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TRYP Zaragoza Hotel

Zaragoza, SPAIN

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Zaragoza is waiting for you!

Innovative designed hotel in modern Zaragoza, perfect to explore the city. Free wifi, great breakfast, premium, fitness and family to suit business or leisure stays.

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MODERN & MONUMENTAL ZARAGOZA

 

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THE ALJAFERÍA

  • Considered one of the most important monuments in 11th century Hispanic-Muslim architecture
  • Although it has undergone several reforms, enjoy the beautiful courtyard arcades in the gardens of St. Elizabeth, the Golden Hall and the Oratory
  • Highlights of the period after the Reconquest is the Pedro IV Moorish castle and the chapel of St. Martin
  • The most important reform from an artistic point of view was led by the Catholic Kings in 1492
  • Since 1485, headquarters of the Inquisition Tribunal, including its prisons and barracks for troops from 1706 onwards
  • It currently houses the Parliament of Aragon

SAN SALVADOR CATHEDRAL (LA SEO)

  • Built on the oldest mosque in the Muslim city, the oldest remains are preserved in the 12th century Romanesque headpiece
  • Eclectic styles, combining from Romanesque to Neoclassical
  • On the outside, of note is the wall of the chapel of the parish of San Miguel Archangel, a Moorish masterpiece of Zaragoza, and inside the Gothic altarpiece, made of polychrome alabaster
  • The Tapestry Museum presents an extraordinary collection of Flemish tapestries

GOYA TOUR IN ZARAGOZA

  • In many places in Zaragoza (Basilica del Pilar, Zaragoza Museum, Camón Aznar Museum and Aula Dei) there are paintings, frescos and etchings made by the most universal of Aragonese artists.

EL PILAR

  • Baroque Temple and one of the most important destinations of Catholic pilgrimage
  • Arts Centre with valuable works from different periods
  • Highlights are the 16th century altarpiece by Damián Forment, the High Choir, the Organ, and the Holy Chapel (designed by the architect Ventura Rodríguez), a masterpiece of eighteenth-century art that houses the image of the Virgin of Pilar of the 15th century on the column
  • The frescoes on the vault of the Coreto and the Regina martyrum dome were painted by Goya

ZARAGOZA EXPO

Fruit of the 2008 International Exhibition on Water and Sustainable Development, Zaragoza has undergone a major transformation with the construction of new and modern buildings. The most important are:

  • Water Tower
  • Bridge Pavilion
  • Zaragoza Fluvial Aquarium
  • Luis Buñuel Water Park
  • Aragon Pavilion
  • Pavilion of Spain
  • Aragon Congress Centre

LA LONJA

  • Used during recent decades as the municipal exhibition hall
  • Maximum exponent of Aragonese Renaissance civil architecture, with clear Quattrocento and Florentine influences
  • Highlights are the outside eaves and arches gallery, and the interior large hall with banded columns and starry vaults

TAPS IN EL TUBO

  • El Tubo houses the best and most traditional tapas bars in the city
  • You can reach the area directly from Plaza de España and includes the area between El Coso, Alfonso I, Don Jaime I and Mendez Nunez
  • Highlights in El Tubo include El Plata and Casa Lac restaurant, one of the oldest in Spain and Europe

MOORISH WORLD HERITAGE

  • San Salvador Cathedral
  • Aljafería
  • Fortea Tower
  • Zuda Tower
  • Convent of the Holy Sepulchre
  • Arc and Dean's House
  • Madeleine Church
  • San Pablo
  • San Miguel
  • San Gil

PABLO GARGALLO MUSEUM

  • Museum dedicated to the sculptor Pablo Gargallo
  • Contains sculptures, drawings, prints and cardboard used as patterns for some of his sculptures, as well as documents about the artist and contemporary sculpture

PATIO DE LA INFANTA

One of the best preserved Aragonese Renaissance courtyards, once belonging to the late Zaporta Palace, whose doorway and patio were purchased by French antique dealer and moved to Paris in 1980. In 1980 it was moved stone by stone to the headquarters of Ibercaja

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