The Segovia Aqueduct is huge, crossing the city from one side to the other. For almost 2,000 years it has defied the passing of time, bringing water and beauty to Segovia. It is situated just one hour from Madrid, and when you admire its array of perfect arches, you will understand why this legacy of ancient Rome is a must-see for hundreds of thousands of visitors every year
The Segovia Cathedral
Built at the highest point of the town, construction of the cathedral of Segovia began in the year 1525, during the reign of Carlos V. It is in the late Gothic style and was built after the fire in the old Romanesque cathedral in the year 1520. The old quarter of Segovia has been declared a World Heritage site.(...)
The Alcazar of Segovia is a fortress that probably dates back to Roman times, although the first documented record is from the 12th century.
Lying between the confluence of the river Eresma and the river Clamores, the first documented record of the fortress dates back to Christian writings in the 12th century It was built on top of a rock, that is testament to its military status. It also served as a residence for Alfonso VIII and this was the place where the Catholic Isabella was proclaimed Queen of Castile. In the thirteenth century the building took on an air of Gothic elegance thanks to the work of the Spanish architects, John II and Henry IV
San Millan Church
Situated only a few metres away from Hotel Los Arcos, it is famous for its wealth in gotic art details and its perfect conservation state. It is worth a visit.