Huesca has a privileged situation in Northern Spain with good connections to the rest of the national territory via motorways, well-conditioned roads and high-speed and commuter trains.
With more than 50,000 inhabitants, the capital has a desirable quality of life with all the services and facilities needed. Its urban configuration and short distances allow visitors to walk around and enjoy its streets, parks, squares and its historic centre, with its outstanding monuments.
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Huesca is one of the three provinces of the region of Aragon in Northeast Spain. There are strong landscape contrasts and a variety of climates, from Alpine to Continental and Mediterranean together with a diversity of ecosystems, difficult to find in another place in such a small area. As a result, 13% of its territory are natural protected areas.
The province also boasts an important cultural heritage, with numerous examples of Romanesque art, as well as architectural treasures, plus a rich and varied gastronomy.