Zaragoza Airport is about 16 km west of the city, and serves various European capitals, such as London, Paris and Brussels, as well as Lanzarote and Palma de Mallorca. Flights from London are operated by Ryanair. There is a regular bus service which operates from the airport to the bus and trains stations, stopping off at the Plaza Imperial Shopping Centre too. Car rental services also operate out of the airport.
Zaragoza is a city steeped in history - it dates back to Roman times and this legacy is still apparent today in a number of architectural remains, such as the Forum. Evidence of the Moorish occupation of Spain can be seen in the Aljafeira Palace, the ceiling of which is intricately decorated in gold. There are some beautiful churches to visit, some of which are built in the architectural style Mudejar, which mixes Muslim and Christian influences. The church of Nuestra Señora del Pilar is home to paintings by famous artists such as Goya, who was born in a nearby village and lived in the city as a child. The Museo De Zaragoza and Museo Ibercaja Aznar also house his artworks. The city also serves as an ideal base from which to explore some of the most stunning scenery in Spain, including the Pyrenees mountain range, which is a two hour drive away.
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