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Manifestacion 33, Zaragoza, Aragon, 50003, Spain
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zaragoza in two days

by natansz

A family of three (2 adults and a 16 year old) would like to explore Zaragoza in two days. What to do, tapas recommendations, anything you like to tell us about what's great about the city.
Appreciated.

Re: zaragoza in two days

by Miguelzgz

Hi.
I think that in two days you can check the "basics". Off course the biggest square "Plaza del Pilar" with the two cathedrals. Don´t miss the smaller one "La Seo". I think it is a gem.

The "old quarter" has many nice streets and buildings with several museums, if you like that kind of things. In one of those streets(C/ Mendez Núñez) there is one of my favourites "La republicana", with an amazing selection of tapas. The link I found is only in spanish.
I seriously believe that Zaragoza has one of the widest variety about tapas in Spain. If you walk through that area, you will find lots of bars, just observe where the locals go..and follow them! ;-)

If you are coming in July and August be prepared for HIGH temperatures, so you better go to your hotel during the mid-day hours...don't worry, everything is open until very late...

Palacio de la Aljafería, is an interesting building to visit too. An ancient arab castle/palace. Not in the "centre" but well conected by bus, or a cheap 4-5 euros ride.

Have fun.

Re: zaragoza in two days

by natansz

Hi Miguel,
thanks so much for your answer. Very helpful. We will be there in September I assume (midway btw Bilbao and Barcelona) and I checked us into a hotel on the big square.
Much appreciated.
Natan

Travel Tips for Zaragoza

ROMAN WALLS

by Maggies

The Roman city Caesaraugusta (today's Zaragaza) was strongly walled. The walled perimeter exceeded 3000 meters and it was reinforced in the 3rd century during the Barbican invasions. All parts of Roman Walls that are visible today are preciselly from that time.

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