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Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar

Plaza del Pilar, s/n, 50003 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 39 74 97
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Plaza del Pilar, s/n, 50003 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 39 74 97

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This cathedral is very very large, also it awes me. I think that is what they are supposed to do, but this one more than the others. It's a great shame they only have electric candles, it's not the same as the real ones. Otherwise...More

Thank acdourlein
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful cathedral just metres away from our hotel. It is beautiful inside and outside. And the free entry is a bonus!

Thank HOLLIE2009
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's an impressive building but I personally struggled with the atmosphere on the inside. Definitely one of the coldest spots in Zaragoza in summer though.

Thank Franziska S
Reviewed 1 week ago

It would be foolish to not visit here while in Zaragoza. The scale is astonishing! Incredible chapels, domes, and famous Goya cupolas inside. Home to the miracle virgin statue which sits in the main chapel and emits a holiness that is palpable. The outside is...More

Thank forcesoflight
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very impressive basillica covering a wide area. Worth going over the bridge halfway to get a good look at the roof. Lots of cafes along the side of the basilica plus 2 impressive water features st either end of the area.

Thank steve c
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited here after reading TA reviews. The Basilica is beautiful and free to enter, however we would have preferred to pay an entrance fee in order to be provided with information leaflet in English as this would have greatly enhanced our visit. A mass...More

1  Thank Monica C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

the church is amazing ... so beautiful ...the sq is also very kool with other features .. waterfall wart globe etc

Thank den r
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Cathedral is a must when visiting Zaragoza. Center of the city on the Ebro River. Interesting history.

Thank DrPapo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Basilica is huge - someone had likened it to a football pitch and I can see why. It It's quite light inside and some of the altars are very ornate. There was a service taking place so we didn't linger in half the Basilica-...More

Thank AJMglobaltraveller
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A really impressive building and so large, the chiming of the bells is wonderful. Lots of opportunities for pics and enjoy. The square is magnificent with water feature and a chance to watch the whole world go by.

1  Thank HappyTravellers222
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28 March 2017|
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Response from johnboyPeterborough | Reviewed this property |
Hola Christina. I think it is open until 21-45 John
John G
19 January 2017|
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Response from RedThunderbird | Reviewed this property |
Hi John G, I have not but, have talked to a few taxi/Uber drivers who would do this sort of thing on their spare time. In the case of Zaragoza...I don't think is necessary...all the 'old' part is in a ten block by ten block... More
Lisa S
7 January 2017|
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Response from Twomarys | Reviewed this property |
Don't drive. Find somewhere on the edge of town to park and take the tram.