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What to see in Zaragoza?

Delve into its ancient culture, the theater and Roman baths, tour its underground passages, visit the ancient 11th century Arab palace, the Aljafería, which was the residence of the Catholic Monarchs during the Reconquista.

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Discover also both the most urban culture thanks to the art galleries located throughout the city and one of the most beautiful rural neighborhoods in Spain, the Galachos de Juslibol, or the renowned Goya museum.

Dare to discover all the fascinating aspects of Zaragoza! A unique experience.



Fortified palace built in Zaragoza in the second half of the 11th century. It can be visited by all those who wish to know and enjoy its spaces. To access the interior, it is necessary to arrange a visit in advance.

Basílica del Pilar

Basílica del Pilar

The quintessential tourist spot of Zaragoza. A place revered worldwide, a must-visit for every tourist who comes to the Aragonese capital. It is open from Monday to Sunday from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM and from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Admission is free.



Exhibition center located on the former grounds of the Portillo station. It is mainly dedicated to temporary exhibitions and activities, and also features a store, an auditorium, a restaurant, and a rooftop viewpoint.

Catedral de Zaragoza - la Seo

Catedral de Zaragoza (La Seo)

Also known as the Cathedral of the Savior, it is one of the two cathedrals in Zaragoza, and both its exterior and interior are of great beauty. To access the cathedral, a small fee is required, which also grants the right to visit the Tapestry Museum of the Seo.

Galachos de Juslibol

Galachos de Juslibol

A space of high landscape, ecological, and cultural value, located on the left bank of the Ebro River, about 5 km from the center of Zaragoza. We recommend reaching the galacho on the Carrizal Train. This train takes you right to the door of the interpretation center and is very fun.

Parque del agua

Parque del Agua

Designed for the family to enjoy with multiple activities. Within the park, you can find vast green areas where you can run, play, and jump with the little ones. You will also find numerous businesses. The entrance is public and free (there are no entrance gates), and it never closes.

Plaza de España de Zaragoza

Plaza de España

Considered the nerve center of the city, this space serves as a meeting point for thousands of people in their leisure time every day. This square marks the boundary between the old town and the city center.

Plaza del Pilar

Plaza del Pilar

The Plaza del Pilar is also known as the square of the Cathedrals, as it is home to the Seo, which is the authentic Cathedral of Zaragoza, and the Basilica of the Pilar. It is the most famous square in Zaragoza, bearing the mark of the city’s 2000-year history.

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