Shopping Districts

Shopping Districts

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More than 150 specialty shops make up the Alfonso District Commercial Association, which groups together the most prestigious shops in the city.

Going shopping in Zaragoza means scouring Calle Alfonso and its surroundings, where you can encounter fashion in all of its guises, pick out gifts, buy souvenirs, relax in one of the many cafes, and take care of business,... The Alfonso Sector has it all and more, including endless incentives for tourists.

The tourist and commercial centre of Zaragoza, we also offer:

  • Free parking for customers.
  • Major credit cards accepted. 

Notable landmark: Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar.

Other monuments: Iglesia de San Felipe Y Santiago el Menor, Pablo Gargallo Museum, Iglesia de Santa Isabel de Portugal o San Cayetano, Torreón Fortea and the Casino Mercantil.


This district offers a wide variety of small shops, making the street a welcoming, safe and fun place that is ideal for strolling through. This is the city at its most livable. When it becomes a place with no streets or pavements, where private vehicles dominate, where buildings have no commercial ground floor spaces and thus there is no traditional small trade, the city dies.

This area of Zaragoza, however, is just the opposite: dominated by street trade, with warm, approachable businesses making customers and locals feel at home. It offers quality, above all, and specialty products. These essential factors make it a neighbourhood that is being regenerated on a daily basis.

The personal, familiar service offered makes the street a more human place. Here commercial transactions mean more than the simple and mechanical `I have this to sale, and you want to buy it.`

Notable landmark: Palacio de la Aljafería
Other sights: Pabellón Puente, Puente del Tercer Milenio and Pasarela del Voluntariado


We are located in one of the most historic areas in Zaragoza, joined to the main sights in the city (Basílica del Pilar, La Seo Cathedral, La Lonja...) via the majestic Puente de Piedra. We invite you to cross this bridge, which offers wonderful panoramic views of the Ebro and these monuments.

The district is situated very close to the old Estación del Norte, which linked the regional capital with the Pyrenees and which is now the home of the District Council. The former Casa Solans, restored to house the Water Museum, and the historic Fábrica de la Azucarera, which conserves its old chimney, are some of the other sights.

You can enjoy a stroll through its attractive streets which combine the living history of the famous Siege of Zaragoza (Parque Macanaz, calle Escopeleros, Monumento al Tío Jorge, Iglesia de Altabás?) with a wide, varied and specialised array of shops run by professionals and offering superb value for money.

Notable landmark: Puente de Piedra.
Other monuments: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora De Altabás and Plaza del Rosario.


The name of this district indicates its location: on the way into the city when travelling from Madrid, La Rioja and Navarra. This is the nearest shopping district to Delicias Intermodal Station.

This is the biggest `linear` shopping area in the city, with over 1.5 km of shops dedicated to practically all pursuits.

Particularly prevalent are the Fashion, Textiles-Home, Shoes, Restoration and Furniture sectors, including the famous FURNITURE ROUTE. Avenida de Madrid offers you the chance to enjoy a pleasant stroll under the trees, amongst thousands of square metres of specialty stores and the comfort ensured by their proximity to one another.

Notable landmark: Zaragoza-Delicias Intermodal Station


This spacious Avenue between Goya and Gómez Laguna is always full of life due to the constant flow of students on their way to the Campus. The area`s proximity to the university has given rise to the development of a large number of specialty shops, complemented by leisure venues, hotels and restaurants. 


The proximity to the university and fact that this is the pedestrian avenue par excellence, linking the Delicias neighbourhood with Zaragoza city centre, make this commercial district an essential part of many locals` routines.

It features a wide array of increasingly specialised commercial and services establishments, offering more in the way of quality and variety.

The two main streets, Corona de Aragón and Bretón, are connected by numerous side streets dotted with family-run and specialty stores, which are well worth a visit, whether for shopping or simply for a stroll.


This is a pedestrian street right in the heart of Zaragoza, by the Paseo de Independencia. It is a well-connected area, with a good variety of establishments from various sectors. It is an ideal place for a walk, where you can also enjoy excellent leisure and restaurant options. A large number of cinemas can also be found in the area.

Notable landmark: Plaza Nuestra Señora Del Carmen.


