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Museo de Zaragoza

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Museo de Zaragoza

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Plaza los Sitios 6 CP 50001, 50001 Zaragoza Spain
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Discover the pleasures of Northern Spain with this 4-day guided tour from Barcelona. Travel by coach to several scenic cities including San Sebastian, Bilbao, Oviedo, and Salamanca. Learn about local history during guided tours and see popular landmarks including Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum. Hotels, entrance fees, some meals, and transportation are included.
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GRostova wrote a review Nov 2019
Los Angeles, California7 contributions5 helpful votes
Everything was great but parking situation is a big shame.I had have the handicap artist with me. We could not park the car any where. It was not civil and not acceptable. We not refused to pay but to whom? Nobody cares!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from Museo_de_Zaragoza, Communication area at Museo de Zaragoza
Responded Nov 14, 2019
Sorry for the inconvenience, but we don't have parking service because we don't have space. The parking in front of the museum is a private business that has nothing to do with this institution. This problem you're pointing is the same that a lot of people who works in this part of the town has. Sincerely yours.
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ebk16 wrote a review Nov 2019
Oakland, California306 contributions99 helpful votes
This city museum has lots of information about the Roman settlement and includes a number of large, intact mosaics. I recommend that you check it out.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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The_Magpie_on_Tour wrote a review Jun 2019
Stafford, United Kingdom375 contributions64 helpful votes
Firstly the museum is free. Secondly, the museum houses a very good collection of artefacts from prehistoric times through Muslim and Roman periods including mosaics and busts. Lastly, there is also a collection of paintings, some of which are by Goya. The only thing I would like to have seen was a translation into English of the signage with each exhibit. However, I would recommend this to anyone visiting Zaragoza.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Erin P wrote a review Dec 2018
13 contributions6 helpful votes
I visited the museum on august 2018, I was travellig by myself. The people at the reception were all very kind, they provided me with informations about the building, its story, its previous collections and so on. It has 4 or 5 different areas, I don't remember now cause one was closed to public for setting up. I stayed inside for 5 hours, paying only 5 euros. Their shop is little but interesting.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Museo_de_Zaragoza, Área de Difusión del Museo de Zaragoza. at Museo de Zaragoza
Responded Dec 12, 2018
Where did you pay 5€? The ticket for Museo de Zaragoza is free (0€). Are you sure you are not talking about other Museum at Zaragoza? Best regards MdZ
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Gaia wrote a review Jul 2018
La Paz, Bolivia78 contributions4 helpful votes
The best thing is that it is free. It doesn’t take long to see everything so it’s good if you want to spend some time in a building when it is hot outside. There are many pieces of ruins and reeeeally old objects, you can see what people wore a long time ago and many pieces of art (also by Goya). The building is beautiful, especially the (marble??) stairs. Worth a visit!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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