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Zaragoza, situated in the north-east of Spain on the river Ebro, has been a popular pilgrimage city for centuries. Now the vibrant capital of Aragon is beginning to find itself on the general tourist trail, as visitors are drawn by the outstanding medieval architecture, cultural buzz and relaxed ambiance. Zaragoza is an ideal destination for any visitor interested in the complexities of Spanish history or fond of a relaxed stroll around excellent tapas bars. Online accommodation specialist Hotels.com has partnered with a great selection of Zaragoza hotels to offer the best value rooms in this distinctive city. Book your Zaragoza accommodation in advance to enjoy your stay in this fascinating corner of Spain.

What's Zaragoza Like?

Zaragoza has always been a melting pot, absorbing and adapting to successive waves of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and Christian populations. The city features one of Spain's holiest shrines, the Basilica del Nuestra Senora del Pilar, still the most striking attraction in Zaragoza. The holy pillar associated with the Virgin Mary is usually thronged with pilgrims, but the dome and cupolas of the building are awe-inspiring. Zaragoza's older identity is recalled in the Caesar Augusta Theatre museum, where you can view the foundations of the old Roman theatre. The most elegant monument in Zaragoza is arguably the Moorish palace, the Aljaferia, built around the 11th century, but much altered subsequently. It features a beautiful mosque in miniature by the entrance. A more modern side of Zaragoza can be seen in the Expo site by the banks of the Ebro. This includes a modern freshwater aquarium, an ideal attraction for families. Zaragoza hotels offer the ideal base for enjoying this part of Aragon.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Zaragoza

Zaragoza is still getting used to English-speaking tourists so the Spanish phrase book may be required in some places. It's not usually a problem in the tapas bars, with all the creations laid out on display. Zaragoza is a particularly fine tapas town with some of the best establishments around Plaza de Santa Marta, La Magdalena and in the El Tubo neighbourhood. For discounts on museum admission, public transport and even some restaurants, the Zaragoza card can be a wise investment. Hotels.com has collated all the information you need to narrow down our selection of Zaragoza hotels to the one that best suits your needs. Our certified guest reviews, along with multiple photos, sample room layouts and maps indicating the proximity of the major sites show you what to expect from Zaragoza accommodation.