Did you know that Zaragoza offers guided tours aimed at tickling the taste buds for you to enjoy during your visit? Discover these and other gastronomic plans in Zaragoza and prepare a getaway full of flavour to one of the great cities of Spain. Zaragoza is the capital of the region of Aragon and its fantastic accessibility gives it pride of place among Europe's city break destinations. It has direct AVE high-speed train connections with Madrid and Barcelona, with journeys of less than two hours, and its international airport has regular flights for several European cities. Choose Zaragoza for your getaway and enjoy its gastronomy with these plans:
1. The chocolate tour
Zaragoza has a long chocolate tradition, with establishments specialising in the production of chocolate delights since the 19th century. Some of the most iconic establishments are located in the city centre. And there is no better way to reveal its delights than with theChocopass, a voucher to enjoy five tastings, to choose from numerous establishments throughout the city.
2. Tapas in the city
Tapas in Zaragoza are one of the most popular gastronomic traditions and its annual tapas contest is one of the oldest in Spain. The various neighbourhoods of Zaragoza feature different gastronomic environments and establishments specialised in the art of tapas. Tubo is of particular notice, a famous set of streets (narrow and elongated like tubes) in the old town, where the culture of tapas is present every day of the year. Migas, ternasco, borage, avant-garde tapas and multiple possibilities, paired with good Aragonese wines, which make street cuisine a pleasure for the senses. Locals and visitors frequent the establishments to enjoy tapas any day of the week.
3. The more variety, the better
Creative, sustainable and conceptual gastronomy is booming in Zaragoza. More and more establishments offer an innovative and fresh concept, respectful of tradition and the environment. In turn, the city follows the times with establishments full of history that survive, reinvent themselves and surprise with endless styles to choose from. In Zaragoza, craftwork, innovation and gastronomy form a starred combination, and more than one of these is a Michelin star.