Things to see and do - Segovia
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Segovia Travel guide
Segovia : Michelin's recommendations
Situated at an altitude of 1 000m, the walls of Segovia cling to a rocky spur overlooking the arid Castilian plain. For over 1 800 years, its spectacular Roman aqueduct has linked the commercial lower town with the historic upper town. The latter is criss-crossed by a maze of narrow streets, radiating out from the bustling Plaza Mayor, and is home to many delightful buildings such as the Alcázar, an architectural gem, and the magnificent cathedral, built in the reign of Charles V.
Tourist attractions Segovia : Things to see and do
Via Roma E - 40003 Segovia
Segovia has its water delivered by a famous aqueduct which was built at the time of the Emperor Trajan. The Romans built it to bring water from the river Acebeda in the Fuenfria Sierra to the highest part of the town. It is 728m long and 28m high and..
pl. del Alcazar E - 40004 Segovia
The alcázar dominates the valley at the far end of the town. Many of its rooms have preserved their magnificent ceilings, weapons, paintings and furniture from the medieval era. From the terrace, enjoy a fine panorama of the lush Eresma valley; the v..
pl. de San Martin E - 40001 Segovia
This square in the heart of the town's old aristocratic district evokes Segovia's past history. It is lined by an impressive number of monuments: the 15C house, with a gallery beneath its roof; the tower of the Casa de los Lozoya; and the Casa de Sol..
Plaza San Facundo, 4 E - 40001 Segovia
This renovated, 16th-century palace boasts a privileged position between Segovia’s Cathedral and historic aqueduct. The central setting of the Palacio San Facundo makes it ideal for exploring this ancient, monumental city on foot. Each room features..
Juan Bravo, 30 E - 40001 Segovia
Situated in the central square of Las Sirenas, between the cathedral and Roman aqueduct, this classic, continental-style hotel provides an elegant setting for your stay in the beautiful city of Segovia. Set in the historical heart of the city, the h..
Infanta Isabel, 6 E - 40001 Segovia
The San Miguel lies in the historic heart of Segovia, just off the main Plaza Mayor and facing the emblematic church of San Miguel. Ideally located for exploring this ancient and monumental city, the hotel has its own historic past. The building d..
Cervantes 12 E - 40001 Segovia
The oldest restaurant in Segovia, in a 19C house. Its know-how in roasting and cuisine which has developed a following, have taken it to the height of success. Castillian décor.
Cervantes 2 E - 40001 Segovia
Two young brothers run this establishment, and offer us regional cuisine at modest prices. Elegant décor in a traditional-classical setting, enhanced with fine pictures.
Santa Engracia 6 E - 40001 Segovia
Although with independent access, it belongs to the same ownership as the Duque restaurant. Typical decoration and a snacks menu, which barely contemplates the tapa.
pl. Azoguejo 5 E - 40001 Segovia
Truly a monument to regional cuisine. Its history and tradition date back to the 15C house that has been converted into a typical Segovian period inn. Charming Castillian-rustic setting.
pl. Mayor 12 E - 40001 Segovia
Cronista Lecea 11 E - 40001 Segovia
Various dining rooms decorated in typical Castilian style where you can choose from a menu of regional specialities or some surprisingly modern dishes. The owner also has a large wine cellar featuring Ribero del Duero appellation wines.