Hospederia Castillo Papa Luna

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Peniscola S/N, Zaragoza, 50250, Spain
Hospederia Castillo Papa Luna
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Tips for Zaragoza

by visitcebu

Hi all! We are a big group going Zaragoza this summer. I was hoping for any advice or tips to what to do, see and eat in this city. What are the good restaurants to try really good local cuisine(8 to 12 Euros) in the central part of Zaragoza? Can anyone suggest a good 2 to 3 star hotel in the center? What is the best area to be located in at Zaragoza?

Many thanks!
AL

Re: Tips for Zaragoza

by Gillybob

Just type Zaragoza in the search box on this website and you should find plenty of the information you are looking for.

Re: Tips for Zaragoza

by DSwede

Zaragoza is a nice city, with a wonderful cathedral, Plaza de Pilar, monuments to Goya, and a few nice art museums.

As previously mentioned, visit the Zaragoza travel pages for better details. I have a tip or two on my pages regarding some local and popular restaurants (less than 10 Euros).

Re: Tips for Zaragoza

by KUDETA

HI:
I´m imagine you´re going for the Expo this summer.Hotels prices are really high for that term.How are you arriving?are you going to rent a car?You may search a Hotel un Zaragoza surronding area...

Travel Tips for Zaragoza

EL PILAR

by roeldc

"The Basilica"

Rising from the banks of the River Ebro as it passes through Zaragoza is the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, a jewel of Aragonese Baroque art. The Temple houses the image of the Virgin of the Pillar. This was in fact the first church dedicated to the Virgin Mary in Christendom. For this reason, Zaragoza and Santiago de Compostela form the two fundamental pivots around which the spirituality of Spain revolves.

"The Image"

The image of the Virgin of the Pillar was a focus of an ancient devotion which dates back to Apostolic times. According to the tradition, the Virgin Mary came to Zaragoza to console and encourage St. James the Apostle who was preaching the Gospel there. The Virgin left the Apostle a column or pillar around which the first chapel was built.

"The Aljaferia Palace"

The Aljaferia was declared a National Monument of Historical and Artistic Interest on the 4th of June, 1931. It is an extraordinary historical and artistic complex, or if one prefers, an accumulation of buildings which have been superimposed over time. since 1947, it undertook a slow and thorough recovery task by architects Francisco Iñiguez Almech, Peropadre Muniesa, Luis Franco Lahoz and Mariano Peman Gavin.

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