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Hotel 280 Zaragoza

Thanks to our location you can discover unique places. Zaragoza, capital of the Aragon region, is located on the banks of the Ebro River, halfway between Madrid and Barcelona. There are many reasons to visit it but among them stand out its great cultural legacy, the hospitality of its people and its gastronomy. Do not miss it!

LA ALJAFERÍA

It is one of the most important monuments of the Hispano-Muslim architecture of the 11th century. Although the building has undergone successive reforms, we can walk among its beautiful garden porticos of the Patio de Santa Isabel, the Golden Hall and the Oratory.

REAL MAESTRANZA

Former Palace of Don Miguel Donlope is the seat of the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Zaragoza since 1912. Its construction was ordered by the lawyer of the converted Miguel Donlope and lasted during the third and fourth decades of the 16th century.

LA LONJA

The building was constructed by the Council, destined to serve as Merchants' Market, according to the project of the master Juan de Sariñena. It is the first fully Renaissance building in the city and the most important civil construction of the 16thcentury in Aragon.

ROMAN WALLS

Caesaraugusta was surrounded by a wall with numerous towers, perhaps up to 120. Its walls had a considerable thickness, which reached in many areas the 7 metres, being the outer part of alabaster and limestone ashlars, and the interior of an extraordinarily hard mortar.

CATEDRAL DE LA SEO

The Cathedral of the Savior in his Epiphany of Zaragoza is one of the two metropolitan cathedrals of Zaragoza, together with the basilica and the Pilar Cathedral. It is usually called "the Seo", as opposed to "the Pilar". It is built on the site of the ancient Roman forum of Caesaraugusta and the Saraqusta mosque, whose minaret still remains imprinted on the current tower.

BASILICA DEL PILAR

According to the tradition, it is the first Marian temple of Christianity, since in it the pillar is preserved and venerated - in reality, a jasper column - which, according to tradition, was placed by the Virgin Mary who, still living in Jerusalem, would have appeared in mortal flesh to the apostle James on January 2 of the year 40.

MONASTERIO DE PIEDRA

The walls of the 13th century Monastery conceal almost eight centuries of History since its consecration, in 1218. Here you can contemplate the main characteristics of Cistercian architecture. The Church is the central building, with an annexed cloister around which the monastic stays are arranged: Chapter House, Cillería or warehouse, Kitchen, Refectorio and Calefactory.

TARAZONA AND ITS CATHEDRAL

The Cathedral of Santa María de la Huerta is located in Tarazona, capital of the Tarazona and Moncayo regions, and is located at the foot of the Moncaine massif, 89 km from Zaragoza.

It has an important heritage, a mark of the importance that the city had since Roman times and during the course of the centuries.