Curious about what to do in Zaragoza? Start by talking a walk right through the heart of the city, crossing the River Ebro by the Roman Bridge visiting the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, without doubt one of the best-known Zaragoza attractions. Inside you can see the venerated image of the Virgin Mary.
Walking through the Old Town, you'll find plenty of stuff to do in Zaragoza. Next to the basilica, you can see the beautiful Seo Cathedral. And do not miss the Palace of Aljaferia, the Convent of the Holy Sepulchre, the Roman Walls and the Iglesia de Santa Isabel de Portugal - all stunning and historical places to visit in Zaragoza.
To recover after a busy day's sightseeing, there are plenty of more relaxing Zaragoza activities. The Tubo district in the city center, found between Martires, Cuatro de Agosto and Estebanes streets, is famous for its tapas bars. Here you'll find more of the top things to see in Zaragoza, like the Church of Saint Gil Abad and the Sastago Palace.
The 2008 World Expo also left other, more modern attractions in Zaragoza, like the Third Millennium Bridge and the Water Tower. And finally, outside the city you can find other things to do in Zaragoza that reflect the history and culture of Aragon. Villages like Muel, famous for its ceramics, Longares, and Fuendetodos, the birthplace of Goya, are some of the most frequent excursions for tourists.