Equidistant between Zaragoza and Valencia, Teruel, a World Heritage city, owes its fame to the mausoleum of "Los Amantes", the imposing Mudejar architecture of its buildings and the drums and trumpets of its solemn Easter processions. But it is also an interesting destination for small or medium-sized business events. And any programme of leisure activities should include the many charming localities that populate its countryside, especially the magnificently preserved medieval village of Albarracín, near where the river Tagus has its source, Alcañiz or Samper de Calanda.
A land that encompasses glaciers, high mountains and ravines and densely wooded slopes of the Pyrenees, the fertile and arid steppe of the majestic river Ebro, and the steep valleys of the Sierra de Teruel, Aragon is one of the richest regions in biodiversity in Europe. Its 13 protected areas - including the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, the Ordesa-Viñamala Biosphere Reserve and the Dehesa del Moncayo Natural Park - constitute a powerful incentive for lovers of active tourism, nature, adventure sports or skiing.