a city that always welcomes
Zaragoza:a city that always welcomes
Getting to know the city of Zaragoza is wandering around its ancient history, witnessing the legacy that the Romans, Muslims, Jews and Christians left on the city. But it’s much more; the Aragonese capital is incredibly welcoming and has many charms. Take note and discover what you can do in Zaragoza during the stay for your treatment.
Exploring the city on foot or on bike is the perfect option for enjoying everything that the city has to offer. Zaragoza is the ideal combination of outdoor activities, culture, great food and a good atmosphere.
Plaza del Pilar Square
Ruta de los Sitios - The Route of the Sieges
Mealtimes are the perfect opportunity to lose yourself in the alleyways of the historic quarter and discover what "El Tubo" has in store for its visitors. Locals and tourists intermingle to try the wide variety of tapas and dishes that each restaurant has to offer. Healthy, simple and very nourishing options. A pleasure to enjoy and your health will surely thank you for it.
Roast suckling lamb
Migas aragonesas ("Aragonese breadcrumbs")
Huevos al salmorejo (a dish containing eggs with pork, sausage, asparagus and garlic)
Pollo al chilindrón (stew with chicken, tomatoes, peppers, onions and ham)
Bacalao al ajoarriero (cod with tomatoes, peppers and garlic)
Borage with potatoes
Zaragoza’s cultural offerings are both rich and varied. Roman historical remains together with the best contemporary art or a great master like Goya, popular fiestas, concerts, theatres, jewels of religious and civil architecture... You just need a good pair of shoes to keep up with the pace of the city.
CaixaForum Exhibition Centre
Natural Science Museum
Palacio de Sástago Palace
Puente de Piedra Bridge
Zaragoza’s climate is particularly characterised by the big contrast between seasons. Its winters are cold, and its summers are hot, with spring being the best time of year to visit the city, with an average temperature of 15ºC.
Connections to Zaragoza
The city’s only train station with national and international arrivals and departures. It connects with the main Spanish cities as well as some abroad, including Paris.
Built in 2003, the station is the city's main bus hub and also has suburban and Renfe services.
Please find below various options for getting around Zaragoza
One of the most environmentally friendly ways to get around Zaragoza, this transport network connects you with different parts of the city.
The city has an urban network which is complemented by the tram service, providing one same payment card for both types of transport.
An affordable alternative to public transport, since a 10-minute journey costs around €10.
A convenient and sustainable way to enjoy rides and get around the city.