The streets in Zaragoza bustle with life as tourism increases. Travel Zaragoza Spain
The Calle de Alfonso in Zaragoza. Photo by Sixto Hernando

With a population of more than 700,000, Zaragoza is quickly becoming popular with tourists from all over the world and has become one of the more prevalent destinations for Erasmus students looking to immerse themselves into the Spanish culture. It has everything the big cities offer all within close proximity, and with a cinema providing original version films, it is sure to keep this boy from London here a while at least.

If You Go to Zaragoza, Spain

Plaza del Pilar


Puerto Venecia

Author Bio: Born and raised on the outskirts of London, Stuart Fitch is a journalism graduate currently teaching English as a foreign language. He has lived in Spain for over three years after spending one year working in China. Since graduating from University, he has continued writing as a way of relaxing and sharing his experiences. In his free time, he likes to read and go to the cinema as well as play weekend football with his friends.

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