This district is situated in the triangle of streets made up by Embarcadero, La Vía and Centro. Particularly noteworthy is its convenient location in relation to outlying areas of the city such as Cuarte, Cadrete and Santa Fe, among others.

The excellent service, quality and specialty options offered by its shops make strolling through its streets a real treat.

In the surrounding area lies the Canal Imperial de Aragón, with a lovely park that is home to the Fuente de los Incrédulos Fountain, built by Don José Pignatelli (Joseph Pignatelli), the main proponent of the Canal, in the 18th century.

Notable landmark: Fuente de los Incrédulos


This area is located in the part of the Old Town around and including the Central Market.

Commercial activity in this area can be considered unparalleled in Zaragoza, owing to the tradition and pedigree of its establishments, as well as the products of tourist interest which are often very difficult to find in other parts of the city.

Its shops, however, are constantly being updated in order to incorporate innovations and new products, offering shoppers the best in terms of variety and comfort.

It features a large underground car park, which is free for the use of customers.

Notable landmark: Iglesia de San Pablo.
Other monuments: Teatro del Mercado.


This district offers an intimate shopping experience in the centre of Zaragoza. The streets join the Plaza Salamero and the Paseo de Independencia, just a stone`s throw away from the Plaza de España. The district`s wonderful location makes the area a buzzing one.

There is free parking for clients.

The district also features, at the intersection of the two main streets with the Plaza Salamero in the middle, a green space right in the heart of Zaragoza.

Notable landmark: Iglesia del Portillo


Calle Conde Aranda-Portillo is one of our city`s main hubs. It is situated between the Bullring and the Avenida César Augusto (which leads to the Central Market), very close to the Plaza España.

The Conde Aranda-Portillo Shopping District brings together establishments with a long and rich commercial tradition, a wide range of services firms and professionals from all sorts of sectors, making the street a key destination for shopping and services.

It is one of the biggest multicultural commercial areas in the city, and also lies surrounded by a large number of historical monuments.

Notable landmark: La Misericordia Bullring
Other monuments: Iglesia de Nuestra  Señora Del Portillo, Monumento a las Heroínas de Los Sitios.


Boasting a privileged setting in the heart of the city, the district comprises the cluster of streets between the Paseo de Independencia and the Plaza de Los Sitios, characterised by its buildings, fine examples of early 20th century avant-garde architecture.

Particularly notable monuments include the Basílica de Santa Engracia and the Plaza de los Sitios, which is home to Querol`s superb sculpture in memory of the Siege of Zaragoza, as well as the Provincial Fine Arts Museum.

The Los Sitios Shopping District brings together a range of establishments united by their quality, exclusivity and a high level of specialisation, where you will find the top national and international brands in the fields of fashion, accessories, shoes, decoration, perfumes, jewellery, restoration and services, among others. There is little doubt that this is the most select, prestigious shopping district in the city.

Notable landmark: Iglesia Basílica de Santa Engracia.
Other monuments: Provincial Museum of Zaragoza, Monumento a Los Sitios.


The Fernando El Católico Commercial District revolves around the Paseo of the same name, a continuation of Gran Vía, one of the longest avenues in the city, full of flowers and trees. Its proximity to the university and the existence of several institutes in the area have led to the development of specific commercial sectors such as, for example, a large number of bookshops.

Other highlights include the abundance of prestigious restaurants, bars and pubs in the Plaza San Francisco and its surroundings. The outdoor terraces and the convenience of the underground car parks underneath the square itself make this area particularly attractive for tourists.

Finally, the area is also packed with fashion and gift shops, patisseries and jewellers.


A transitional area between Delicias and the centre. The street has been recently remodelled, a factor which has facilitated the continued development of the area. The number and quality of establishments continues to rise, while the excellent condition of the buildings` façades and the highly-specialised items available are increasingly valued by customers and locals alike.


Located near the Segundo Cinturón in the Plaza de Mozart, where the Avenida de Cataluña and Avenida Marqués de la Cadena meet, the La Jota district has emerged as a strategic residential and commercial area for Margen Izquierda neighbourhood.

Its main streets are dominated by legendary jotero artists: María Virto, Felisa Galé, Juanito Pardo, Pascuala Perié and José Oto.

