We visited as part of a long weekend in Zaragoza. If you don't have personal transport, there is a 9.00am departure from the bus station which get you gets you back about 7.30pm.
The park itself is beautifully maintained. The walk through the waterfalls is a stunning way to spend a couple of hours. Beware! some of the ups and downs along the trek are demanding. The monastery itself is quite a special place. Legend has it that this is where chocolate was first made in Europe. We bought some of their "chocolate puro" and it is very good. There are good and inexpensive dining options. We took a bottle of the local Catalyud wine. The marked up restaurant price of this very good wine was less than €7. Glad we made the time to do this excursion.
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