YOUR STAY IN ZARAGOZA
Zaragoza is a city that offers a great variety of hotels and hostels, so you should not have any problem when booking your accommodation on websites such as booking.com, expedia.com, or hostelworld.com. You can find here more information.
The University of Zaragoza has agreements with several hotels in the city, which will offer a special price (breakfast included) to participants in the conference. See the whole list here.
If you are interested in booking at one of these hotels at special university rates, please contact the university travel agency (Viajes Halcón: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Zaragoza, the capital city of Aragón province in Spain, stands on the banks of the Ebro River. Its streets and small squares conceal a splendid array of monumental Roman and Mudejar architecture. It is the fifth largest city in Spain but it is very manageable. It is easy to orientate yourself in the city centre if you always bear in mind the key landmarks: Plaza del Pilar (where the Basilic, the town hall and the tourist office are located), and Plaza de España (the main square where Paseo Independencia ends and where the tram may leave you if you choose this means of transport).
For useful tourist information about Zaragoza visit the Zaragoza City Council website.
Zaragoza is a safe city, even at night. However, we would expect all participants to take the appropriate measures and be responsible for their own security. We also advise you carry a copy of your Identification Card or passport at all times during your stay in Zaragoza.
The currency in Spain is the European Euro (€). We strongly recommend that you exchange your money before your journey as currency exchange services may not be available at your arrival time. Local taxis, public transport, and restaurants will not accept any other currency.