Take the motorway A-23/E-7 (Autovía Mudéjar) and follow direction Teruel for app. 70 kilometers from Zaragoza. Leave the motorway at the exit 210 indicating "Daroca - Nombrevilla - Romanos - Cataltayud". Then take the local road A-1506 towards Daroca.
Take the motorway A-23/E-7 (Autovía Mudéjar motorway) and, from Teruel, follow direction Zaragoza for app. 70 kilometers. Leave the motorway at the exit 181 indicating "Calamocha - Daroca". Then follow national road N -234, through Calamocha, and continue direction Daroca for app. 30 kilometers
Take the motorway A-2/E-90 (Autovía del Nordoste) direction Zaragoza. Leave the motorway at Calatayud, exit 232 indicating "Calatayud-Teruel-Daroca". Follow national road N-234 direction Daroca for app. 35 kilometers.
Several bus companies provide regular services to and from Daroca. The bus company "Agreda" connects Zaragoza with Daroca. Usually there are least three daily services. Busses of this company leave from the Estación Central de Autobuses de Zaragoza, which is situated at the same building as the main train station Zaragoza-Delicias. There are also three daily connections Teruel-Daroca which are operated by the bus company "Autobuses Jimenez". Transportation between Calatayud and Daroca, with two daily services, is provided by "Autocares Hermasa".
For the latest information on schedules and ticket sales please consult the websites of the buscompanies (see hyperlinks above) or call the following telephone numbers:
Zaragoza Bus Station (Tel. +34 902 490 690 )
Teruel bus station (Tel. + 34 671 304 178 )
Coaches Hermasa, Calatayud (Tel. +34 649 133 980 )
There are no direct train connections to Daroca, but the following train stations are in the relative vicinity of the town:
High-speed trains connecting Madrid with Zaragoza and Barcelona stop at Calatayud station, so do regional and local trains. From Calatayud train station you can take a taxi to the main bus station and from there catch a bus of the company "Autocares Hermasa" to Daroca (see the above information on bus connections).
There are also four daily regional train connections Zaragoza-Teruel-Valencia. The nearest stop is at the village of Badules, which is 16 kilometers to the east of Daroca (two daily stops). A further train station is at the town of Calamocha, 30 kilometers to the south of Daroca (four daily stops).
Last not least, there is also the train station of Zaragoza-Delicias, an important hub of the national train network, connecting Zaragoza with Madrid and Barcelona as well as the north and the north-west of Spain. From Zaragoza-Delicias there are at least three daily bus-services to Daroca (see above informations on bus connections).
For information on train connection, prices and ticket-sales please consult: www.renfe.es
Zaragoza airport, a small and but rather pleasant gateway to Aragon, is conveniently located 70 kilometers from Daroca (app. 45 minutes with the car) and 10 kilometers west from Zaragza itself.
Regular flights connections exist with Brussels, London, Paris, Milan (Ryanair), Bucharest and Cluj (Wizzair). There are also some inner Spanish connections, for example, to and from Lanzarote and Palma de Mallorca.
A regular bus service connects the airport with the city of Zaragoza and in particular the main train station (Zaragoza-Delicias) and the central bus terminal (see information above), where you can catch a bus to Daroca.
At Zaragoza airport there are also four car-hire companies (Avis, Europcar, Hertz, Atesa) where you can rent cars of all types and categories.