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LaGuiri22 wrote a review Nov 2019
La Linea de la Concepcion, Spain213 contributions70 helpful votes
Runs through the told town, shops and via the plaza de España, has the usual hotels and shops. The side streets take you to the basilica and the famous Tubo.
Date of experience: October 2019
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ARodriguezP wrote a review Jul 2019
Miami, Florida1,585 contributions441 helpful votes
I arrived in Zaragoza without any idea of where I would stay and as I drove around the city after my long drive from Andorra I saw a hotel with an adjacent public parking so I figured I'd take the chance to see if they had availability for me, meanwhile at least I could secure parking for my rental car in a safe place. This was on Calle Coso and luckily that hotel,the Reino de Aragon had a room for me and covered my parking too. I soon realized that being on Calle Coso with the Plaza de Espana just blocks away down the street and most of the important sites the city had to offer just blocks away towards the Ebro River that Calle Coso was an ideal location. All along this busy thoroughfare are restaurants,shops and several hotels plus using the well known street as a reference point insured that the risk of getting lost or disoriented were minimal. I took a strong liking to this Aragonese city on the Ebro so I'm hoping to return soon, and when I do return I know which street I'll be on, just look for me along Calle Coso! …
Date of experience: July 2019
Donato wrote a review Jun 2018
Pembroke Pines, Florida549 contributions73 helpful votes
Lots of things to do in the area, walk around see the shops or sit at one of the cafes and enjoy the scenery. Walk from there to all the landmarks too.
Date of experience: June 2018
Axiomwatson wrote a review Oct 2017
Torquay, Australia373 contributions99 helpful votes
What can you say about a city where almost all the streets and sights (certainly in the old town) are so beautiful. Yup, just another jewel.
Date of experience: October 2017
Brimble wrote a review Sep 2017
Lagos, Portugal173 contributions113 helpful votes
Luckily, our hotel, The Avenida, was situated adjacent to the Calle Coso, which turned out to be not only a good shopping/browsing thoroughfare, but also a link to everywhere else. Quite simply, you can explore most of what's good in Zaragoza by strolling down this street and sampling all the roads which join it. Wherever you roam, you seem to arrive back at Calle Coso and it's trams and bustling activity.…
Date of experience: September 2017