Aragon places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Aragon region. See also our Aragon travel guide.

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Aguero

Aguero is sited at the foot of the Los Mollos mountains which are more of a big rounded cliff than traditional mountain.
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Ainsa

Ainsa is an attractive medieval town with an arcaded main square. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns of Spain.
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Albarracin

Albarracin is a beautiful town which won an international award for historical preservation
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Alcaniz

Alcaniz castle, now a parador, rises above the town. Its old town contains medieval and Renaissance buildings.
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Alquezar

Alquezar is situated above the Rio Vero canyon the combination of great views and moorish architecture makes this village well worth a visit.
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Daroca

Daroca's medieval battlements and towers make this a very interesting town to visit.
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Tarazona

Tarazona has lots of Moorish architecture including a cathedral which is a mix of gothic and mudejar style architecture.
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Teruel

Teruel cathedral is a treat and the town boasts five Mudejar towers. A must for anyone interested in Mudejar architecture.
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Zaragoza

Zaragoza, called Saragossa in English, is the capital of Aragon, fifth biggest town in Spain and an important centre of beautiful Mudejar buildings.
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