See Zaragoza's darker side! Join a spooky walk and discover the oldest myths and modern urban mysteries that define this unique city.
Zaragoza is a jewel of tourism yet to be discovered! Visit the spectacular Basilica del Pilar and be amazed by some of the best remains of Roman and Moorish architecture in Spain. Just a couple of hours' drive between Madrid and Barcelona, Zaragoza is the perfect weekend getaway.
Zaragoza is the Pilar, the Ebro and the wind: let yourself be enchanted by the capital of Aragon. Zaragoza is a city that runs parallel to its river, and this is how we are going to discover it. The thousand-year-old city is going to be discovered to the rhythm of our steps, during the two-hour tour.
Discover Zaragoza and enjoy excursions and tours through one of the Spanish cities with one of the most important cultural legacies. The Aragonese capital is the fifth most populated city in Spain, and its geographical location is privileged: it is located 300 kilometers from Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia and Toulouse, which makes it enjoy an enviable location.
To understand its history a little better, it is essential to enjoy a free tour of Zaragoza with our guides in Spanish, and thus get to know the rich historical - artistic heritage of the city, since it is the result of its more than 2000 years of history. Almost all the civilizations that have dominated the Iberian Peninsula have passed through the Aragonese capital, and traces remain of practically all of them.
Thanks to the guided tours that we offer, you will get to know the basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, which is one of the symbols of the city, as well as one of the most important monuments. It is located in Plaza del Pilar, in the heart of Zaragoza, where another of the town's attractions is also located: the Cathedral of El Salvador, better known as La Seo. From the Puente de Piedra you can enjoy wonderful views of the basilica del Pilar and the city.
The free tours that we offer will take you to essential places in the Aragonese capital such as the Monastery of Piedra, founded in 1194 and which today houses a tourist residence; the Central Market or the Aljafería Palace, which was declared a World Heritage Site in 1986. In addition, the Fluvial Port, the Torreón de la Zuda or the Roman Walls, are some of the places that you cannot miss.
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