Its specialised and, above all, personal shops are increasing in number year on year, with the arrival of new establishments that combine all the key features of a good business: service, quality, specialisation and proximity.

Notable landmark: Casa Solans
Other monuments: Former Azucarera Factory, now the Biblioteca Tecnológica.


A vast area of the city, it spans over 700 shops on streets such as Compromiso de Caspe, Salvador Minguijón, Rodrigo Rebolledo and others. It is an extremely commercial neighbourhood. More establishments greet you at every turn, all boasting high quality products and, in particular, superb service.

It is located near the old Matadero (Slaughterhouse), a Modernist building designed by architect Ricardo Magdalena, which is now an important cultural facility.

Notable landmark: Old Matadero (Slaughterhouse)
Other monuments: Palacio Larrinaga and Fuente de las Alcahuetas.


Set in the heart of Zaragoza, it lies between Calle Mártires, Estébanes and Cuatro de Agosto. Over the last few years it has undergone spectacular development, with the opening of a large number of diverse, specialty establishments.

The city`s nerve centre, the area is blooming, offering specialty products and great service, a perfect combination of a range of hotels with traditional and contemporary businesses.

Notable landmark: Palacio de los Condes de Sástago
Other monuments: Iglesia de San Gil


The new Plaza de la Romareda, by the Football Stadium, is set to blossom into the city`s second centre. It is an area with special appeal and the gateway to Zaragoza?s Parque Grande (`Big Park`).

A new area with a large number of specialty establishments, leisure venues, hotels and restaurants so you can enjoy shopping, leisure and one of the fastest developing areas in Zaragoza.

Notable landmark: Auditorio de Zaragoza
Other places of interest: José Antonio Labordeta Park, La Romareda Football Stadium, Former Trade Fair.


Welcome to our area, set between two of the city`s main thoroughfares, Gran Vía and Sagasta. The Royo-Lagasca Shopping District offers you a small but attractive selection of shops, specialising in fashion, decoration, accessories and gifts. Enlivened but not overcrowded by the continuous flow of people, shopping and strolling through the area is always a treat.

Landmark: Modernist buildings.


Dynamic, varied, personal and professional, the shops and businesses established in this commercial area of the city unite tradition and specialisation in their broad commercial appeal.

Set around these two important streets (Avenida San José and Avenida Tener Fleta), the shops spill onto the streets branching off this buzzing commercial area, with fashion, footwear, food, furniture, opticians, sports, hotels, restaurant, accessories and homeware establishments, all of the highest quality.

Bordering the city centre and boasting well connected streets, you can enjoy a pleasant walk while you shop in the area.

Landmark: Miraflores Park
Other places of interest: Parque de la Memoria, Colegio Padres Agustinos.


Shops and service at street level. This is the best way to describe the commercial area formed by the businesses operating in the natural triangle formed by Calle San Juan de la Cruz and Mariano Barbasán.

Its excellent links with the centre and the quantity, quality and variety of shops it offers make the district an ideal area for walking through, shopping and simply enjoying the city.

Notable landmark: Iglesia del Carmen y San José
Other places of interest: Plaza San Francisco.


This district is located in the centre of Zaragoza, bringing together one of the longest-established commercial streets, Calle San Miguel, with El Coso (Plaza de España-Calle Espartero) and the streets that join them together (Amar y Borbón, Repollés, Flandro, Hermanos Ibarra, Santa Catalina, Urrea, Juan Porcell, Blancas, Rufas) to provide an attractive setting for shoppers and visitors alike.

Making the most of Calle San Miguel being a pedestrian street, you can enjoy strolling around its various commercial venues, of which fashion boutiques, accessories, hotels, restaurants, health stores, music and footwear shops make up the bulk... and, after stopping in at the Convento de Santa Catalina, make your way to the Plaza San Miguel de los Navarros, whose church features a magnificent altarpiece sculpted by Damián Forment. You can also head over to El Coso, which is full of hotels, opticians, food and photo frame shops... and enjoy wandering through the secluded streets dotted with interesting establishments.

Notable landmarks: Iglesia de San Miguel
Other monuments: Teatro Principal, Convento de Santa Catalina


The San Valero commercial district is situated in one of the most buzzing shopping areas in Zaragoza, between the Plaza de Roma and the Avenida de Madrid.

