Things to do in Zaragoza

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Things to Do in Zaragoza

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  • luciomoreno
    Munich, Germany250 contributions
    Oasis in arid Aragon. Awesome views in a hiden place in the Sistema Ibérico mountains. Avoid sundays and banked holidays, place very crowded and very few places to have lunch. Enjoy a nice day in the nature
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • jaimeelsabio
    Maryland4,011 contributions
    It doesn’t take long to see and is free to enter. The ceilings and main alter are magnificent. In a separate door, when services are taking place,d is the equally stunning chapel of Santa María Virgen de Pilar.
    Written 18 May 2022
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  • Jackasian
    Allawah, Australia421 contributions
    A stunning place to know the past of the city itself and the castle.
    A very delicate art can be seen on the ceilings of the palace and even to each pillars.
    One of the palaces to see if you are in Aragon.
    Written 24 April 2022
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  • brokgoud
    Den Bosch, The Netherlands310 contributions
    We spend the saturday evening here and were asthonished to se so many people omn the streets with every bar and restaurant. And we even had a colder evening! The way to do it is to go from bar to bar, eat a taps and nip a glass of wine and feel the positive vibes of the very kind and alive people of this marvellous city!! Better than Barcelona even!
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • brokgoud
    Den Bosch, The Netherlands310 contributions
    So big so many chapels, so much richness, this church is beautiful and a must to see but also you feel shame when you see so much whealth that was taken from so many poor people. I think Jezus would be embarrassed when he saw what thay did with his message. But as a tourist, go there end be asthonished
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • Bulldawg55
    Coleridge, NE86 contributions
    If you want to feel like you are in Europe this is the place for you. Surrounded by beautiful buildings, there are people eating, drinking and strolling here in the beautiful setting. Amazing site.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • jenkle89
    Hendaye, France405 contributions
    Get a lift to the top of the tower (closest tower to the brige of Santiago) to have a panoramic view of Zaragoza. Amazing views of the Basilica's coloured dome, the Elbro river and the Piedra bridge.
    Written 4 February 2022
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  • Elena B
    United Kingdom161 contributions
    Good way to spend a couple of hours. It was much larger than we expected, with a very well layer out route & all the information was in three languages ( Spanish, French & English)
    Written 13 May 2018
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  • jenkle89
    Hendaye, France405 contributions
    Museum displaying works of origami of all shapes and sizes. Lots of information available in English too. Great value for money and we were given a beautiful little origami too. One of my favourite parts of my trip.
    Written 4 February 2022
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  • littlerussell
    berkshire, england1,066 contributions
    I visited Belchite on a Sunday afternoon as a side trip from zaragoza, which was around 45 minutes drive. The town itself is beautiful with derelict crumbling buildings and churches. The guide was welcoming and professional and went to great lengths to amuse a screaming toddler. Although the tour was only in Spanish, so I'm sure I missed some of the finer points(!) there was plenty to see. However I only have given 4 stars as there is so much more could be done with this venue ... I amused myself during the Spanish talks by googling images of the town as it was and this gave a fascinating insight into the ruins ... with iPad or just images on signposts this could be a truly interesting visit.
    Written 1 June 2018
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  • Tide
    Hoersholm, Denmark14 contributions
    Wonderful and beautiful museum, where you just enjoy every moment. The sculptures are in an own league.
    Written 16 July 2020
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  • Kamal K Sirra
    Madrid, Spain525 contributions
    It’s really huge and well maintained. You can hire bicycles and go around the park. It’s a nice place for picnics, jogging or just to walk around. It has lot of fountains, statues and a terrace bar.
    Written 1 May 2019
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  • backpacker31
    Boynton Beach, FL5,380 contributions
    I’ve been a fan of fire engines and equipment alike since I was a child, so stumbling upon this specialty museum was a real treat, taking me back to my childhood. The collection of fire trucks and other vehicles is fantastic. The equipment and uniforms throughout the decades is wonderful to see - you can even try on some firefighter clothing! The basement houses an extensive collection of rescue equipment (fire extinguishers, pumpers, etc.) and uniforms (paramedic, smoke jumpers, water rescue, mountain rescue, helicopter rescue, etc.). Other exhibits include detailed dioramas, photos of extraordinary fires in Zaragoza, badges, hats and paraphernalia from around the world and more. The staff are absolutely welcoming, informative and engaging - all current or former members of the fire department. I was their last visitor in mid-March just prior to their closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. I hope they will safely reopen in the not-too-distant future so they can continue to welcome fire fighting fans from around the world.
    Written 6 April 2020
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  • ARodriguezP
    Miami, FL1,583 contributions
    On my return from Albarracin I decided on stopping by Daroca to have a look before heading back to Zaragoza. And it was a decision I didn't regret! The town has many physical reminders of its' ancient history. It was later in the day so I didn't have the time to walk the walls as others have suggested but I did walk the Calle Mayor (the town's main street) from one gate to another, Puerta Alta to Puerta Baja. Of particular note is "La Fuente de los Veinte Canos" a fountain with 20 spigots just outside of the town's lower gate or Puerta Baja. I also walked up to a shrine (La Ermita de Nazaret) just below the castle to get some nice views over the town. The town's tiny Jewish quarter was also worth checking out. It was nice to see outside tables filling up as evening approached proving that the town still has a certain vibrancy. I've discovered that Aragon has a plethora of interesting towns worth visiting, places like Albarracin, Calatayud, Alcaniz,etc. and Daroca should be on the top of that list. I used Zaragoza as a base to visit some of these towns and look forward to returning some day to revisit some and also visit new ones.
    Written 21 July 2019
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  • jenkle89
    Hendaye, France405 contributions
    An insight into the life of Gabriel Zaporta. The ticket is 2€ and the visit takes around 20mins where you visit the remains of the Zapata mansion (the central part). The courtyard is a display of beautiful architecture. The ticket includes acess to the downstairs exhibition.
    Written 4 February 2022
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