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Taxi in Zaragoza

Information and Tips for Using a Taxi in Zaragoza


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Taxi in Zaragoza: the best way to explore the city

Zaragoza is the capital of the Aragon region in northeastern Spain and it can be a great stop between the country’s two most popular destinations, Barcelona and Madrid. Famous for its folklore, local cuisine, and Islamic and Gothic architecture, Zaragoza has something for all tastes.

Using a taxi in Zaragoza is the best way to explore as much as possible during your trip and get around quickly and comfortably. The fare for local taxis is great value for money, especially if you’re in a group of more than 2 travellers, saving you the trouble of looking for public transport options. You can find an official taxi on the street or at one of the many taxi ranks near central spots around the city; they’re easy to spot and safe to use any time of the day. You can also have a taxi pick you up from your location by using a taxi-hailing app or calling a radio taxi in Zaragoza.

If you like planning ahead, you can pre-book and pre-pay for your Zaragoza taxi; not only you’ll ensure reliable service whenever you need it but you’ll also be able to budget your trip beforehand.


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


24/7 Email & Phone support

How much does a taxi cost?

Taxi prices Day time
(05:00 - 24:00)
Night time
(00:00 - 05:00)

Fare of a taxi in Zaragoza

Using a taxi in Zaragoza is a very reliable transportation option as all official operators must use a taximeter to calculate their fares. Local authorities regulate the rates and have set the following tariffs for taxi drivers to adhere to;

Tariff 1 (Mon – Fri from 07:00 – 22:00)
Base fare – €2
Rate per km – €0.90
Radiotaxi fee – €3.50

Tariff 2 (Mon – Fri from 22:00 – 07:00, weekends, holidays)
Base fare – €2.65
Rate per km – €1.23
Radiotaxi fee – €4.50

These tariffs apply for rides within city limits; for long-distance rides, higher rates apply. Also, there are additional charges like an airport fee of €5.75, a waiting time fee, a holiday fee, and other charges set by the local authorities.

To budget your trip beforehand, the best option is to pre-book your taxi in Zaragoza with Welcome Pickups and enjoy peace of mind with a fixed fare that you’ll pay in advance.

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How to get a Zaragoza taxi

Finding a taxi in Zaragoza is easy as they’re available 24/7 all around the city. Most official licensed operators use white cars with the typical taxi sign on the roof. If the sign is lit, it usually means that the taxi is available so you can wave over to the driver and they’ll pull over to pick you up. If there aren’t any taxis around, you can head to the nearest taxi rank; they’re usually found all around busy areas in Zaragoza city centre and at busy locations like the airport, bus or train stations.

It’s also possible to use one of the available taxi-hailing apps on your mobile to order a taxi online. Finally, calling a radio taxi in Zaragoza is a popular option that is used to have a taxi sent to your location. There are many operators to choose from; some reliable options are:

Radio Taxi Zaragoza: +34 (976) 424 242
Taxi 75: +34 (976) 757 575
Taxi de Zaragoza: +34 (604) 854 280

If you have a fixed schedule during your trip and you wish to save time, you can always pre-book your Zaragoza taxi with Welcome Pickups for totally stress-free transportation.

Pre-booking a top-rated taxi in Zaragoza

Moving around by taxi in Zaragoza is a great option to enjoy quick and comfortable transportation during your trip. To save time and money, and enjoy the peace of stress-free transportation, there’s an even better option; pre-booking your taxi in Zaragoza with Welcome Pickups and take your experience to the next level with 5-star door-to-door service.

What you get with Welcome is not just transportation but a friend on the ground – from the moment you land at Zaragoza Airport and throughout your trip. All Welcome drivers are English-speaking professionals, hand-picked and trained to provide reliable, friendly, and personalised service. The booking process takes only a minute or two and you’ll get a quote as soon as you enter your pickup and drop-off locations, meaning you’ll know exactly how much each ride will cost in advance; a great way to budget your trip beforehand! No hidden fees or unpleasant surprises.

Another great benefit is that you can pre-book your transfers as early as you like without worrying about cancellation penalties. Welcome’s flexible cancellation policy allows you to arrange everything in advance and avoid the hassle during your trip.

Zaragoza taxi tips

  1. Only a few taxi drivers in Zaragoza speak English, so write down anything important in Spanish.
  2. Once you enter the taxi, ensure the taximeter is turned on and reset to the base fare of €2 by day and €2.65 by night.
  3. There is an additional fee for calling a radio taxi in Zaragoza.
  4. You can pay for your Zaragoza taxi by cash or using a credit or debit card.
  5. Tipping your taxi driver isn’t required or expected but it’s well-received if you wish to do so.

Wheelchair-accessible taxi in Zaragoza

Zaragoza, like most major cities in Spain, is an easily accessible city to travellers with reduced mobility and it offers multiple accommodation and transportation options. Although a regular taxi in Zaragoza should be able to fit a foldable wheelchair in the trunk, it’s unlikely to find a fully accessible taxi equipped with a ramp on the street.

To ensure reliable and safe transportation throughout your Zaragoza stay, you can book a fully accessible vehicle with Zarataxi by calling them at +34 (976) 750 962 or online through their website. It’s best to make arrangements before your trip based on the activities you have planned, to secure a ride whenever you need one.

Zaragoza taxi safety and complaints

Using a Zaragoza taxi as a tourist is generally safe and reliable but it’s important to use only licensed taxis to avoid scams or unsafe situations. All taxi vehicles should be equipped with a taximeter which should be visible to the passengers. If the driver refuses to use the taximeter, claims it is broken or tries to overcharge you, it’s best to get out of the taxi.

If you wish to file a complaint after the end of a ride regarding the cost or the driver’s conduct, you can address the company that the driver works for. If they don’t come up with a solution or the issue is more serious, you can also contact the local police by calling +34 (976) 724 100.

Frequently asked questions

How do I call a taxi in Zaragoza?

To have a taxi sent to your location, you can download one of the available taxi-hailing apps on your mobile and order a taxi online. Alternatively, you can call a radio taxi in Zaragoza over the phone by contacting operators like Radio Taxi Zaragoza at +34 (976) 424 242, Taxi 75 at +34 (976) 757 575, or Taxi de Zaragoza at +34 (604) 854 280.

How can I pay for my taxi in Zaragoza?

The only currency used in Zaragoza for any transaction is the Euro. You can pay for your ride using cash but all official Zaragoza taxi operators are also required to accept credit or debit card payments.

What’s the average cost of a taxi in Zaragoza?

The cost of a taxi in Zaragoza is calculated by using a taximeter and depends mainly on the total distance driven, traffic conditions, and time of the day. The average fare for a 10-minute ride around the city is between €4 and €8. A tip isn’t included in the final fare, nor is it required, but you’re free to leave a tip for good service.

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