Zaragoza in The Washington Post

Posted June 30, 2017 by zaragozaturismo in Guided visits

As we told you through our social media, we are happy to share this article from The Washington Post about the attractiveness of Zaragoza as tourist destination, published last 20 June.

The Washington Post, one of the most influential newspapers in the world, has focused on Zaragoza to sell it to the world as a city of reference for tourism in Spain, under the title of Zaragoza: Goya, tapas in El Tubo and 2.000 years of history.

It highlights the history of the city, its monuments, the art of Goya and our gastronomy among others as major tourist attractions.

The journalist Michelle Locke, author of the article, walked around Plaza del Pilar and by the banks of the Ebro; visited classic attractions such as Pilar Basilica, San Salvador Cathedral (La Seo) and its Tapestry Museum, Aljaferia Palace and she didn’t forget the Goya Museum. But she also had time to visit the cultural space designed to promote creatives project Las Armas and enjoyed tapas in the traditional area of El Tubo. Besides, she travelled to the wine region of Cariñena –located about a 40-minute drive from Zaragoza.

Throughout the article, the author invites the American readers to discover Zaragoza, and explains that thanks to its situation – halfway between Madrid and Barcelona-, its 2,000-old years of history, and its mixture of architecture, art and tapas, Zaragoza should be on your list of Spanish cities to explore.

You can read the complete article here: Zaragoza: Goya, tapas in El Tubo and 2.000 years of history


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