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It is the capital of Aragon and it is located near the Ebro river. Zaragoza is the fifth most populated city of Spain and the fourth by economic activity index. The most visited monument is the Cathedral-Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar.
With origins dating back to 24 B.C. when Caesar Augustus founded the city, Zaragoza is now the capital of Aragon. Throughout its two thousand year history, the succession of different populations in the city has left indelible traces that are well worth a visit.
Parking in Zaragoza, the centre of which is characterised by the monumental zone that occupies a large part of it, can seem an impossible task. Although there is a blue-striped parking zone and free parking zones away from the centre. Our advice is always to book your parking space before going to your destination to be sure of finding a free parking space, given the high demand for parking. For this reason in this article you will not only find information on what to see and do in the city but also where to park near the main points of interest, searching, comparing and choosing the most suitable and why not cheap parking for your needs using Parkimeter.
If you arrive in Zaragoza by car and don't want to miss out on travelling to some of the neighbouring towns, choosing to make a better impact, using the train is one of the best options to choose from. Through parkimeter you can choose the best car park for your needs. In this case, we recommend that you choose the SABA ADIF car park.
The city is teeming with monuments to visit, the first we invite you to visit is the Cathedral of San Salvador de Zaragoza, founded in the eleventh century on the site of the Roman forum and the Major Muslim Mosque. Throughout its history it has undergone several modifications until it reached its current appearance in 1550. These continuous changes have led to a mixture of styles, from Gothic to Mudejar and finally Baroque. The Cathedral also houses the Capitular Museum and the Tapestry Museum.
Another point of interest is the Aljaferìa Palace, one of the testimonies left by Muslim architecture in Spain. This place has also undergone changes over the course of history, with only part of the walls and the large tower remaining of the original structure. The chapel of St George dates back to medieval times. But it was not until the 16th century that the palace was transformed into a fortress, with the construction of a protective moat and accommodation for the military. It currently houses the seat of the Aragonese Parliament.
Initially created to provide a space where merchants could carry out their activities, the Lonja of Zaragoza is one of the city's beauties that has inspired many abroad with its magnificence. The exterior is a tribute to Italian Renaissance art. The stained glass windows, which were not intended for decoration but simply to let the light in, create a breathtaking spectacle, along with the columns separating the naves surrounding the immense hall.
Finally, don't miss visiting the most important place of worship in Spain, which attracts almost a million pilgrims every year, to see the Virgin of Pilar. It was thanks to her, according to the parable, that the Basilica of Nuestra Senora del Pilar was built. In fact, the Virgin Mary is said to have appeared to the Apostle James asking him to build a chapel that would remain intact until the end of the world. This area is easily accessible by car, where you can stroll to SanClemente, which is just a 9-minute walk from the Basilica, a walk that will allow you to admire the beauty of the city's streets too, while you'll be safe from having to think about the car.