Tarazona Travel guide
Tarazona : Michelin's recommendations
During the Middle Ages, Tarazona was home to the kings of Aragón. The royal residence later became the bishops’ palace, which is now surrounded by an attractive old district of narrow streets overlooking the banks of the River Queiles.
Tourist attractions Tarazona : Things to see and do
E - 50500 Tarazona
Several styles are represented here: Aragon Mudéjar (belltower and lantern tower, cloister), Renaissance (portal), Gothic with the tombs in the second chapel in the left ambulatory.
Plaza España 2 E - 50500 Tarazona
This small enclosed square is surrounded by 18C buildings and was once a bullring.
Teresa Cajal, 24 E - 50500 Tarazona de Aragón
Hotel Brujas de Bécquer offers free Wi-Fi, rooms with views and private parking for free. The hotel is in the historic city of Tarazona, at the foot of the Moncayo Mountains. Facilities at Brujas de Bécquer include a café with snack-bar and a tradit..
Plaza La Merced 2 E - 50500 Tarazona de Aragón
Built in 1501, this restored townhouse offers a traditional restaurant and stylish modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. It is situated 200 metres from Tarazona Town Hall, in the historic city centre. Each air-conditioned room at La Merced de la Concordia o..
Visconti, 15 E - 50500 Tarazona de Aragón
This converted 16th-century palace is located in Tarazona, 300 metres from the town’s 13th-century Cathedral. It offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Hotel Condes de Visconti’s chic bar serves a range of dri..
Marrodán 34-1º E - 50500 Tarazona
Access to this first-floor restaurant is via the café on the ground floor. Small reception area, as well as a dining room that can be panelled off and split in two. The speciality is meat and, to a lesser extent, fish - all grilled over a holm oak wo..