Iberians, Romans, Muslims, Jews and Christians left their mark in the city along more than 2,000 years of history.
The Baroque grandiosity can be admired in the Basilica del Pilar; Aljafería Palace, the most northerly Arab Palace in Europe, magnificent examples of aragonese Mudéjar art, a World Heritage Site; the height of the Gothic period can be seen in the Cathedral of San Salvador…
From the paintings of Goya to the latest expressions of urban painting, from the Roman Theatre to contemporary dance, from centenarian retail establishments to alternative approaches to retailing can be found in the city.
After the 2008 International Exposition “Water and sustainable development”, Zaragoza has emerged as an innovative city with modern and renovated infrastructures.
Art, theatre, tapas, concerts, shopping, design, history, the banks of the Ebro river, … Zaragoza has a lot to offer.