Trip Planner : Europe / Spain / Aragon / Province of Zaragoza / Zaragoza / Historic Sites / Calatayud
Categories: Ruins, Castles, Tourist Spots
The second-largest town in Aragón, Calatayud is also known as "the very noble, loyal, always august, and most faithful City of Calatayud." A 15th-century bell tower rises from the city's main plaza as part of the collegiate church of Santa Maria. The church was built on the site of a mosque. Even though the remains of this mosque are hidden deep under the earth, you can still tour Moorish history above ground in the Moorish fortress, one of the oldest and largest on the Iberian peninsula. Plan to visit Calatayud and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Zaragoza attractions using our Zaragoza travel itinerary maker.
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Estuve en Calatayud y sinceramente no tiene ningún atractivo como ciudad.Està muy descuidada,los edificios muy dejados.Aunque tiene iglesias y otros monumentos muy bonitos.I was in Calatayud and sincerely has no appeal as a city. It is very sloppy, very left buildings. Although it has churches and other very beautiful monuments.show original
visite du centre ville et de sa cathedrale une nuit passee a la meson de la dolores (plus qu'un hotel c'est aussi un musee)visit the city and its cathedral one night past has the meson of the dolores (more that a hotel is also a Museum)show original
Had a fabulous meal at the Meson De La Dolores, after a day out at the Monasterio de Piedra Park. The service and food were very good.
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