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Nice walk amongst bars and restaurants. Try eating some tapas in a few different bars. Do not miss a dish with “miga” (bread crumbs) as it is traditional , they serve either with grapes, eggs or chorizo.
this part of the city, is a place worth visiting. Streets full of restaurants and cafes were you can find all type of cuisines, not only tapas, but also international dishes, if you want something else, besides tapas or pinxchos..
we went twice to this...More
To get at the heart of the city center in Zaragoza, you have to visit El Tubo--the narrow alleys full of restaurants, cafes, bars, quaint little plazas and shops. Some parts are cleaner than others, and some establishments more reputable than others, but if you...More
Do not miss to go to The Tube in the evening: even if you do not drink some glasses of wine and taste different tapas...But: if you find time, go to this street again in the morning - you will feel a very big difference.
A lot of small restaurants/bars that offer a wide range of tapas and drinks. Tapas are Spanish traditional and international too. It's a real gastronomic experience and it's recommended to do at least 2 or 3 stopovers in 2 or 3 different restaurants. Love the...More
Plenty of small places for tapas, or more formal meals. All sorts of foods, spanish traditional, and International. Also fussion.
Bars are in narrow streets, with a wonderful atmosphere. Expect being a bit crowd in peak hours and weekends / special celebration days, but that...More
The El Tubo is a great culinary street and gastronomic experience.
When there visit El Hormiguero Azul for the best Seafood Tapas amongst the best I have experienced in my many travels throughout Spain