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Zaragoza is the bustling capital of the autonomous community of Aragon. Its location, on the banks of the Ebro River and halfway between Madrid and Barcelona, makes this city an attractive meeting point and cultural centre.
Basilica del Pilar: This cathedral-basilica in the Baroque style is the jewel of Zaragoza, with an inner and outer beauty. Together with the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, it is one of the most important spiritual centres in Spain and its wall paintings by the artist Francisco de Goya, his sculptures, marble pillars and intricate examples of masonry make it an artistic point without equal. You can reach it with your rental car without problems and park in the parking lot of the Plaza del Pilar and Courts.
La Seo Cathedral: the Cathedral of San Salvador is the first cathedral in Zaragoza and the second most important in the city after the Pilar. One of the curiosities is that it is built on the site of an ancient Roman forum, a Visigoth church and a mosque.
Museum of the Roman Theatre of Caesaraugusta: it is one of the largest theatres in Roman Spain, with the capacity for 6,000 people.
Iglesia de la Magdalena: This 14th-century Mudejar church stands out for its tower and apse, though its main altarpiece and the images located on the nave, made by José Ramírez de Arellano, author of the sculptures of the Holy Chapel of the Pillar, well deserve the visitor's attention.
Aragón is a fascinating community that offers visitors the opportunity to taste the best of Spanish cuisine, as well as explore cities and small towns rich in history and charm.
In Aragon there are also extraordinary examples of Mudejar architecture, a unique style. From Roman ruins to 12th-century castles, numerous historical treasures await.
Lleida: 90 minutes' drive from Zaragoza gets you to the Catalan city of Lleida. Don't miss the Seu Vella Cathedral, the Gardeny Castle, the Mitjana Park or the San Juan Church, among others.
Tarazona: After renting your car in Zaragoza you can drive northwest and in less than an hour on the AP-68 and N-122 you will reach Tarazona. Don't miss the visit to the cathedral, which portrays an unusual combination of Gothic, Mudejar and Renaissance style.
Illueca: leaving Zaragoza to the southwest on the A-2 you will reach the beautiful town of Illueca. In this city you can visit numerous monuments, such as the Palace Palace of Papa Luna. This imposing construction is located at the highest point of the city and presents an interesting combination of influences from medieval and Mudejar architecture.
Calatayud: Calatayud is just under an hour from Zaragoza on the A-2 motorway. This ancient city is located in the southwest of Aragon and its history dates back to Roman times.
Huesca: somewhat closer, about 75 kilometres away is Huesca, also belonging to the Community of Aragon. Its main tourist points are the Monastery of San Pedro el Viejo, the Cathedral of Santa María, the Castle of Montearagón or the park of Miguel Servetus.
Which side of the road?
In Spain, please drive on the right side of the road.
Country driving laws
All speed signs will be in km/h.
For a standard Avis rental vehicle with no trailers:
Unless indicated by road signs.
Child safety / Seatbelt laws
Please note - It is the child’s parent / guardian or vehicle renter’s responsibility to fit the child seat.
This road rules information is for provided for general guidance only. We endeavour to keep the information up to date and accurate, but any reliance you place on this information is at your own risk.