1. World Heritage

Atractions: Roman Aqueduct, The House of Spikes, St Martin Square, former Royal Prison, Jewish Quarter, Main Square, St. Michael’s Church, Cathedral and Alcázar. Declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1985,the city of Segovia is an example of historical wealth and monumental beauty worth visiting. This is a very complete and essential route, which begins in the Roman Aqueduct, a symbol that certifies Segovia’s millennial past, from where we will take the popularly streel known as “Royal Street“, where we will stop at its most emblematic points, such as the The House of Spikes, St. […]

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2. The Jewish Quarter

Atractions: Jewish quarter, main Jewish synagogue, Corpus Christi convent, Abraham Senneor, old Jewish quarter, Jewish cemetery Located in the city center, on the south side of the medieval wall, is the Jewish quarter that reminds us of the past of the Aljama of Segovia. Inside, it preserves what was once the old main synagogue, today the […]

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3. The Wall of Segovia

Atractions: Alfonso VI, House of Chains, Beatriz de Bobadilla, Andrés Cabrera, St. AndresGate, St. CebriánGate, SantiagoGate, Santiago Peraltapuppetcollection, St. JuanGate,  San Martín Gate Segovia, surrounded by a green belt along the course of the Eresma and Clamores rivers, hides one of the most important wall enclosures in Spain. The ancient city, built on a rock […]

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4. Along the Arches

Atractions: azoguejo, Puente Segoviana, Día Sanz, Antonio Machado, convent San Francisco, Romanesque paintings in the church of San Justo, San Antonio El Real, Mudejar coffered ceilings, Enrique IV. In this route we will discover another Segovia, probably more unknown by our visitors, but with authentic jewels along the route. Starting from the Azoguejo square, the […]

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5. Eresma Valley

Atractions: plaza San Lorenzo, San Vicente El Real, Santa Cruz La Real, Santo Domingo, Santa María del Parral, Real Ingenio, iglesia Veracruz, San Juan de la Cruz, Virgen de la Fuencisla. The Eresma River as it passes surrounding the city offers the visitor one of the most surprising natural landscapes in the city, with the Alcazar […]

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6. Segovia for Kids

Attractions: RomanAcqueduct, Devilstatue, Casa de los Picos, St. Martin’sChurch, Former Royal Jail, TheJewishQuarter, Cathedral and the Segovia Alcázar. Segovia, actually,is a perfectdestinationforkids. Thisspecialwalking tour, plenty of anecdots and vibrantleyends, istherightway to knowsome of theworld`sgreatestmonuments, famoushistoricallandmarks, Romanarchitecture and more..Starting at thefoot oftheancient and amaizingAcqueduct, we’llcontinuethe tour up to St. JoanStreet to stop at theDevilstatuewheretheyoungestwill be capturedbyitsleyend. […]

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7. Romanesque

Atractions: Romanesque, St.Millán church, St. Justo and Pastor church, mural paintings, St.Martin church, Romanesque sculpture, St.Esteban church, La Vera Cruz church, civil Romanesque style. Our town was repopulated in 1088 by Alfonso VI and it was the moment when numerous Romanesque churches were built. A lot of them still exist and it makes Segovia, one […]

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8. Machado Route in Segovia

Atractions: Antonio Machado, Mariano Quintanilla High School, People’sUniversity, San Quirce Royal Academy of History and Art, DiamondTipHouse, Comercio Hotel, Royal Street, Blas Zambrano, Juan Bravo Theater, City Hall, House-Museum of Antonio Machado. ThepoetAntonio Machadocame to Segovia onNovember 1919 to take up thechair of French in theonly High School of thecity, “Instituto General y Técnico”, currentlyknown […]

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9. Isabel the Catholic

Atractions: Isabella the Catholic, proclamation, Alcázar, coat of arms, Catholic king and queen, “tantomonta, montatanto”, Aqueduct, Christopher Colombus, Torquemada, the marquis of Villena. This tour is a good choice to know all those places related to queen Isabella in Segovia, the beautiful town where she was proclaimed the queen of Castille. The route starts at […]

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10. Santa Teresa de Jesús and San Juan de la Cruz

Atractions: San Juan de la Cruz, San Joseph convent, religious foundations, convents, Saint Joseph convent, foundation saint Theresa. This tour allows us to discover some places that saint Theresa knew in Segovia, where she founded, along with her confessor  St. Juan de la Cruz, the Convent of San Joseph on March 19, 1574. Beginning at […]

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