Although a bit further away than other attractions it is located in a very pleasant area of the town and it is certainly worth the effort to get there.
Nothing really striking but a good testimonial of the history of Zaragoza. The main attractions are the Roman section and the Goya exhibition. It's a free entry museum and it is amazing to see that they also have little security (we didn't see any at all) and you can touch (or damage!) all the works of art without any kind of restraint. It is also a pity that the museum seems to be more for the domestic market: there is very little explanation in English and also the staff only speaks Spanish.
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