The Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar is one of the most important Baroque treasures in Spain. The most iconic monuments in the Aragonese capital merge both Islamic and Gothic architecture. And the tapas use only the best fresh products!

On the banks of the Ebro

The Plaza de Nuestra Señora del Pilar has a privileged location alongside the Basilica and is the central hub of the city. Built in the 13th century on the site of an old Mozarabic church, the basilica is home to a statue of the Virgin Mary and frescoes by Goya. An experience you have to try in Zaragoza is to climb the Torre del Pilar and enjoy the views. The Cathedral of El Salvador, also called the Seo, is another architectural treasure. You should also visit the Plaza Santa Marta, one of the most photogenic corners of the city, with the Torre de la Seo as a backdrop. Calle Alfonso I is one of the most important streets in the historic centre of Zaragoza, whose Arab past can be felt in many of its areas. Zaragoza is very near El Monasterio de Piedra National Park, full of waterfalls and beautiful nature.

The currency used is the euro. Some small businesses only accept payment in cash.
The official language is Spanish. English is frequently used with visitors.
The main stations, squares, gardens and public buildings have free Wi-Fi.
Summers are very hot and winters are cold. There is little rain.

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