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Things to do in Jaca

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The best things to do in Jaca

Are you preparing a trip and wondering what to do in Jaca? Great! This is the perfect place to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, and although it's a small town, there are many things to do in Jaca while you relax.

Among the most popular places to visit in Jaca are the mountains, which are especially known for being wonderful places for winter sports. Astún and Candanchú are the nearest ski resorts to Jaca, and are well-known and preferred by athletes who are looking for Jaca activities related to sports. Monte Oroel is another one of the things to see in Jaca. It's perfect for walking and hiking. If you climb to the top, the view of the city in the middle of the valley is beautiful.

he historic center of town houses many of the attractions in Jaca. The city has a long history because many peoples and civilizations have lived there, therefore it has an important legacy that can be explored and admired, especially the outstanding Romanesque Art that splashes across the city. The Cathedral of St. Peter is one of these historical Jaca attractions, and is an example of the local Romanesque style dating from the eleventh century. Don't miss the interior frescoes known as the Sistine Chapel of the Romanesque.
The Jaca Citadel is a stronghold from the sixteenth century, and is currently home to the interesting Museum of Military Miniatures, which recreates scenes from different historical battles. Other stuff to do in Jaca includes visiting the Iglesia del Carmen, the convent of the Benitas, the Bridge of San Miguel, the Clock Tower, and the Monastery of San Juan de la Peña. What else you need to know about Jaca?