Aragón is one of the regions with the richest history and tradition in Spain, but at the same time it is one of the least known. However, it has recently gained in popularity because of its vast possibilities for visitors interested in culture and leisure. This has made the region, and in particular its capital, Zaragoza, one of the preferred destinations for countless tourists every year, who enjoy a weekend break or a longer holiday with friends or family, discovering its surprising sights and staying at one of its charming hotels in truly exceptional locations.
Zaragoza is now a destination of considerable tourist value that attracts a large number of visitors, eager to marvel at a city with such an extensive cultural offering. One of the first destinations for visitors to the city of Zaragoza is often its cathedral—Our Lady of Pillar Basilica—a work of tremendous spiritual and heritage value. The Aljafería Palace is another highly recommend place to visit, an Arab monument of stunning beauty, as well as the “Luis Buñuel” water park or the river port area and public thermal baths. Zaragoza also has an extensive culinary offering, especially in the Tubo district, with its many bars and establishments in which to taste delicious tapas.