Travel to Saragossa
Saragossa streets are an amalgamation of history and Iberian, Roman, Arab and Christian influences, giving the city a unique and uncommon blend of its patrimony.
To visit the city, you can choose one from these three different itineraries: The Catalan Trail to Santiago goes across the namesake province making a stop on the most important towns. The second one, the Mudéjar route, you will start your journey in the city of Saragossa, visiting landmarks such as the Seo (cathedral), the Alfajarería Palace, San Pablo Church, Santa María Magadalena Church, San Miguel de los Navarros Church and San Gil Church. You will also walk along towns such as Muel, Longares, Paniza, Daroca, Calatayud, Magallón, Borja, Alberite de San Juan and Tarazona. Finally, on the third route, the Romanesque Trail, you will visit the entire province, discovering its castles, nunneries, monasteries and churches of romanesque and medieval style.
With ALSA you will arrive at the Saragossa Bus Station and you will be able to visit the most emblematica and popular buildings, such as the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, a center of pilgrimage of baroque style. Also worth a visit are the façades of those of the City Hall, the Post Office or the Deán Arch.
On your way you will find museums where you will find out about the secrets of the past and all types of exhibitions. Among them, there is the Museum-Theater Caesaraugusta or the Saragossa Museum, with archaeological rests and paintings.
The most modern part of the city can be seen on buildings such as Casa Juncosa, Casa Molins, Casa Retuerta (National Monument), Mercantile Casino and the Music Kiosk.
A splendid gastronomy awaits at the best restaurants. Natural ingredients grown in the Aragonese lands and excellent wines will take you to the table. Parks and squares fill with charm this impressive city.