Canfranc is in, Aragon, Spain.
Canfranc International railway stationThis station, which could as well double as a "see" listing is without a doubt the main draw of Canfranc and "what put it on the map". While these days there are once again trains from Spain via Huesca, traffic from France which was not interrupted by the Second World War ceased in the 1970s after an accident damaged the railway infrastructure and it was decided not to rebuild it. Various stories of differing degrees of plausibility and truthfulness surround the station, including tales of daring escapes, espionage, smuggling and human tragedies and comedies.
The station shows signs of its age and of large parts of it having been unused for decades, but in summer 2018 works to renovate the station were begin which are planned to last until spring 2019.
Castillo de los ArañonesA 19th century defensive fort.
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del PilarA local church dating to the 20th century. The architecture is humble but impressive in its own way.