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Discover the most breathtaking places around Zaragoza, a wide range of local products that you will love and the best of its gastronomy in every single post.

Zarogoza is a perfect city to enjoy its terrace bars, a city with many squares in the center, surely you can easily find a place to sit and enjoy some tapas with a drink. From Rutica 41 we indicate several of them so that you...

Our hometown is more than 2000 years old and what better way to discover it than visiting its museums. From rutica 41 we list and describe the Zaragoza museum, Spain 1-  Goya museum Calle Espoz y Mina, 23, 50003 Zaragoza The work of the Aragonese painter, Francisco...

If you are coming to visit Zaragoza, you will wonder what you are going to carry in your suitcase, at Rutica 41 we give you our advice for your orientation. The Zaragoza weather changes throughout the year, it is an inland continental climate, with hot summers,...

Zaragoza is a city in Spain, capital of the Aragon community with more than 2000 years of history and with a population of 674,997 inhabitants, it is the fifth most populous city in the country, after Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia and Seville. From Rutica 41 give...

Jamón of Teruel is the denomination of origin of the ham made in the province of Teruel. It was the first ham with denomination of origin of Spain. The races of pigs admitted by D.O. are crosses between the Landrace breeds (standard type) and Large...

There are many day trips from Zaragoza, from visits to nature, with unique ecosystems, tasting its cuisine and regional wines, in addition to knowing its ancient heritage. Zaragoza's geographical location, halfway between Madrid and Barcelona, ​​and its more than 2000 years of history with the different...

Paella is one of the best-known dishes in the Spanish cuisine. the origin of the first one is in Valencia. Afther little by little would expand throughout Spain and the world. we are going to give you the steps and the secrets to cook in...

El Tubo is an area of several streets in the center of Zaragoza. It is the main and the most traditional area of tapas in the city, between El Coso, Alfonso, Don Jaime and Méndez Núñez streets. You can also access directly from Plaza de...

A long time ago, finding a different and modern Coffee-Shop was very difficult in Zaragoza, now there are a few Coffee-Shops, a little groundbreaking where having a piece of cake in an original environment. They have a well kept interior design with different gastronomic proposals. It...

Not only is Cariñena a land of wines, but also a land with a very rich historical and artistic heritage from the Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance and Baroque times. If you are so lucky to spend some days in Zaragoza and are interested in knowing about the...

There are many plans to make in the Aragonese capital, from walking around its streets trying the local cuisine to visit the most iconic places in the city. It doesn't matter how long you stay in Zaragoza, there are some typical places you have to see...

Travelling is about discovering new cultures and lifestyles. Get inmersed in the full experience by tasting the typical dishes of Zaragoza Some people like salty food and some others are into sweeties. It doesn't matter how you are, Zaragoza's gastronomy will provide a divers and complete...

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