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We indicated where they are and how to arrive at our central offices in Calatayud.

Access by Road

Calatayud is in a privileged position, well served by transport links. The high-speed AVE trains stop in Calatayud, providing fast access from Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona, whilst the A-11 Autovia connects the city with the major cities in Spain, putting Calatayud in the commercial center of the country.

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  • 241 Km. from Madrid
    Take the A-II north-east to Calatayud, get out the N-234 direction Daroca
  • 389 Km. from Barcelona
    Take the A-II south-west to Zaragoza, then continue to Calatayud, get out the N-234 direction Daroca
  • 87 Km. from Zaragoza
    Take the A-II south-west to Calatayud, get out the N-234 direction Daroca
  • 281 Km. from Valencia
    Take the V-23 until it joins the A-23/N-234 to Maluenda
  • 336 Km. from Bilbao
    Take the AP-68 until it joins the N-122 (Gallur), follow until you reach the A-121 (Magallón), follow south until La Almunia de Doña Godina, then take the A-II south-west to Calatayud, get out the N-234 direction Daroca
  • 210 Km. from Logroño
    Take the AP-68 until it joins the N-122 (Gallur), follow until you reach the A-121 (Magallón), follow south until La Almunia de Doña Godina, then take the A-II south-west to Calatayud, get out the N-234 direction Daroca
  • 240 Km. From the French border

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