Zaragoza Card provides:
Free entry to all museums and monuments.
24 hour unlimited use of the Saragossa Tourist Bus.
Free public transport (depending on the type of card).
Including guided tours and the services of the “roaming” tourist guides.
A free tapas and drink at one of our tapas bars.
Discounts in more than 50 establishments (hotels, car hire, cafés and bars, restaurants…)
Basilica de Nuestra Seora de PilarA Roman Catholic church. The architecture is Baroque style and it was built between 1681 and 1872. It features paintings on the ceiling by Goya and Bayaeu who are very famous and classic artists.
Iglesias MudejaresMudejar is a still of art that mixes Christian and Muslim tradition. Good examples of that are a part of La Seo cathedral, Magdalena church, San Miguel church and San Pablo church.
Catedral de la SeoLocated on the Plaza de la Seo. It is a Gothic style cathedral built over the remains of a mosque. It features an exquisite collection of tapestries.
Iglesia de San PabloCalle de San Pablo 42
Palacio de la AljaferiaMoorish castle with intricate decorations including ceilings of gold.
Las MurallasParts of the ancient wall that surrounded the city are still standing.
Caesaraugusta routeA route of 4 museums with a joint ticket is available in better price than separately. The route exposes monuments from times of Caesar August (I century B.C.):
Museo de ZaragozaPlaza de los Sitios 6The municipal museum is free and is very much worth a visit for both its impressive mosaics from Caesaraugusta and its celebrated collection of Goya.
Museo Ibercaja AznarAnother free museum displaying a collection of Goya and temporary exhibitions.
Expo 2008In 2008 Zaragoza hosted an international expo for which a new areal was opened with many new buildings designed by famous architects such as Zaha Hadid. It is now possible to stroll around the areal. The only facility open to tourists is the aquarium.