Zaragoza (Saragossa) rocks and rolls. The feisty citizens of this great city, on the banks of the mighty Río Ebro, make up over half of Aragón's population and they live a fairly hectic lifestyle with great tapas bars and raucous nightlife. But Zaragoza is so much more than just a city that loves to live the good life: it also has a host of historical sights spanning all the great civilisations (Roman, Islamic and Christian) that have left their indelible mark on the Spanish soul.
Zaragoza destination guides
4-Day Spanish Mediterranean Cities Tour: Valencia and Barcelona from Madrid
Discover some of Spain's most beautiful cities on this 4-day tour to Valencia and Barcelona from Madrid. On a sightseeing tour of Valencia, see the City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias) as well as other top attractions. In Barcelona, visit the Park of Montjuic and admire views of the Olympic Ring and the old Gothic quarter.
Zaragoza Card and Sightseeing Pass
Discover the historical and culinary highlights of Zaragoza (Saragossa) with the Zaragoza Card. Choose from a 24-, 48- or 72-hour card to gain access to top attractions, including Aljafería Palace and San Salvador Cathedral, and enjoy use of public transport around the city center.