Zaragoza in white
On the morning of January 9, Zaragoza woke up with a white cloak. The city hadn’t looked like this since many years ago. Specifically since 2005, the streets of the city center were not remembered with that amount of snow and it has been the perfect excuse to walk under the snowflakes. The Parque Grande, an emblematic corner of the city, with its characteristic fountains and paths, looked radiant, under the watchful eye of the statue of Alfonso I, the Battler, located in its privileged place,with its privileged view of the park.
The Parque Grande of Zaragoza, built between 1913 and 1927, was for more than 90 years the largest park in the city, until the Parque del Agua was inaugurated in 2008, on the occasion of the Zaragoza International Exposition that year. In 2010, it changed its name to the current Parque Grande José Antonio Labordeta, aragonese singer-songwriter, poet and politician, who died that same year.
Although the park was originally located on the outskirts of the urban area, today it is perfectly integrated into the landscape of Zaragoza, providing locals and visitors with a peaceful place to enjoy nature. This wonderful corner corner of the city is just a few minutes’ walk from the Hotel Villa Gomá. Our hotel is a perfect starting point for spending a few days in the city, with modern and functional rooms, designed for a practical and pleasant stay.
Definitely, a corner that must be taken in account for any visit to Zaragoza. Do not hesitate to ask us for information about Zaragoza and its charming places. We will be happy to receive you and help make your visit to the city worthwhile.
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