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  • View of the Jewish Quarter and Cathedral in Segovia.

Towers, Romanesque churches, squares, steps, mansions and Renaissance palaces, synagogues, porticoes, convents, gardens… all this and much more await you in Segovia. The historic centre and Roman aqueduct have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.Read more...

What to see Segovia preserves part of the mediaeval walls that once surrounded the city. This makes for two different areas in the city: the part inside the walls and the part lying outside them. The Roman aqueduct that brought water into the city serves as the main entrance to the historic quarter. Inside the walls are the Casa de los Picos, the Alhóndiga and Lozoya Tower, dedicated to cultural exhibitions. There are also religious buildings such as the Church of San Martín, the Convent of Corpus Christi and the Cathedral, known as ‘the lady of cathedrals'. Los Caballeros neighbourhood is home to mansions and palaces once owned by noble families, as well as Hércules Tower and Ávilas Dávila Turret The citadel is located at one end of the city, a castle with secret passageways that lead to the river and connect several of the city's palaces. We suggest a climb up to the top of the tower for a spectacular panoramic view of the city. Outside the walls are squares, gardens and several churches such as San Millán and San Clemente. Gastronomy No trip to Segovia is complete without trying the famous local dish, roast suckling pig.


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Segovia


Segovia


Segovia


Segovia


Segovia


Segovia