These Roman ruins are located within 4 kilometers of Calatayud. They are very interesting, and actually still in progress. If you like archeology, do not hesitate to visit them! Admission is free. There are different signs placed among them to show what had been found in the ruins. It is also worth it to visit the Museum of Calatayud, where you can see objects found in Bílbilis: You will see Coins, mosaics, paintings, ceramics ... I called the date "before Huérmeda" still many miles on a road very narrow and full of curves in which only two cars could fit at once. Of course, the panoramic was very lovely but quite dangerous. Also the people that we met in the neighborhoods of Terrer, Ateca, Castejón Firearms (where we had the cottage) were very welcoming Calatayud. Being totally lost in this narrow road, not knowing if we had to go forward or back, alone, we meet at last! With a car that stopped to explain where we were the ruins. A very nice man who even invited us to approach the next village to offer a cup of broth. We are used to living every man for himself, in big cities, always running, so a detail as simple as a broth, let "disrupted" all morning. Thank you!!