On visiting Zaragoza, it is worthwhile setting apart time for enjoying its varied cultural programme. Theatres such as the Principal, the Theatre of the Mercado, the Theatre of the Estación and the Theatre of Las Esquinas.
The banks of the River Ebro are among the grand legacies recently recuperated by the people of Zaragoza.
This has been a pleasant recovery shown by the river banks filled with people of all ages, having a very enjoyable time on terraces and in nooks or taking part in sports in this privileged environment.
Dozens of concert halls and even the last Singing Café remaining in Europe, El Plata, together with cinema festivals or musical cycles.
Apart from the typical souvenir, one of the best memories you can take from Zaragoza is the atmosphere of its streets. Having tapas in el Tubo, with vermouth in fashion this can extend beyond coffee time.
The Aljafería is a unique example of Arab architecture.
The opera ‘Il Trovatore’ of Verdi, is set in one of its towers.
Zaragoza has decided for the future, for boys and girls as culture lovers.
There is stable programming for them, such as the programme of the Teatro Arbolé, together with fun with prize winning animation companies.
The heart of the city provides a master formula for fun, history and culture.
Zaragoza is lived and enjoyed in the street: in the popular Tubo, in Calle Alfonso I, at each corner …
In the area of Calle Heroísmo, the ‘Juepincho’ is a recent social event involving tapa tasting.
In the theatre where the Romans had fun 20 centuries ago, the people of Zaragoza continue to have a good time.
The museum route of Caesaraugusta is dotted with cafeterias with a Nordic atmosphere, designer clothes shops and plazas where you can enjoy tapas.
The new CaixaForum, the Centro de Arte y Tecnología Etopia, whose multi-media screen welcomes the visitor, and the Museo Pablo Serrano Art, with its collections of modern art and its magnificent rooftop terrace, form a triangle of the most vanguard culture.