You may have heard of Spains other cities, like Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and Seville, these popular cities are great but have you heard of Zaragoza? Zaragoza is Spain’s fifth largest city, it is a bubbling city with lots of exciting surprises. If you’re looking to experience somewhere new and somewhat unexplored by many then Zaragoza should be at the top of your list.
It’s thrilling to visit somewhere fresh and new, you’ll not only appear to be more daring, but you’ll be exploring a place only few people have. Zaragoza definitely has a lot to offer its visitors and even locals; from interesting museums, breath taking grand cathedrals and ancient fortresses. In the daytime it’s captivating and in the night time it is exhilarating with a fun night life.
That’s not all, the city has delectable cuisines and very active shopping spots. A favorite for tourists to do is shop for uncountable unique take home souvenirs.
With this Original Zaragoza Free Walking Tour, you will experience a sightseeing tour full of postmodern charm at the hands of our local guides.
We will highlight only the most exceptional buildings in the city of Zaragoza, from the residential areas of the most prominent families of the 16th century to the modernist Renaissance residences of the early 20th century. All of these while learning amusing factoids from one of Spain’s largest old city centers.
Take a romantic stroll through the streets of Zaragoza to experience why it was once known as the “Florence of the South.”
✓ Local Guide
✘ Food and drinks, unless specified
Departure Point: Plaza del Pilar, s/n, 50003 Zaragoza, Spain
Return Details: Plaza del Pilar, s/n, 50003 Zaragoza, Spain
This Original Zaragosa Free Walking Tour is designed to get visitors familiar with all of the key locations in the lovely city of Zaragoza and those mentioned in the novel by Canarian writer Benito Pérez Galdós. The journey begins at the Puerta del Carmen, particularly at Calle Hernández Cortés 1, next to Frutos Secos El Edén.
Afterwards we will visit the popular Plaza del Portillo and walk through San Pablo to see the beautiful church. A journey through the bullring will bring us to the Plaza Espaa, where we will relish the site of an interesting monument, cherished by the locals.
Our next stop will be the Plaza Santa Engracia, where the existence of a crumbled convent will be revealed and its story told. From here, we will visit the Plaza de Los Sitio, at this point the enthralling story of the monument and its significance to the city will be told. A journey through the Bullring once again, will take us to Plaza San Miguel, and this is where the route will come to a glorious end.
During the tour, graphic material will be distributed to help explain the no longer existing elements of the early nineteenth century Zaragoza, allowing you to better immerse themselves in its history.
This experience requires good weather. If the tour is canceled because of poor weather, you’ll be allowed to choose a different date.
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If the tour is canceled because the minimum numbers of participants aren’t met, you’ll be contacted and allowed to choose a different date.