In the morning we took the local bus to the central train and bus station and then took a bus to Tudela which was about an hour away. Tudela is a very scenic little village along the Ebro River which is known for it's Gothic, Romanesque, and Renaissance architecture with Moorish influence. The Tudela Cathedral towers above the red roofs of the town center. Both the cathedral and the Santa María Magdalena Church have elaborately carved facades.
The best views of the city are from the Mirador Sagrado Corazón de Jesús which is at the top of a small hill overlooking the village. It's an easy walk to the top and well worth the superb views of the village rooftops and towers, the Ebro River, Puente Ebro bridge, and the surrounding countryside.
For lunch we sampled different tapas at several bars along with the locals who were already drinking hard. Tudela is a good destination for a day trip and there is plenty to do in an afternoon there.