mountains 3,000 feet above sea level, experiences more extreme climate, with hot summers that exceed 100 degrees and cold winters which drop to an average of as low as 19 degrees Fahrenheit. On the up side, these extreme temperatures are perfect for drying and curing ham, a specialty of the region. Due to Teruel's remote location, it has remained isolated over the years and has a sparse population of only a little more than 35,000 today.

Teruel is also notable for medieval towns, forts of the Knights Templar, Moorish cave paintings and architecture, and bedrocks which contained some of the oldest dinosaur fossils in the Iberian Peninsula. Within Teruel, public transportation consists of city buses run by Grupo Autobuses Jimenez.
Food and Dining
Aragon's cuisine is varied, featuring ternasco asado, or roasted lamb, regional vegetables cardoon and borage, cured Teruel ham, regional cheese, and olive oil. Some of Aragon's popular regional dishes are Pollo al Chilindron, which is a dish of chicken made with onions, red peppers, tomatoes, and ham, and longaniza, a spicy regional sausage.

If you plan to visit all three major cities, a great starting point would be either Barcelona, which is about two and a half hours away from Huesca, or Valencia, about an hour and a half from Teruel from the south. The three cities are situated so that the roads run through from north to south so that you can make the trip either way, with Zaragoza as your second destination.

Zaragoza and Huesca each have their own airports but the airport closest to Teruel is Manises Airport in Valencia.

The Alosa Bus company serves both Huesca and Zaragoza. Huesca and Zaragosa are also well-connected by air and rail, but Teruel, on the other hand, requires that you take an additional car from the train station to get to the city in the mountains. You can also take the elevator built into the city wall, but you'll still need to be able to climb at least two flights of stairs to access it.


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1 Categories averaged on a per-item basis.
2 Categories averaged on a per-day basis.
For example, the Food2 daily average is for all meals for an entire day, while Entertainment1 is for each individual purchase. Thus, the overall daily average cost is not a summation of the individual categories.