ZARAGOZA is a city with an incredible architecture and astonish images that will remain in your mind forever such as the Basílica del Pilar reflecting in the river Ebro. In addition, it has one of the best dining scene in Spain, tapas everywhere!.
Ternasco de Aragon (Lamb meat).
In the city
Get into Salvador Cathedral where people don't agree whether the inside is more beautiful than the outside or vice versa.
The area called El Tubo (the tube) is a crowded area where everybody enjoys tapas, wine and a good chat. The list of the best bars are here!.
Charge your batteries
Monasterio de piedra (Stone Monastery) where waterfalls and gardens will entertain you for hours!. For those who want to know a bit more about the Spanish history, Belchite is a good example of the aftermath from the Spanish civil war.
Outside the city
During the entire month you can make a visit to the IAACC Pablo Serrano to enjoy the wonderful artist portraits of different personalities and how those people see him.
From the 13th till the 21st the entire city dresses as the traditional festivities of Semana Santa celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The city has its own international airport and great links to the main Spanish cities. Either Madrid or Barcelona are less than 90 mins by train. We recommend to spend 2-3 days here.