Things to see and do - Huesca
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Huesca Travel guide
Huesca : Michelin's recommendations
The capital of Upper Aragón, Huesca has a tranquil provincial feel which belies its rich historical past. First a Roman town, then an important Moorish fortress until 1096, Huesca was the capital of Aragón until 1118, when Zaragoza stole its title. During the civil war, the town was besieged by Republicans from September 1936 to 1938 and was partially destroyed in the violent battles that took place here.
Tourist attractions Huesca : Things to see and do
E - 22001 Huesca
The central Spanish Pyrenees cover the northern part of the province of Huesca. They include the highest peaks of the Pyrenean range: Aneto (3 040m), Posets (3 371m) and Monte Perdido (3 355m). Although the foothills are ravined, the heart of the mas..
E - 22002 Huesca
The elegant Gothic façade is strangely cut in two by a gallery and sculpted wooden canopy that is typical of the Aragon region. The retable of the alabaster altar (1533) is the work of Damián Forment.
E - 22001 Huesca
Linked to the church, and although very restored, the cloister of this former 11C monastery remains a capital witness to Romanesque sculpture in Aragon with its historiated capitals. In a Romanesque chapel, note the tombs of King Ramire II and Alfons..
Coso Alto, 52 E - 22002 Huesca
Rooms at Sancho Abarca offer free Wi-Fi, king-size beds with pillow menu, a wireless keyboard for computers and plasma-screen TV. The hotel offers massage services, a spa and fitness centre. Hotel Sancho Abarca is situated in the historic centre of ..
Joaquin Costa, 10 E - 22003 Huesca
Hotel Posada De La Luna is built around part of Huesca’s historic city wall. Each modern room offers free Wi-Fi access, a hydromassage shower and private balcony. Posada De La Luna is a small design hotel, inspired by the movement of the moon and pl..
Del Parque, 34 E - 22003 Huesca
Prix Prices from : 46 €
This hotel in the centre of Huesca features an outdoor swimming pool, a restaurant and elegant rooms. It is just 45 metres from the city’s municipal park and 150 metres from the cathedral. Hotel Pedro I De Aragon’s air-conditioned rooms have a balco..
María Auxiliadora 3 E - 22003 Huesca
A restaurant with a traditional-cum-modern ambience, stylish table settings and a unique kitchen with opaque glass walls. It offers creative dishes with their roots in traditional cuisine, as well as a good choice of set menus, with everything prepar..
pl. Justicia 4 E - 22001 Huesca
This restaurant has made quite a name for itself in a very short space of time. This is thanks to the regional dishes prepared with great attention to detail and presented with a contemporary flair by its two owner-chefs.
pl. de Navarra 4 E - 22002 Huesca
This elegant and distinguished restaurant occupies the ground floor of what was once the town's casino. Enjoy contemporary cuisine rooted in traditional recipes in the high-ceilinged Modernist dining room. Truffles take pride of place in season!
Tarbes 14 E - 22005 Huesca
San Lorenzo 4 E - 22002 Huesca
This gastro-bar is run with great passion, professionalism and unquestionable personality. There is a bustling bar area decorated in varying tones of white, an open-view kitchen, and a small modern dining room to the rear. Imagine the tasting menu of..