there is a place near Zaragoza 1hour (115km) or so driving, Monasterio de Piedra is within the area of Aragonese Balnearios (spas)Alhama, Jaraba...
Monasterio de Piedra is a beautiful natural scenery with water falls and natural lakes.There is also a monastery (from the 12th century) where you can find a Wine Museum, recently created. Restaurants and also a hotel are part of the whole thing. There are several guided visits to the monastery and the cellars (Denominacion de Origen de Calatayud)
Within the city i would recomend a visit to La Aljaferia a really interesting palace from the 11th century and that has been suffering reforms up to the 20 th. It is a must !!! even if you do not like museums!! nothing to do with it.THere is a muslim part that become christian with the Catholic Kings and that nowaday houses the Government of Aragon.You can get visits in English if you want , and if you have a student card is free to enter.
The Tourist Board organises touristic guided walks through the city:
I live and work in the city so do not hesitate to make any question.