The Pyrenees Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Pyrenees - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Zaragoza 12

Jaca 5

Huesca 5

Ripoll 5

Roncal Valley 4

Llivia 3

Puigcerda 3

Alquezar 2

Roncesvalles (Orreaga) 2

Ainsa 2

Hecho and Anso Valleys 1

Monasterio de San Juan de la Peña 1

Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido 1

Benasque 1

Caldes de Boi 1

Taull 1

Salardu 1

Vielha 1

Espot 1

Parc Nacional d'Aiguestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici 1

La Seu d'Urgell 1

Sant Joan de les Abadesses 1

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Beget 1

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Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar

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Hulking on the banks of the Ebro, the basilica, often known simply as "La Pilarica," or "El Pilar," is Zaragoza's symbol and pride. An...

EMOZ (Escuela Museo Origami Zaragoza)

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Within Zaragoza's Centro de Historias, EMOZ houses one of the finest collections of origami in the world. These eye-popping exhibitions...

Iglesia de San Pablo

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After the basilica and La Seo, this church, with examples of Mudejar architecture in its brickwork, is considered by zaragozanos to be...

La Seo

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Zaragoza's cathedral, at the eastern end of the Plaza del Pilar, is the city's bishopric, or diocesan seo (seat). An amalgam of architectural...

Museo Diocesano

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Portraits of archbishops (one by Goya), Flemish tapestries, Renaissance and medieval paintings, and the remains of the Romanesque door...

Museo Goya Colección Ibercaja

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A fine collection of Goya's works, particularly engravings, are on view here. ...

Museo Pablo Gargallo

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This is one of Zaragoza's most treasured and admired gems, both for the palace in which it is housed and for its collection—Gargallo,...

Museo Pablo Serrano

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A collection of works by the famous 20th-century sculptor Pablo Serrano (1908–85) and his wife, Juana Francés, are on display in this...

Museo de Zaragoza

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This museum contains a rich treasury of works by Zaragoza's emblematic painter, Goya, including his portraits of Fernando VII and his...

Museo del Foro

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Remains of the Roman forum and the Roman sewage system can be seen here. Two more Roman sites, the thermal baths at Calle de San Juan...