Famtrips, blogtrips, presstrips, and more!

Posted July 28, 2017 by zaragozaturismo in Zaragoza today

Did you know that…… to Zaragoza come not just tourists but also journalists, bloggers and professionals from the tourism sector interested in writing about the city and include it in its circuits?

What are they interested in? Where do they come from? Mexico, Singapore, Italy, Spain, France, United Kingdom are some of the places of origin of professionals who visit us.

Do you remember the article about Zaragoza who published The Washington Post? This was the result of the stay of the journalist Michelle Locke last March.

Between March and early April we received a blogger and a photographer from Singapore, on a trip to Spain organized by the Spanish Tourist Office in Singapore. The photographer Jiahui revealed in a post her 3 favourite places in Zaragoza.

Stefania Colombo, from the blog A spasso per la Spagna, visited the tourism fair Aratur during his trip to Zaragoza in may and wrote a post about the Basílica del Pilar and two others about the Aljaferia Palace (part 1 and part 2).

Yashy Murphy, a blogger specialized in family tourism and author of Baby & Life, came to Zaragoza with his family at the beginning of June. A good example are her posts on social networks. Have a look at her Top 10 of things to do in Zaragoza!

The city of Zaragoza has also left its mark on the blog of Paco, Vero and Helia  (Paco & Vero travels), specialized in family tourism. Discover what to visit in Zaragoza in 24 h and the EMOZ (Museum of Origami of Zaragoza). 

Elena Zappi from the blog  Wainomi TravelBlog, travelled to Zaragoza from Milan in June and wrote a post about what to see in a 2-day getaway to Zaragoza.

At the end of June, the blogger Ellie Quinn of The Wandering Quinn also dropped in on Zaragoza within the framework of the blogtrip #SpainCities ’10 cities, 10 bloggers’, following the strategy of Turespaña of promotion of urban destinations to attract the cosmopolitan tourist.

During her stay, Ellie could enjoy the cultural heritage of Zaragoza from Goya to the urban art of Asalto Festival, discovering Zaragoza on foot and by bus, enjoyed Trayectos -a reference point for contemporary dance in Spain -, and visited both as to the historic centre of the city as as to the Expo area. Discover her 48 h- guide and 40 things to see and do in Zaragoza.

Last July 15th a group of French touroperators, specialized in travel for school pupils, visited Zaragoza during 3 hours in a tour through the historic town with its main attractions (Basílica del Pilar, La Seo, route of Caesaraugusta, Goya Museum, Pablo Gargallo Museum and Central Market), the urban art of Las Armas, the Aragonese Mudejar art, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, San Pablo Church, and the Aljaferia Palace.

2 weeks ago visited our city a journalist of Télérama, a French cultural magazine of the group Le Monde, with more than 2.5 million readers. Lorraine Rosignol was very interested in learning about the life of Goya in Zaragoza, his works and his experiences. During her visit, as well as explore the places where we can find works of the famous Aragonese artist, followed his footsteps through the city, visited places where he had lived and where had studied, including the church where his parents were married… We’re waiting for them to publish the article!

We’ll continue working to show our wonderful city!


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