El Rincón de Aragón
Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar
Brace yourself for this great baroque cavern of Catholicism. The faithful believe that it was here on 2 January AD 40 that Santiago saw...
Museo Ibercaja Camón Aznar
This collection of Spanish art through the ages is dominated by an enthralling series of etchings by Goya (on the 2nd floor), one of the...
Lift (Torre Pilar)
Café Botanico combines a florist (think plenty of greenery, including fragrant herbs) and a cafe serving great coffee, a tea menu and...
Opened in November 2013 by three acclaimed Spanish chefs (all with Michelin-star restaurant experience), the dishes here are superbly...
Lonely Planet review
The decor here is basic and the food stripped down to its essence, but the dishes are top-notch and ideal for finding out why people get excited about Aragonese cooking. One house speciality is the ternasco asado con patatas a la pobre (roasted lamb ribs with 'poor man's potatoes'). If you're feeling hungry, this and other local dishes usually appear on the four-course menú Aragonés (€19.90), which is a great order. The restaurant is in the covered lane between Calle de Santiago and Plaza del Pilar.