Honeymoon Zaragoza, Aragon Spain 2023
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Hotel Eurostars Rey Fernando, Zaragoza

Hotel Eurostars Rey Fernando

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Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain

  • Hotel with parking  
  • No transport provided

  Last booking: 10/01/2022

Hotel Eurostars Zaragoza, Zaragoza

Hotel Eurostars Zaragoza

Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Exe Plaza Delicias, Zaragoza

Exe Plaza Delicias

Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided

About ZaragozaDetails and images of Zaragoza


Zaragoza is the capital of the province of the same name and the Spanish autonomous community of Aragon.

Although it is the fifth largest city in Spain, midway between Madrid and Barcelona, is one of the most popular with tourists. But if you take the time necessary to cross the ancient streets you will discover a fascinating history and truly monumental buildings.

Zaragoza city name comes from the Roman town Caesaraugusta, name given in honor of the emperor Julius Caesar Augustus.

Specifics of the city because here we give evidence of four different cultures coexist in this town of diversity: Romanian Zaragoza, Zaragoza Christian, Moorish Zaragoza (Arabic) and Zaragoza Jewish.

Recommendations for travel Zaragoza

Moorish castle Aljafería Palace is built in the second half of XI century, former residence of the Banu Hud dynasty and reflects the richness and splendor of the kingdom of Zaragoza in his time of prosperity.

Stone Monastery - Monasterio de Piedra in Zaragoza.

La Lonja - the former Stock Exchange is located between Zaragoza and La Seo Cathedral Basilica of Nuestra Señor del Pilar.

Zaragoza forum Caesar Augusta.

Gothic Cathedral La Seo del Salvador was built between 1380 - 1550 and has a richly decorated Baroque facade, specify the Aragonese Gothic architectural style.

Church of Santa María Magdalena is located southeast of La Seo cathedral tower and has a beautiful Mudejar style. Most of the building - outside of the tower - was built in the eighteenth century.

Roman Catholic Basilica of the Pilar Nuestra Señor dating from the XVI - XVII and Ebro River is located between Plaza del Pilar and the market.