Calle Unceta serves as the hub of this dynamic sector, which spills out onto the neighbouring streets, including Donantes de Sangre, Padre Manjón, Inglaterra, Monterde and Graus, where visitors will find a vast and diverse selection of shops, catering for all of their needs.

Highlights include fashion boutiques (for women, men and children), shoe, food, electrical appliances and kitchen and bathroom shops, as well as jewellers, leather and accessory stores.

Notable landmark: Iglesia de San Valero


Modern, personal, fresh, comfortable, elegant, professional, friendly and welcoming: Zaragoza`s original neighbourhood is all of this, and more. A space full of history, infused with urban and contemporary spirit and one which is constantly expanding.

Shops, leisure and culture in an area full of life.

It also stands out as the shopping area in Zaragoza with the most sights to visit, especially many dating back to Roman times.

Notable landmark: Catedral de San Salvador (La Seo)
Other monuments: Iglesia de Santa María Magdalena. Caesaraugusta Theatre, Iglesia de San Nicolás de Baris, la Lonja.


Situated on the way into Zaragoza from Barcelona, this is a fast-expanding neighbourhood, a tendency reflected in the shops stationed in its streets. The personal service, quality and specialisation are helping this commercial district to continue its growth.

Notable landmark: Banks of the River Gallego.


A transitional area between Delicias and the centre.  A highlight is the Plaza de Roma, one of the most emblematic squares in the city. The area is undergoing constant improvements, no doubt aided by the business in the district. More and more establishments are opening every day, each offering a range of top-quality products. The excellent condition of the buildings` façades and the highly-specialised items available are increasingly valued by customers and locals alike.

A large range of hotels can be found in the area, as well as the site of the future commuter railway interchange, which will occupy the old Estación del Portillo.

Notable landmark: Estación del Portillo


This district is home to a vast array of commercial and services venues, many of them traditional in style, although new businesses and franchises are also beginning to appear.

The neighbourhood is well connected and easy to get to, with five city bus lines (31-33-34-39-42).

It has an excellent potential for growth within the context of the expansion of the southern part of Zaragoza.

Nowadays the Torrero neighbourhood as a commercial district occupies a privileged environmental setting, by the Canal Imperial de Aragón, the José Antonio Labordeta Park and extremely close to the Pinares de Venecia.

Notable landmark: Iglesia de San Fernando
Other sights: Amusement Park


A new neighbourhood is taking shape in Valdefierro. Located on the way into Zaragoza from Madrid, between the Canal Imperial de Aragón and the Corredor Verde. The construction of large new housing developments is helping business to flourish in the area, both in terms of the number of establishments and where their variety and, above all, quality are concerned.

Landmark: Zaragoza Campsite.


This district spans the streets within the quadrilateral formed by the Paseo Damas, Paseo Constitución, Cesáreo Alierta and Camino de las Torres, which make up the New Centre of the city.

Its streets offer a pleasant environment and access to major national and international brands in the fields of clothing and fashion, footwear, lingerie, jewellery-watchmaking, opticians, perfumes, etc., as well as a large range of decoration stores. This is topped off by a wide variety of leisure options, as it is one of the main café, restaurant and bar areas in the city.

Notable landmark: Patio de la Infanta


This area is set between two of the city`s main thoroughfares, namely the Paseo María Agustín and the Avenida de Goya. Enlivened but not overcrowded by the continuous flow of people, shopping and strolling through the area is always a treat. Recently remodelled, the district offers a wide array of commercial options.

Notable landmark: Puerta del Carmen


As is the case for many of the city`s other districts, its name is indicative of its location: on the way into the city from Castellón. It is a `linear` commercial area, spanning more than 1 km in which you can find everything from clothes to shoes, gifts and more.

Notable landmark: Palacio de Larrinaga.


This commercial area is located in the city centre, taking in the shops on Calle Dato and Dr. Cerrada. It is home to a wide variety of top-quality outlets, notably decoration and interior design and gift stores, as well as a leisure area.

Notable landmark: Main Hall of the University of Zaragoza
Other places of interest: Biblioteca de Aragón.

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