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9 Best Tourist Attractions in Zaragoza, Spain

Aishwarya Karwa Sep 4, 2019
Zaragoza, a city located in Aragon, northern Spain, oozes with resplendent cultural places which are a sight to behold. Scout these must-visit tourist attractions of Zaragoza, Spain.

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Cathedral-Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar (Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar) is the most revered and first Roman Catholic Church to be devoted to Mary in the history.

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Pablo Serrano's Museum (Museo Pablo Serrano) includes the modern contemporary art collection by the Aragonese artist Pablo  Serrano.

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The splendid Cathedral of the Saviour of Zaragoza is a Roman Catholic Cathedral located on the Plaza de la Seo. It happens to be a part of World Heritage Site Mudejar Architecture of Aragon.

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The gigantic Bridge of Lions (Puente de Piedra), Zaragoza overlooks the river Ebro. The lion statues at each end of the bridge look like they're guarding the bridge!

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Have a close look at the fascinating marine creatures at the Fluval Aquarium. It happens to be the largest river (freshwater) Aquarium in the Europe.
The Bell Tower of the famous Santa Maria Magdalena Church is an excellent masterpiece of Mudejar Architecture.
The Aljaferia Palace is a medieval Islamic edifice and also a must visit place whilst in Zaragoza. The unique Mudejar architecture and lustrous interior add to the beauty of the palace.
Craving a historic archaeological excursion? Stop by the famous ruins of Roman Amphitheatre built in the 1st century AD.
Jose Antonio Labordeta Park is a tranquil green urban oasis of gardens, trees, flowers and monuments. Enjoy jogging and cycling in the scenic surroundings of the park.