Hello, zaragoza

Zaragoza, the capital of Aragon, has a privileged location, equally distanced from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. The city is connected by an international airport and high-Speed 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).

Best things to do in zaragoza

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Caesaraugusta’s Route - Museum

Caesaraugusta is a Roman city bearing the name of its founder - Augustus Caeser. Discover the political centre and most emblematic public buildings of the Roman city:• Caesaraugusta Forum Museum• Caesaraugusta River Port Museum• Caesaraugusta Public Baths Museum• Caesaraugusta Theatre Museum


Zaragoza has a rich gastronomy. Combining tradition and innovation, the cuisine is largely based on high-quality local produce, such as lamb, Teruel ham, olive oil, and of course, wine! Stop by any local tapas bar to get a real taste of the local culture. Foodies should keep an eye out for gastronomic tours, which take place in the city all over the year.

La Lonja

Set within the most important monumental area of Zaragoza, by the Basílica del Pilar (the Town Hall), La Lonja is the finest existing example of Aragonese Renaissance civil architecture. A stunning beautiful, uniquely decorated building, it is currently used by the Zaragoza City Council as an Exhibition Gallery.

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).