It's just mind blowing to wander around in such a huge collection of wealth in one building. It was free entry and well worth a visit.
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One of the most amazing and beautiful basilicas in the world. With ceiling pained by Goya and ornate decorations and statues it is quite overwhelming and difficult to take in all you see in one visit. Highly recommend and will be heading back at night...More
This beautiful basilica was a nice surprise on our stopover in Zaragoza! We walked past the basilica on our after dinner walk and we were not disappointed! Would definitely recommend to see the outside at night on one of the bridges. Magical! We went inside...More
The story of the lady is incredible. This is still very much a working cathedral. Visitors should definitely ascend the tower for a wonderful view of the city.
First walk part way across the bridge over the river for a view of the outside. Then walk through, including a visit to the tower by elevator for great views of the church and of the city. I would air kiss the pillar, if you...More
The Basilica dominates the northern edge of the city, between the river and Plaza del Pilar (Zaragoza's version of the Plaza Mayor) and from the outside it is an impressive sight, especially the tiled roofs. Inside it's massive, with some nice features, but we preferred...More
Worth the two hour drive from Pamplona just to stand and look at it, built in 17th century, it's magnificent. Free entry. Twelve different chapels, a wealth of history. Go onto the stone bridge at sunset and watch it change, looks fantastic at night also.