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Best things to do in Huesca

National Park
“Parque Natural de inmensa belleza y diferentes rutas según la dificultad buscada. Visitar también el pueblo de Torla justo a la entrada del parque.”
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Monument / Landmark
“This is a muslim palace and currently the parlament of Aragon. It is worth a visit and is free on Sundays. Mon to Sat 5€ Adults 1€ concesions.”
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Park
“Amaizing park to go through, walk, ride bikes, and have drinks or something to eat.”
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Establishment
“This place stretches anyone’s command of English superlatives; and the terribly hackneyed phrase of ‘I haven’t got the words’ obviously doesn’t work in a TA review! So, I will find words …. The Cirque du Gavarnie is the Most Amazing Place you Will EVER see. There you go – big claim; but true. Really, regardless of how you get there, your jaw will drop as you take in the spectacle of this geological giant. It is SO big, SO dramatic, SO elegant, SO (another hackneyed phrase) awe-inspiring – that you will wonder how you might capture the image to take away with you. Cameras and mobile phones simply don’t cut it – it is only your own internal ‘Memory camera’ of the brain that can do justice to this sight and this site. Really, go – if you have to join a coach-trip, go – If you are fit enough to do the long walk to it – go! And if you have to ride a donkey there (yes that is really an option) – go. However you go – you will still experience the magic and soul-enriching experience of this place. And there’s even a bar, traditional, stone-built, and placed (depending on your view) either so close to the main event to detract from the natural grandeur of the site – or, at a really handy location for essential refreshments after a very long hike … Even in high season, we still managed at one point to be the ONLY people visible in the entire Cirque de Gavarnie…. But if solitude is your thing - and it is mine - then you will also really like - indeed, may prefer - the nearby Cirque de Tromouse. But if you possibly, possibly, can, then get to see both of them. These are Europe’s star sights at their very best.”
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Establishment
“The Pyrenees National Park is a beautiful, unspoilt national treasure. We still have to pinch ourselves to remember that we're not dreaming that we actually live here ! Great for walking, cycling, climbing, paragliding, or just enjoying the magnificent views.”
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Church
“A 20 metros de nuestra Basílica de El Pilar, la Catedral de La Seo, extraordinariamente bella. ”
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Trail
“A pie: Espectacular camino de herradura parcialmente excavado en la roca. Dificultad media. Por agua: Excursión espectacular en kayak, existen varias compañías que organizan rutas guiadas en kayak, también existe la posibilidad de alquilar kayaks.”
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Church
“It is a catholic basilica whose name (pillar) is a reference to an apparition of Mary in Zaragoza. Near the roman bridge and port. it is good to wonder around, visit some roman arquitecture and go for tapas.”
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Park
“Mountain animal park just over the border in Spain. A unique way to see the native animals.”
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Water Park
“Stunning spa baths in the centre of the Loudenvielle valley, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass with views of the surrounding mountains and paragliders. Wonderful walk around the nearby lake. An activity park and various other facilities complete the offering. One can spend an entire day in this valley enjoying sights, experiences and food.”
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Bridge
“ Ski de fond l'hiver, balades l'été. / Cross-country skiing in winter, hiking in summer.”
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Natural Feature
“A beautiful hike to a stunning lake. There is a refuge that serves lunch by the lac and a waterfall. An up hill walk but worth the effort. An easy point to access the beauty of the Pyrenees ”
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Point of Interest
“Bring your swimming costume! This famous thermal spa's is renowned throughout France for it's medicinal qualities. Or just relax and unwind in the warm soothing water after a day of hiking or ski-ing.”
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Bus Station
“Huge shopping mall outside of Zaragoza! there is a Primark, Desigual, El Corte Inglés, Ikea, Decathlon, etc. There is also a park and a lake with cute bistro's and fastfood restaurants as well a foodcourt inside.”
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Art Museum
“Renaissance mansion housing paintings & prints by Francisco de Goya. 4euros per adult.”
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Theater
“Es el teatro más importante de la ciudad. Construido por el arquitecto zaragozano Agustín Sanz e inaugurado el 25 de agosto de 1799. Más información: www.teatroprincipalzaragoza.com”
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