Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #2 in Zaragoza, Spain


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Tour Facts

Number of sights 5 sights
Distance 1.3 km
Ascend 42 m
Descend 30 m

Explore Zaragoza in Spain with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.

Individual Sights in Zaragoza

Sight 1: San Miguel Church

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San Miguel Church Escarlati / CC BY-SA 2.5

San Miguel de los Navarros is a church in Zaragoza, Spain. It has a single nave with side chapels, a polygonal apse and a bell tower, located at the northern side.

Wikipedia: San Miguel de los Navarros (EN), Website

339 meters / 4 minutes

Sight 2: Plaza de los Sitios

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The Plaza de los Sitios is an enclave located in the center of Zaragoza, very close to the Paseo de la Independencia and in the vicinity of the Huerva River.

Wikipedia: Plaza de Los Sitios (ES)

149 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 3: Museo de Zaragoza - Antigüedad y Bellas Artes

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Museo de Zaragoza - Antigüedad y Bellas Artes Escarlati / CC BY 2.5

Zaragoza Museum is a national museum in the Plaza de los Sitios in the city of Zaragoza in Spain. Its collections range from the Lower Palaeolithic to the modern era and include archaeology, fine arts, ethnology and Iberian ceramics.

Wikipedia: Zaragoza Museum (EN), Website

644 meters / 8 minutes

Sight 4: Monumento a la Constitución de 1978

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The 1978 Constitution Monument, an allegorical composition to commemorate the 1978 Spanish Constitution, sits on the promenade of the Zaragoza Constitution.

Wikipedia: Monumento a la Constitución de 1978 (Zaragoza) (ES), Website

214 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 5: Patio de La Infanta Ibercaja

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With the name of Patio de la Infanta is known a Renaissance courtyard of 1550 currently located within the headquarters of Ibercaja, in the street of San Ignacio de Loyola in Zaragoza. It is the inner courtyard of the palace residence of Gabriel Zaporta, an important merchant and banker of Jewish origin, lender of Charles V. The name comes from the Infanta María Teresa de Vallabriga, wife of Luis de Borbón y Farnesio —brother of King Carlos III—, who, already widowed, returned to Zaragoza to live from 1785 in the Zaporta Palace.

Wikipedia: Patio de la Infanta (ES)


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