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Patio de la Infanta, Zaragoza

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When visiting this historical city, most visitors opt to stay in the old quarter, or Casco Viejo, for its convenient proximity to many of the city's iconic landmarks and compact network of local eateries, shops, and traditional architecture. The old quarter is located along the Ebre River meaning that you are only a scenic waterfront stroll away from the rest of the city's buzzing neighborhoods. Several newer hotels are located in the commercial zone centered around Gran Via, one of the city's main arteries, where plenty of shops and well-known restaurants line the buzzing streets. Alternatively, head to the University district for a mix of eclectic shops, quaint cafes, and a vibrant nightlife, where accommodation tends to be a bit cheaper.
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  • Interesting historical patio housed inside a modern bank. It was demolished and reconstructed in Paris and then returned to Zaragoza. Worth seeking out, open Mondays when many museums are closed and e...  more »
  • somewhere in the city, inside the headquarters of main bank of Zaragoza you can find this middle age palace court, elegant, with a lot of details and always hosting exhibitions. You get inside and tra...  more »
  • We went on early Saturday evening. It's important to note this closes for siesta. It's about a 15 minute walk from the old town, and best of all, free. It's important to take note that it's in a very ...  more »
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  • A little-known site but very charming.
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