Zaragoza, Spain. Historic centre, 2 bedrooms. 2h Madrid-Barcelona
Our priorities in 2021
Juillet - Août : France (Lyon, Strasbourg, Reims)
August: Italy (Firenze, Napoli, Sicilia)
Our wishes for 2022:
Asia (Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Sri Lanka)
America (Québec, Ontario, New York, Boston)
A cozy apartment in the historic centre of Zaragoza / Saragossa, few minutes walk to main amenities in the city: Plaza del Pilar, Plaza de Zaragoza, Ebro River ....
This is our second home, available for short stays and non simultaneous swaps all year round.
Our first home located in Tudela (Navarra) is also available for swaps.
Our 60 m2 flat has 2 bedrooms -one with a king size bed, 1 with bunk beds-, 1 bathroom, living room with sofa-bed, kitchen, parquet, A/C. Fully furnished and well equipped.Garage. Close to all amenities. Sleeps four. All monuments and shops are five minutes walk.
Why We Love Our Home:
Best location, monuments, shops, cafés,gastronomy.
Within walking distance to all interesting places.
Non simultaneous exchanges any time!
The city of Zaragoza offers your an authentic Spanish experience.
Zaragoza is a great place to experience the charm of Spain, only a short two hours from Madrid-Barcelona and three from Valencia. Bilbao, Logroño (Rioja), Pamplona and Pyrenees mountains close.
The flat is located in the heart of historic town, 200 meters from Basilica de El Pilar. Thanks to its central location the apartment is ideal to walk everywhere enjoying the "spanish way of live": tapas-bar, restaurants, shops, groceries, bakeries. . . Zaragoza offers you the real spanish atmosphere.
Buses, tramway, cycleways, footpath along the river. AVE (high-speed) train station is 10 min. Excellent restaurants and tapas bars in the nearby, make your staying in Zaragoza the most exciting and pleasant. Cinemas, theaters and art museums are also close to the location.
Just minutes away in either direction you can reach by foot all the most beautiful places: Mercado Central, Plaza del Pilar, roman walls, gothic, mudejar and baroque churches, Ebro river, "El Corte Ingles" (why not? )