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Zaragoza is the capital of Aragon, one of the autonomous communities of northeastern Spain. In the centre of the city is the baroque Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar facing the river Ebro. It is a popular place of pilgrimage with several domes and a tabernacle dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The city has emblematic Mudejar-style monuments (where Islamic and Gothic architecture merge) such as the Aljafería, an 11th-century Arab palace, and the cathedral of El Salvador in its Epiphany, which began to be built in the 12th century. What are you waiting for to visit this amazing city?
The Puente de Piedra is the best place to start your visit to Zaragoza, with incredible views of the Basílica del Pilar. It is the oldest bridge that crosses the river Ebro and whose origins go back to the Romans, 2000 years ago.
Where this bridge is found today, there was already a wooden bridge in Roman times. In front of one of the main gates of the city, it served as both a bridge and an aqueduct. Due to the great floods of the river Ebro, the bridge has been rebuilt on several occasions.
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This city will allow you to travel within the Hispanic culture very rich in history and highlights four civilizations: Christian, Roman, Muslim and Jewish. It is very interesting to walk around Zaragoza and see how these four cultures have left their mark on architecture, art and local customs, resulting in a city that changes before your eyes as you travel through it.
There is nothing better than getting lost in its streets to visit monuments such as the famous Basilica del Pilar, the Cathedral of the Savior of Zaragoza or the Palace of the Aljaferia. Our recommendation? Continue strolling through its downtown streets such as Avenida César Augusto to enjoy exceptional architecture.
After a hard day of tourism, comes the deserved time to have a drink or discover the typical gastronomy of the city. Let yourself be tempted by the delicious smell of tapas offered by many of the restaurants in the areas of Santa Marta, la Magdalena, San Miguel or el Tubo... You will be able to taste a dish of Ternasco de Aragón, a Chicken with chilindrón, Bacalao al ajoarriero always accompanied with a Valdevino, wine from the region or a typical beer called Ambar. To finish off, try the famous sweets: fruits of Aragon or the Pilar cobblestones.
In short, Zaragoza is a good alternative if you want to discover the Hispanic culture of an ancient Spain.
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