Bathed by the Ebro that irrigates a fertile plain, Zaragoza extends an invitation to explore its two-thousand-year-old history, marked by Romans, Arabs, Jews and Christians. Before a trip to the Goya Museum, admire the Basilica del Pilar set on a lovely square. Don't miss Aljaferia Palace, a unique monument. Also take the time to soak up the city's warm welcome, possibly nibbling on tapas in the Tubo!
Roman, Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance… but above all else, fiercely modern. The capital of Aragon is not the most popular of Spanish cities. A good reason to head there for a weekend and divide your time between its heritage and its tapas bars.