Free walking tours in Zaragoza

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Best things to do and see in Zaragoza

Discover all of Zaragoza’s secrets, and get to truly know the capital of Aragón, located in north-western Spain. It is a city that’s history resonates through its neighborhoods, streets, and corners on the banks of the Ebro River. On top of the obligatory visit to the Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar, there is a whole world to discover in the vicinity. You can find other cities such as Logroño, Huesca, Pamplona, ​​Barcelona or Valencia in the same region of ​​the country that also attract many tourists throughout the year who want to do a free walking tour with GuruWalk.

If you do a free walking tour in Zaragoza, it is very possible that you will visit the Palace of the AljaferĂ­a, where you can admire the Cathedral of El Salvador, walk through the Plaza de la Virgen del Pilar, pass over the Stone Bridge or enjoy the JosĂ© Antonio Labordeta Park. But you should also see other points of interest such as the Pablo Gargallo Museum, the Stone Monastery on the outskirts or pass in front of the Puerta del Carmen. In any case, you can choose different types of guided tours in Zaragoza that are available in the morning, afternoon, or evening. 

There are some tours that focus on the most important and iconic things in the city for a tour that takes about 2-3 hours and others that are more specific and focus on themes, like food and drink. These take travelers to more specific areas or neighborhoods and really help tourists get to know the area and explore that part of the city. Also, being able to discover Zaragoza with a local guide is something that will give you a lot of information about the culture and history of the place how the locals live it each day. If you have any questions, you can review other tourists’ reviews and ratings about both the tour route and the guide on GuruWalk

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