Fiscal is located some 230 miles (370 kilometers) from Madrid, the capital of Spain.
Aragon is visited by people from all over the world. To understand why, rent a vehicle and explore the popular attractions around Fiscal. Escarrilla, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, and Bielsa lies 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.
Approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the south of Fiscal is Barbastro, a regional center where you go see Bodegas Raso Huete, Bodegas Enate and Plaza del Mercado. Bodega Irius, Bodegas Lalanne and Bodegas Olvena are also good to visit.
If the weather is fine, head outdoors to experience Aragon's open-air museums and open-air exhibits. To learn about the local culture, make a beeline for Aragon's art galleries, history museums and art museums.
The Aragon area offers travelers plenty of gentle activities, such as bird watching and cycling. Sometimes, one of the most effective ways to understand a place is by tapping into local knowledge. This region has some interesting cycling tours and city walking tours.
Local food is an integral part of any culture and an excellent way to get a feel for somewhere. Olive oil as well as almonds are common ingredients used in cooking in this area. There are plenty of special dishes locally. Taste chireta (spanish haggis) or bacalao al ajo arriero (baked cod with garlic). Aragon desserts such as bizcocho de calatayud (sponge cake) are also a good thing to try.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend your last euros on last-minute mementos and say Adiós to the people you've enjoyed getting to know and the landscapes you've seen.