Zaragoza Churches and Cathedrals

(Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain)

Many of the most important and impressive buildings in the city of Zaragoza are its beautiful churches, cathedrals and chapels. Featuring a range of architectural styles and structures, including Mudéjar, Neo-classical and Baroque, churches and cathedrals in Zaragoza regularly feature masses throughout the week.

Two of the most important religious buildings in Zaragoza are the Catedral de la Seo (La Seo Cathedral) and the Basilica del Pilar (El Pilar Cathedral), both of which offer elaborate facades, stone carvings, frescoes, stained-glass windows and grand interiors.

Basilica del Pilar (El Pilar Cathedral)

Address: Plaza del Pilar, Zaragoza, 50003, Aragon, Spain
Situated in the centre of Zaragoza, the Basilica del Pilar is one of the country's biggest churches of its kind and dates back to the 18th century. With impressive alabaster sculptures, historic frescoes, period features and detailed architecture, the Basilica del Pilar also features a holy chapel and an impressive altarpiece. The Basilica's towers can be climbed and offer superb views of central Zaragoza and beyond.

Catedral del Salvador (Cathedral of the Saviour / La Seo Cathedral)

Address: Plaza de la Seo, Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain
Often known locally as La Seo Cathedral, Zaragoza's Cathedral of the Saviour is a stunning building and part of Aragon's World Heritage Site of Mudéjar architecture. This grand Roman Catholic cathedral shares equal status with nearby El Pilar and has origins in the 12th century.

Iglesia Nuestra Senora del Portillo (Nuestra Senora del Portillo Church)

Address: Plaza Portillo, 11, Zaragoza, 50004, Aragon, Spain
Tel: +34 976 43 5820
This 18th-century Baroque-style church is vast and contact three separate naves, the notable 'Heroines Chapel' and regular Sunday masses.

Iglesia de la Magdalena (Magdalena Church)

Address: Plaza Magdalena, Zaragoza, 50001, Aragon, Spain
Tel: +34 976 39 9745
Dating back to the 14th century, the Iglesia de la Magdalena is most famous for its tall tower and Baroque-style architecture.

Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Carmen (Nuestra Senora del Carmen Church)

Address: Paseo Maria Agustin, 8, Zaragoza, 50004, Aragon, Spain
Tel: +34 976 43 9508
A modern and friendly Catholic church, the Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Carmen stands in the centre of Zaragoza and was built in the 1960s. Highlights include colourful stained-glass windows and stylish, contemporary architecture.

Iglesia de San Felipe (San Felipe Church)

Address: Gil Berges, Zaragoza, 50003, Aragon, Spain
Tel: +34 976 22 1520
The Iglesia de San Felipe can be found in Zaragoza's Casco Histórico district and dates back to the early 1700s. With three naves and masses every Sunday, the church features a number of eye-catching stone columns.

Iglesia de San Gil (San Gil Church)

Address: Don Jaime I, 15, Zaragoza, 50001, Aragon, Spain
Tel: +34 976 21 5647
Zaragoza's ancient Iglesia de San Gil features a square bell tower and was first built in the 1300s, being renovated and restructured a number of times over the years,

Iglesia de Santa Isabel (Santa Isabel Church)

Address: Plaza Justicia, Zaragoza, 50003, Aragon, Spain
Built more than 300 years ago, the Iglesia de Santa Isabel features twin towers, baroque-style architecture and regular daily masses.

Iglesia de Santiago el Mayor (San Ildefonso)

Address: Avenida César Augusto, Zaragoza, 50004, Aragon, Spain
The beautiful 18th-century church originally started life as a monastery in the 18th century. One of the city's largest churches, highlights here include twin towers and Cardinal Xavierre ornate tomb.