A short bullet train ride north of Madrid, the Segovia has magnificent architecture on display and a fine cultural landscape to explore. A popular day trip from the cosmopolitan capital of Spain, in truth, the city of close to 60,000 people has enough points of interest to keep you busy for days.
Start with the phenomenal Cathedral of Segovia. The awesome late Gothic church was built in the early 16th century and merits the title “Dame of Cathedrals”. In a country replete with holy landmarks, this is one of the best. From north nave to south nave, the cathedral sports eight capillas. Other remarkable gems in Segovia include the Roman Aqueduct, a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well, and grand Alcazar. With a history that spans a millenium, as Arab fort, royal palace, state prison and military academy, the Alcazar is must-see.
- Cathedral of Segovia
- Aqueduct of Segovia
- Church of Vera Cruz
- Old Synagogue
- Folk Segovia
- International Festival Segovia
- Wine Cellar Tours
- Chamber Music Week
- Mesón de Cándido
- El Bernardino
- Bar Ginasio
- Totem Vertigo
- Bazar Japon
Segovia has a similar continental Mediterranean climate as Madrid, with cool winters and very hot summers.
- Winter (December to February) 0-12°C
- Spring (March to May) 3-21°C
- Summer (June to September) 12-32°C
- Fall (October to November) 3-20°C
4 hotels in Segovia, ES
Offering warm welcome and high quality of comforts, this hotel makes you to enjoy all the privileges for an unforgettable stay. GeneralGuests travelling on business can make use of the... More
Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar Segovia offers cosy accommodations in a restored 15th-century building overlooking Guadarrama mountains. Vacationers at this Segovia hotel can easily reach the historic... More
Blending personalised service and cosmopolitan atmosphere, the AR Los Arcos Hotel Segovia caters to the needs of the discerning business and leisure travelers. GeneralThe conference room with a... More