Hidden gems of Zaragoza that you should explore

Zaragoza is one of the most famous cities in Spain, and is the capital of the province with the same name. The famous Ergo river passes through it, and it also is a center of pilgrimage for Christians around the world. The architecture here is a mix of Islamic and Gothic styles.

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Fun Activities to do in Zaragoza:

We shall explore fun activities tourists can partake in, at Zaragoza:

Taste the finest delicacies at Casa Lac

Casa Lac is the oldest restaurant in Zaragoza, which was built in 1825, about 200 years ago. Currently, it is led by one of the best Chefs in the world, Ricardo Gill. The food here is one of its kind and is prepared with the best vegetables (which by the way, are fresh).

  • This restaurant was built by a French family that migrated to Spain during the French Revolution. Initially, it was a bakery but soon it turned into a full-fledged restaurant.
  • Both the interior and the exterior architectural design of this restaurant is amazing, to the point that the tourists are compelled to marvel at it.

Visit the famous Market Mercado Central

Although it was officially established in 1903, the market has stood at this place since the 13th century. This is a very famous, and beautiful market that sells a diversity of fruits, seafood, and exotic cheeses.

Moreover, the architecture of this market is worth marvelling over. Its construction is based on the same metal that was used in building the Eiffel tower, which testifies to its beauty and durability.

Take a tour of Aljafería Palace

This building was built by Muslim rulers in about the 11th century. The architecture is authentically Moorish, however throughout Spanish history several changes were made to it as new rulers reigned over this land (especially the Christian rulers).

Today this place is used as a regional parliament, but visitors are allowed to enter throughout the year.

Look at the Ibercaja Collection in Goya Museum

Francisco Goya is one of the most important and prominent painters in world history and is considered to bring about the modern revolution in art.

  • The Goya museum contains the relics from the 15th, and all the way to the 20th century, of many of the most prominent painters in the world.
  • Along with the paintings in the museum, you should also observe its architecture, as even the building was constructed in the renaissance era.

Wait for the Sunset at the Stone Bridge

Stone Bridge is a beautiful location in Zaragoza, and it passes over a river. If you move to the other side of the bridge and wait for the sunset, you will come across a view like no other. With such magical and dreamy visuals like that, it is no wonder this city was a hub of amazing art and creativity.

Final Thoughts

Zaragoza has a lot of ancient sites worth visiting. Given its history, the fact that both Muslims and Christians ruled over these places, there is a diversity inherent in the atmosphere, and it resonates perfectly from their tourist attractions.