Budget hotels can be found in the up-and-coming Old Town district, where you may consider Avenida with room rates from 76US$ or Cogullada where prices start at 80US$. Hostal Central apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. To stay in a hostel close to Patio de la Infanta, book a room at Zaragoza Hostel with rates from 37US$ per night. If you are planning to visit Romareda district of Zaragoza, pick an apartment such as Hostal Castilla for only 28US$ per night.
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Don Jaime 54 is a casual hotel that will put in Old Town district, about a 10-minute walk from North train station.
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Luxury and boutique accommodation in Zaragoza
Luxury hotels in Zaragoza's city center include the 4-star Eurostars Rey Fernando as well as Silken Reino De Aragon. Europa is rated as one of the best boutique hotels in Zaragoza, offering views over the mountain. If you're looking for chain hotels in Zaragoza, there are 15 excellent options, such as Cesaraugusta or Palafox.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with a family to Zaragoza, you may wish to find apartments near Patio de la Infanta, then book Pension Santa Gema or Apartamentos Murallas. There are 11 B&B options in Zaragoza, including Pension Iglesias and Pension La Ferroviaria. If you're visiting the city on business, stay at Tulip Inn Zaragoza Plaza Feria opposite Fuente de Neptuno o Fuente de la Princesa, which comes with free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course and trade fairs and exhibition centers nearby. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Hostal Cataluna in Old Town district, offering views of the mountain.
City Guide: Discover the best of Zaragoza
Zaragoza is known as ''The City of the Four Cultures''.
It is a nickname it gained for being a melting pot for the indigenous peoples of the Iberian Peninsula and new comers who occupied the area. These include the Catalans, the Galicians, the Euskal-dun and the Gitanos of the 780,000-strong population that ranks Zaragoza the fifth most populated city in Spain.
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Zaragoza became a draw-card for cultures when the 16th century Basílica del Pilar attracted thousands pilgrims to worship the Virgin. Since then Zaragoza has become a city of several faces and cultures. It is best reflected in its exquisite cathedrals and palaces from the Romans onwards.
- Basilica de Nuestra Señora de Pilar, treasured for its art with paintings on the ceiling by Goya and Bayaeu
- Catedral de la Seo, done in gothic style
- Palacio de la Aljaferia, a castle with intricate ceilings of gold
- Caesaraugusta route, a guided tour on route of 4 museums
- Las Murallas, an ancient wall surrounding the city
While culture buffs can experience Zaragoza on guided tours, backpackers can find an adventure land in the city's surroundings. Zaragoza features sharp topography with desert, forest, and mountains. These make it excellent for hiking, camping and so on, but have also resulted in weather extremes. Winter there is freezing and summer can be very dry with temperatures reaching more than 35degC.
Regardless of weather, Zaragoza has plenty to do, for example shopping. The shopping malls stretch from Residencial Paraiso in Sagasta to the Plaza de España. Exquisite goods can be found on Francisco de Vitoria, San Ignacio de Loyola, but the prices there are really high. However, the city features some smaller shops with craft and other souvenirs at Anticuarios de la Plaza de San Bruno or the Mercadillo La Romareda.
In addition, Zaragoza's strong student population makes it a city with abundance of places to dine out and relax. Thus, Ciudad Universitaria is packed with foods and Plaza del Pilar, Plaza de Paraíso, and Plaza San Francisco all offer numerous restaurants to dine out. If you are a night owl then you should experience the cheerful bars in the Magdalena district.
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