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Boasting over 2,000 years of history, enough fantastic shopping to last you a lifetime and an emerging contemporary creative scene, Zaragoza is one of the most picturesque and vibrant cities in Spain. Shop for souvenirs in Zaragoza’s bustling centre, learn about the region’s past at the city’s museums and historic sites, relax in one of its many beautiful parks or head out into the nearby countryside to discover more of what this captivating region has to offer.
Centro – The central district of Zaragoza is home to most of the city’s commercial and financial institutions as well as a smattering of sights and monuments. This area is where you’ll find the 18th century Puerta del Carmen, the modern Paseo de la Independencia and several international retailers.
Old Town – Zaragoza’s historic old town is bounded by the city’s 3rd century Roman walls and is the location of many of the region’s most famous sights. Wander the atmospheric streets and explore its museums, historic sites and monuments to learn about Zaragoza’s fascinating past.
Actur – One of Zaragoza’s central districts, Actur is best known as the location of Expo 2008. The enormous riverside development transformed this part of Zaragoza and the area is still a fantastic destination for anyone interested in modern architecture and design.
La Almozara – A district of contrasts, La Almozara is home to the imposing 11th century Aljaferia Palace as well as the hyper modern buildings of the Digital Mile and the futuristic Third Millennium bridge. Head to this diverse area to learn more about the city’s development, history and ambitions for the future.
One of Zaragoza’s most famous sights is the spectacular baroque Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Pilar. Built between 1681 and 1871, the cathedral features paintings by Goya and is a must see during your time in the city. The Gothic Seo de Zaragoza Cathedral is another fascinating historic landmark, while the 12th century Monasterio de Piedra and the city’s Roman Walls are also well worth visiting during your stay in Zaragoza. To see a more modern side of the city, head to the Expo 2008 exhibition grounds. Full of eye-catching examples of modern architecture, this extensive development makes an interesting contrast to the old part of Zaragoza.
Zaragoza’s list of things to do varies from the ancient to the contemporary, with Roman ruins, medieval churches and modern developments to explore. Learn all about the city’s fascinating past at the Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Pilar, shop for clothes, souvenirs and local crafts in the city’s central shopping streets or experience life under the waves at Zaragoza Aquarium, the largest in Europe. If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and unwind, head to the spectacular Park Grande, or if you want to find out more about Spanish culture, visit the Museo Pablo Serrano, the Aljaferia Palace or the Museo Goya.