Hello, zaragoza

Zaragoza, the capital of Spain's Aragon region, has a privileged location, equally distanced from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. The city is connected by an international airport and a high-speed railway line (AVE). Visitors can expect a delicious gastronomy and a rich heritage of historical monuments: Basilica del Pilar, Cathedral of San Salvador, Aljafería Palace, the paintings of Goya or the Mudejar–UNESCO Heritage of Mankind. Local architecture combines Islamic and Gothic styles — an absolute must-see.

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Alma Mater Museum

The Alma Mater Museum is located in the oldest part of the "Casas del Obispo" (Bishop houses), with the entrance in Paseo Echegaray y Caballero. During your visit you will see remains from various eras: Roman, Gothic, Mudéjar and Renaissance, with significant architectural features from the restoration of the Palacio Arzobispal (Archbishop's Palace).

CaixaForum Zaragoza

This is the cultural and social centre of La Caixa Obra Social (Social Projects). The building is the work of Carme Pinós Studio. Its exhibition rooms house both art and science exhibitions. It offers an extensive activity programme for all ages.

Zaragoza by bike

Zaragoza is ever more accessible and sustainable. Discover this tourist destination by bike - with over 100 kilometres of bike lanes, this may be the best way to explore the city.

IAACC Pablo Serrano Museum

The museum dedicated to Pablo Serrano lies in the Paseo María Agustín, on a site which formerly housed the workshops of the Provincial Orphanage. The museum displays a collection of works by the sculptor and his wife, painter Juan Francés, and is a key venue for the promotion of contemporary culture.