Zaragoza

Zaragoza

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About Zaragoza

Spain’s fifth-largest city is an underrated gem which is just waiting to be explored. Home to the 18th century artist Francisco de Goya, Zaragoza has stunning architecture and a culinary scene to rival any of the country’s bigger cities. The enduring image of the multi-domed Basilica del Pilar reflected in the Rio Ebro is sure to stay with you for many years to come.

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There is a range of hotels and other accommodation options in Zaragoza to suit all budgets. Hotel Goya is well-located at just a five-minute walk to both Plaza Nuestra Señora del Pilar and the Basilica, while the family-run Hostal Central - situated just 300 metres from Plaza del Pilar Square - is perfect for those travelling on a budget. If you'd prefer to have your own apartment for your stay, Trobo Apartments is 400m from Roman Forum and offers all the amenities.

 

From open-air markets, craft stores, shopping centres and souvenir stalls, there's plenty of options in Zaragoza for your retail therapy hit. The main shopping area in Zaragoza is the centre of the city, as well as Don Jaime I and Alfonso I streets and their surrounding area. There are also modern shopping centres and department stores if you're looking for famous names, both in the centre (Independencia, Puerta Cinegia) and in the outskirts (Puerto Venecia, Augusta, Grancasa, Plaza Imperial).

Zaragoza has one Michelin-starred restaurant, La Bal d’Onsera, which offers gorgeous food for reasonable prices. Whilst you won’t have to look far for tapas, don’t leave without trying the regional speciality of migas – breadcrumbs fried in olive oil and served with various toppings. If you’re feeling adventurous, Museo de la Tortilla is a lunchtime-only café serving 23 varieties of tortilla, including pig’s ear and brain!

In typical Zaragoza fashion, there are plenty of festivals and events that are unique to the region. Keep an eye out for these favourites of ours during your trip to create some incredible memories:

Fiestas del Pilar

A nine day celebration of the patron saint of the city held in October, Fiestas del Pilar falls on the same week as Columbus Day which results in a fever-pitch of festival atmosphere throughout the city. If you’re visiting during this time, expect concerts, fairgrounds and even fireworks.

Holy Week

A much more sombre event, Holy Week in Zaragoza sees a series of religious parades fill the streets as well as live bands and a procession of sculptures. This is a great time to talk to locals about their lives as many embrace the holiday’s spirit of friendliness and goodwill.

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Language:Spanish
Currency:Euro
Time zone:GMT +1
Flight time:2 hours 15 mins
Airport code:ZAZ
Holiday type:City Break / Cuisine / Discovery / History & Culture / Relaxing / Sightseeing / Summer Sun

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