ADD TO LISTMany people travel to Zaragoza to enjoy some great churches, museums, and town squares, and stopping over for at least day or two in Zaragoza is more than worthwhile, as it is the most popular spot for travelers in Spain's Aragón region. Zaragoza's most well-known attractions include the Palacio de Aljaferia and El Pilar. There's a lot more to check out in Zaragoza, so take some time to explore this Zaragoza travel guide to find out more about this place.
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Zaragoza is a city with more than 2000 years of age. Mixture of cultures: Celtiberian , Roman, Muslim and Christian which are reflected in the streets and buildings. Important communications hub in northwest Spain. The summer is very hot and winter is very cold. There is usually wind almost all year. Places of interest: 'Basilica del Pilar', Seo Cathedral, Aljafería Palace, Roman ruins and more.
This city being located on a plateau, expect it to be cold. Bring some warm clothes. The winds blow hard and without proper warm clothing you will get cold. The central square has many interesting buildings, several of them contain different building styles all rolled into one.
This is nothing new, but if you are travelling between Barcelona and Madrid, for sure you have to take a look at Zaragoza. The city's main attraction is its beautiful cathedral, don't miss it. Alto take a look to the Roman ruins, it's just a small area though good to see.
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