La Seo Cathedral is, in my humble opinion, the most stunning cathedral in Zaragoza, even more than the world-famous Basilica de Pilar. It's located at the east end of the Plaza de PIlar, right behind the Roman Forum
The Church of Santa Maria de Magdalena is one of the many eye-catching Mudéjar churches found in Zaragoza, and has perhaps the most aesthetically beautiful Mudéjar tower, complete with geometric brickwork, arched windows, and green
The exterior of this church is absolutely stunning. It's a style called "Churrigueresque," a type of Spanish Baroque which emphasized maximum detail in minimum space. It's dedicated to St. Elizabeth of Portugal (also called Elizabeth
While from the outside, it might seem like just another pretty church in Zaragoza, the Church of Santa Engracia is one of the oldest and most interesting churches in the city. It dates all the way back to the 3rd-5th centuries, when
Thereare lots of Mudejar churches throughout Spain, and specifically in Aragón there are many which are marvellous. None, I repeat, none, are as beautiful as that in Torralba de Ribota.
A spectacular exterior, with the feeling of
Nocturnal rise to the hermitage of San Roque is up from the 1st of August (7-10 h and 20 to 1.30) and goes on to the 9th. There are many people that try to go barefoot (it's a pretty tough climb by its steep grades. The parties
The Cathedral of La Seo is, in my opinion, the single most amazing sight in Zaragoza, even more so than the Basilica of El Pilar. While most of the cathedral's marvels are interior, the exterior wall of the "Parroquieta" is a
Zaragoza, and Aragon as a whole, is full of Mudéjar architecture. As you wander through Zaragoza, you'll see glimpses of distant towers that seem to recall the Koutoubia Mosque in Morocco more than a traditional European cathedral.
This imposing Mudéjar church is located in the El Gancho neighborhood in Zaragoza's historic district, just off to the west of the Plaza de Pilar. As you wander through the narrow bohemian streets of El Gancho, you'll see the tall