Calle Alfonso I is the ideal Access route to the Plaza del Pilar. Its historical buildings are the perfect frame for the basilica.

The walk par excellence in Zaragoza: from Calle Alfonso I to the

Plaza del Pilar to finish at one of the bridges over the River Ebro with their views.

The Pasaje del Ciclón is one of the half concealed surprises of the

Plaza del Pilar. A charming air-conditioned corner where you can recharge your batteries.

The Plaza de San Felipe, with centenarian restaurants,

Renaissance Palaces and Baroque Churches, is the entrance to the charming Museo Pablo Gargallo.

In Plaza del Pilar, near the Town Hall, stands La Lonja, a lovely example of Renaissance architecture with original elements influenced by Mudejar and late gothic art.

The Lonja is one of the most beautiful renaissance buildings in Zaragoza. At the present time, it is a prestigious exhibition hall.