Things to see and do - Zaragoza
Unmissable tourist sites
Zaragoza Travel guide
Zaragoza : Michelin's recommendations
The history of Zaragoza, capital of Aragón, is marked by two heroic and bloody sieges (1808-9), during which it withstood Napoleon's troops. Most of the town was rebuilt in the 19C, after damage incurred during the War of Independence. Its buildings are not particularly noteworthy but its historic centre is well worth a visit. The 2008 World Expo has further enhanced Zaragoza’s dynamic character. The festival of El Pilar serves as a reminder that Zaragoza is also an important religious centre.
Tourist attractions Zaragoza : Things to see and do
E - 50000 Zaragoza
The cathedral of Zaragoza owns an impressive collection of some 60 Gothic tapestries displayed in rotation in its Museo de Tapices. Exhibits include the Sailing Ships, the Crucifixion and the Passion. All are French or Flemish, woven in Arras or Brus..
E - 50000 Zaragoza
The Seo, or cathedral of Zaragoza, encompasses a range of architectural styles from Romanesque to Churriguresque, but it is the Gothic style which dominates here. Five naves of equal height lend an impressive appearance to this interior. The Gothic a..
Diputados, s/n E - 50004 Zaragoza
An 11C Arab palace built by the Bennihud family, the Aljafería was redesigned for the kings of Aragon and later for the Catholic Monarchs. It was given over to use by the Inquisition before being turned into a barracks. It is divided around a rectang..
Espoz y Mina, 33 E - 50003 Zaragoza
Prix Prices from : 42 €
Hotel Sauce is located in the historic centre of Zaragoza, just 50 metres from the iconic El Pilar Basilica. It offers private parking, a 24-hour reception and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. The hotel serves a homemade buffe..
Plaza Nuestra Señora del Pilar, 11 E - 50003 Zaragoza
Prix Prices from : 45 €
Set in a listed 19th-century building in central Zaragoza's Old Town, Hotel Las Torres offers views El Pilar Bascilica, located next to the hotel. Each air-conditioned room has chic, contemporary white décor. All rooms have king-size beds, free Wi-F..
Don Jaime I 54 56 E - 50001 Zaragoza
Fantastically located in the historic centre of Zaragoza by its famous river, this smart hotel serves a buffet breakfast in its cheerful restaurant. The city's famous Pilar Basilica and cathedral are a short walk away. With its central location, Hot..
Leisure activities Zaragoza
Save money and time when you explore historic Zaragoza with a city card. Visit 18 museums and monuments, travel on public buses, hop on and off sightseeing tours, and join a guided walk. It's all included! Plus, enjoy savings at dozens of restaurants..
José de la Hera 2 E - 50001 Zaragoza
Simple premises of elegant appearance, which offers an elaborate variety of tapas and bar-snacks, as well as four tables with appropriate décor for savouring its snacks.
José de la Hera 6 E - 50001 Zaragoza
Bar-snacks sales display offering suggestions which is the finest of introductions. The warmth of the bullfighting decoration creates a warm and very welcoming atmosphere.
José Nebra 3 E - 50007 Zaragoza
An impressively run family establishment with the owner working front of house and his wife in charge of the kitchen. Bar-cum-waiting area and two modern looking dining rooms. Creative cuisine with traditional roots, centred around high quality ingre..
pl. San Pedro Nolasco 5 E - 50001 Zaragoza
Intimate, welcoming restaurant with attention to detail, both in furnishings and in its table service. The room's main features are its rounded shapes. Regular clientele.
Blasón Aragonés 6 E - 50003 Zaragoza
This restaurant is located in a centrally located pedestrian street. The dining room is minimalist in design and has a kitchen semi-visible to diners. Enjoy contemporary dishes with harmonious flavours and the occasional creative touch.
paseo Fernando el Católico 62 E - 50009 Zaragoza
A reliable and efficiently run family restaurant. It has a bar at the entrance, two dining rooms, and one private section, all meticulously appointed in a classically elegant style. Traditionally based cuisine with a contemporary touch is served.
Mártires 12 E - 50003 Zaragoza
Vegetables take pride of place at Casa Lac! Full of history, this restaurant has a licence stating that it is the oldest restaurant in Spain (1825). Pleasant tapas bar and two dining rooms - the room upstairs with its 19C ambience is the more atmosph..