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Do & See


Alma Mater Museum

The Alma Mater Museum is located in the oldest part of the "Casas del Obispo" (Bishop houses), with the entrance in Paseo Echegaray y Caballero. During your visit you will see remains from various eras: Roman, Gothic, Mudéjar and Renaissance, with...


Caesaraugusta’s route Museum

Caesaraugusta in the only Roman city that had the privilege of bearing the full name of its founder, Caesar Augustus. Discover the political centre and most emblematic public buildings of the Roman city and to experience the areas in which the col...


CaixaForum Zaragoza

This is the cultural and social centre of La Caixa Obra Social (Social Projects). The building is the work of Carme Pinós Studio. Its exhibition rooms house both art and science exhibitions. It offers an extensive activity programme for all ages.


Expo and contemporary Zaragoza

After the Expo 2008, Zaragoza emerged as an innovative city. The buildings of the expo received important architecture awards such as the Spanish Pavilion, the Pavilion Bridge or the Water tower. The Aquarium is the largest river Aquarium in Europ...

Cultural Events


City of International Festivals

As a sample of the intense cultural activity of Zaragoza all year long, the city has become the venue of several international festivals, such as Trayectos, Asalto, Slap!, Lagata Reggae, FIZ, the Jazz Festival or the new ZGZ Escena. In June, take...


Fiestas del Pilar

The cutting edge of the most exported and dearest Zaragoza are the Fiestas del Pilar, characterised by a broad range of activities that fill the streets with fun, colour and entertainment for a week at the least. During the Fiestas del Pilar, Zar...


Holy Week

The Holy Week of Zaragoza has more than 700 years of history and has been declared as International Tourist Interest. More than 16,000 people from 48 Easter brotherhoods take part in the processions. The thundering sound of more than 7,000 drums ...


Urban Art

Zaragoza has become a leader in the national and international scene of street art with the Asalto Festival. It has managed to change the appearance of the streets of Zaragoza and how to understand public space. The city is flooded with avant-gard...

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Aljafería Palace

The most northerly Arab Palace in Europe and one of the most important monuments of Hispano-Moslem 11th century architecture. Noteworthy is the Trobadour Tower, which Verdi used as a source for the action of his famous opera “Il Trobatore”.


Basilica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar

A Baroque temple and one of the most important centres of pilgrimage of Christendom. It is also an artistic centre of prime importance with artworks of great value from different eras. The frescoes of the vault of the Coreto and the Regina Martyrh...


Goya Museum - Ibercaja Collection

Francisco de Goya, our most universal artist, was born in a village near Zaragoza called Fuendetodos. The Palacio de Los Pardo is home to the Goya Museum, dedicated to the writer and professor who bequeathed his private collection of paintings and...


Mudejar Art – UNESCO Heritage of Mankind

Zaragoza counts on some of the best examples of the Mudejar style, some of them declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Mudejar is the name given to the Muslim population who continued living in their towns and villages after the Christian Reconquest...