Category: Aragon

Aragón - This is the medieval neighborhood of Tarazona and its former Jewish quarter

Hanging houses in Tarazona When you visit the narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter and the medieval district of Cinto during your visit to Tarazona, north of Aragon, you will understand why the romantic poet Gustavo Adolfo Becquer called it "little Toledo" after his stay . You will surely have gone to Tarazona with the intention of visiting its remodeled cathedral, one of the great jewels of Mudejar art.
Tips for skiing in Formigal-Panticosa in the Pyrenees of Aragon
Tips for skiing in Formigal-Panticosa in the Pyrenees of Aragon
Collado at the Formigal ski resort in Aragón If this season you plan on skiing in Formigal, in the Aragonese Pyrenees, you may already know that it is the most skiable area in Spain, without considering those in Andorra. Formigal is located in the Tena Valley, in the center of the Aragonese Pyrenees, and its tracks linked to those of Panticosa make up a 180-kilometer ski domain with 146 tracks in total.
Aragón - This is the visit of the remodeled Cathedral of Tarazona
Aragón - This is the visit of the remodeled Cathedral of Tarazona
Decoration of the ceiling of the Cathedral of Tarazona in Aragon The possibility of knowing the cathedral of Tarazona well justifies a tourist getaway to this town of Aragon that has a long history behind it. From the aforementioned cathedral, you may know that it is a building that for several decades was closed to the public by major renovation works, and that after its reopening in April 2011, it is very worth going to Tarazona to visit it.
Aragon - 7 historical curiosities of the Cathedral of Tarazona
Aragon - 7 historical curiosities of the Cathedral of Tarazona
Cathedral of Tarazona in Aragon One of the architectural jewels to discover in Spain is, without a doubt, the restored Cathedral of Tarazona, which you can visit north of Moncayo, on the borders between Aragon, Castile and Navarra. The reopening of this cathedral in April 2011, after being closed for 30 years, became a great cultural event and has led to a focus on the heritage attractions of the historic town of Tarazona.
Aragon - Magdalena Church, emblematic monument in Tarazona
Aragon - Magdalena Church, emblematic monument in Tarazona
Iglesia de la Magdalena in Tarazona in Aragon You may have knowledge of the great cultural heritage of Tarazona, for having heard of the remodeled Santa María de la Huerta cathedral, for whose visit you may have a getaway to this medieval town in northern Aragon .
Huesca Legends Live Festival, medieval recreations from September 22 to 28
Huesca Legends Live Festival, medieval recreations from September 22 to 28
Cloister of San Pedro el Viejo in Huesca One of the best ways to discover the most beautiful corners of cities and towns in Spain is through its history. Specifically, recreations of historical times are increasingly common given the great attraction they have for visitors. This way I have been able to verify them in which until now I have had the opportunity to attend during my trips.
Aragón - This is the medieval neighborhood of Tarazona and its former Jewish quarter
Aragón - This is the medieval neighborhood of Tarazona and its former Jewish quarter
Hanging houses in Tarazona When you visit the narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter and the medieval district of Cinto during your visit to Tarazona, north of Aragon, you will understand why the romantic poet Gustavo Adolfo Becquer called it "little Toledo" after his stay . You will surely have gone to Tarazona with the intention of visiting its remodeled cathedral, one of the great jewels of Mudejar art.