The heritage of the Aragonese capital is rich in abundant examples of Mudéjar art, an architectural style unique to Spain, arising from the fusion of two artistic traditions during the Middle Ages: the Hispano-Islamic and Western Christian styles.
The Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, the Cathedral of La Seo, the Aljafería Palace… Zaragoza, just like other cities, has a list of must-see places that travellers shouldn't miss.
Just passing through, with only a day to explore the Aragonese capital? Follow our express itinerary around the city's unmissable spots.
Whether you are a fan of heritage, history, culture or food, the Aragonese capital is bursting with attractions to delight even the most demanding of visitors. And if those are not enough, there's a whole host of other fascinating places to visit just an hour's or an hour-and-a-half's drive from the city. There are so many to choose from, but here are a few of the highlights!
The capital of the Autonomous Community of Aragon has an abundant range of museums and galleries on offer, in which visitors can not only discover the city's exciting history though impressive archaeological artefacts, but also enjoy works of art by prominent figures such as Francisco de Goya