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The capital of Spain's Aragon province, Huesca is filled with history, romance and beauty. With Hotels.com, you can choose from a wide variety of Huesca hotels, allowing any party to find the perfect accommodation. It's well worth the trip as well. Huesca is a superb destination for a culture-packed holiday, with vibrant festivals, gorgeous architecture and food and drink that is out of this world. It's also ideal for active holidaymakers, with the ski resorts of the Pyrenees just a few miles away. The beaches of the Costa Brava are also within reach in the summer. All of this makes Huesca hotels a superb vacation option. Use the Hotels.com website to select the right option. Check out photos, locations and previous reviews, and book early to arrange a holiday in Huesca with no stress involved at all.
What's Huesca Like?
The rich past of Huesca has left a visually stunning legacy - with Moorish, Roman and Spanish influences all across the city. This is beautifully shown in the city Cathedral - which was built upon the site of a mosque - as well as the Romanesque Monastery of San Pedro el Viejo. It's east to spend a day wandering from church to church, marvelling at the artworks inside. Outside the town, nature is the main attraction. Kayak down the canyons of the Guara Norte, or abseil on its rocky cliffs. Head out horse riding at local stables, or scale the magnificent Pyrenees for breath-taking views across Aragon. The city has also recently become a foodie destination, with many leading Spanish chefs serving up revolutionary new takes on tapas dishes. It also boasts Ultramarinos La Confianza, the oldest grocery shop in Spain, where visitors can stock up on the finest souvenirs around (or conjure up exquisite picnics).
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Huesca
Getting along with the locals should be simple, as Huesca is a cosmopolitan, welcoming city. A little Spanish always helps to make friends, however. Visitors should take care with the summer heat. A siesta in the early afternoon is customary and recommended to make the most of your sight seeing. Think about seasonal trips as well. In August, travellers can witness the town's Fiesta Mayor - which offers music, colour and a party atmosphere. In January and February, the weather in Huesca is mild, but the ski season really kicks off, adding a whole new dimension to a city break. Spring is the finest time to head out canoeing the local gorges, although June has a reputation for flooding so you may wish to avoid the canyons then. Aside from that, explore the town's fine dining options, kick back and relax in a charming Spanish provincial capital. It's hard to go wrong in Huesca.