The city is home to baroque Nuestra Señora del Pilar basilica, a famous pilgrimage site with a shrine to the Virgin Mary and multiple domes. Other notable landmarks include: Mudéjar-style landmarks, combining Islamic and Gothic architecture, include the Aljafería, an 11th-century Moorish palace, and the Cathedral of the Savior (12th century).

Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar

19th century

Stone monastery

12th century

Palace Aljaferia

UNESCO world heritage

Salvador Cathedral

UNESCO world heritage

El Tubo

tapas, food

Pilar Lift

tower, view

San Pedro Church

UNESCO world heritage

Alfonso I street

street, shopping

Pilar square

lively square

Teruel Cathedral

UNESCO world heritage

Caesaraugusta Theatre Museum

museum, amphitheater

Belchite

historic village

Museum Pablo Gargallo

art museum

La Lonja

16th century

Goya Museum

art museum

Courtyard of the Infanta

16th century

Aquarium

river aquarium

Zaragoza Museum

archaeology, art

Daroca

medieval city

Fuente de la Hispanidad

historic fountain

Lantern Museum and Crystal Rosary

lantern, crystals

Stone Bridge

15th century

Old building of the Faculty of Medicine

19th century

CaixaForum

cultural center

Caesaraugusta Forum Museum

roman remains

Tower San Martin

UNESCO world heritage

Central Market

colorful market

Museum of Fire and Firefighters

firefighter evolution

Emoz

origami art

Pablo Serrano Museum

sculptures, drawings

Arch of the Dean

15th century

Church of Santa Isabel Portugal

17th century

Zuda Tower

16th century

Diocesan Museum

historical artifacts

San Pablo Church

UNESCO world heritage

Jose Antonio Grande Park

large park

Santa María Church

UNESCO world heritage

The Royal Cavalry Armoury

17th century

Museum Caesaraugusta Public Baths

roman ruins