Boasting monuments and history, Calatayud is worth a leisurely visit. Its historic quarter is the jewel in this city's crown, which combines tradition, modernity and large green spaces.

Don't miss out on the many buildings that reflect the Aragonese Mudejar art movement,declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. Take a stroll through the Jewish quarter or feel like a conqueror as you take a look at the five defensive points or castles in its fortified complex!

If you are looking for the fastest, most comfortable and most sustainable, low-cost way of travelling to Calatayud, then choose to travel by train. Your are bound to fall in love with this city. Whether travelling with your family, children or friends, you will always obtain the best price. Avlo high-speed trains make life easy for you.



Calatayud Station is open from 6:45 a.m. to 10: 40 p.m. and offers a range of services:

  • Ticket sale
  • Taxi rank
  • Connections to other Renfe train lines
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park 

Use our easy-to-use search engine to find all available Avlo, AVE and train schedules, fares and ticket prices to your destination.

  • Ternasco is the name by which young lamb is known in Aragon. You simply cannot leave the city without having tried it.
  • The Mesón de la Dolores is the oldest noble civil building in Calatayud. It belonged to the Marquis of Ayerbe and was the former Posada de San Antón until 1963.
  • The urban defensive complex, built more than eleven centuries ago, is the oldest preserved example built by the Arabs and one of the oldest in the Islamic world.
  • Not far from Calatayud is the Stone Monastery , a two-and-a-half hour tour surrounded by water, waterfalls and grottoes. Can you imagine anything more relaxing?