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Things to Do in Zaragoza

Connected by high-speed train to both Barcelona and Madrid and straddling the mighty Ebro River, Zaragoza is Spain’s fifth biggest city, equally renowned for its impressive Roman ruins, as its modern shopping complexes and innovative gastronomy.

Start your tour of Zaragoza at the central Plaza España or Plaza del Pilar, from where it’s a short walk to top landmarks like the Basilica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar (Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar), the La Seo Cathedral and the Ayuntamiento (City Hall), then pay a visit to the magnificent Aljafería Palace, one of Spain’s most exquisite Islamic buildings, or explore the city’s many museums. Zaragoza is also a hot destination for foodies and there’s an excellent selection of tapas bars and restaurants dotted around Plaza de La Seo and along the scenic Ebro riverfront.
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Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar (Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar)
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On the banks of the Ebro, Zaragoza’s colossal cathedral marks the spot that, according to tradition, Mary appeared to St. James in AD 40. Since then, the site has hosted many religious structures, with major restorations in the 12th, 15th, and 17th centuries. Today, the church is one of Spain’s most significant cultural attractions.

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Zaragoza Aquarium (Acuario de Zaragoza)
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Explore the underwater worlds of the Nile, the Mekong, the Amazon, the Ebro, and the Murray-Darling rivers at the Zaragoza Aquarium (Acuario de Zaragoza). This is Europe’s largest freshwater aquarium, offering over more than 5000 animals from 350 species, including Amazon-dwelling arapaimas and endangered iridescent shark catfish.

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