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Find the best Panticosa Hotels with Hotels.com. Nestled deep in the Tena valley, the city of Panticosa is an exciting place for the tourist looking for a wonderful vacation spot. Go cross-country skiing down the slopes or relax at Panticosa's famous spas and thermal baths - it is a great place to vacation! Hotels.com will give you detailed descriptions and clear photos for every Panticosa accommodation you search for. As you are looking, Hotels.com shows you the distance each Panticosa hotel is from the city. Hotels.com gives you all the tools you need to make the decision. And if you are still unsure, the site features honest reviews from past hotel guests. Hotels.com has all that you need to find the right hotel.

What's Panticosa Like?

Panticosa is an easily enjoyable city. Resting on the Caldares river in Huesca, Spain, Panticosa has a noticeable Old World feel, containing a village filled with traditional stone houses, cobbled streets, and Romanesque churches that date back to the 13th century. Panticosa also has a modern element: spas, luxury hotels, casinos, and the yearly Southern Pyrenees Music Festival (located near the Lunuza reservoir) are all notable features of Panticosa. Many of the local hotels and restaurants offer the best in local Aragonese cuisine. The food is aromatic, hearty, and rustic. Try the jamón ibérico, an excellent, world-renowned regional cured ham. A well known aspect of Panticosa is the ski slopes, including the famed ski slope Sallent De Gallego, located a few miles outside of Panticosa. It contains beautiful snow-tipped peaks and various terrains to ski. The fun is certainly not restricted to the winter season. During the summer, chair lifts can be ridden to Lake Sabocos and Lake Asnos.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Panticosa

Dealings with the locals can make or break a vacation. In the case of Panticosa, there are not too many locals to deal with, as only 800 or so people reside in Panticosta. The people of Panticosta (with female citizens referred to as "Panticutas" and the males "Panticutos") are friendly and welcoming. Fitting in with the local population will be much easier with a moderate level of Spanish knowledge, which a phrasebook could easily help with if you do not speak Spanish. Locals in Panticosa are absolutely used to tourists and are very accommodating to newcomers. However, locals are often even more patient with new Spanish speakers, making the city the perfect place for brushing up on your Spanish. Friendly locals and a great atmosphere make Panticosa one of the best tourist spots.