Segovia

The Roman Aqueduct dominates the landscape of this beautiful town surrounded by the mountain range of Guadarrama in the north of Madrid. After being torn between the power struggle of the moors and christians it became a rich trade centre due the florishing wool industry. It was the residence of the family of Queen Isabel of Castilla under whose rule the route to America was discoverd by Christopher Columbus. Surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Guadarama, Segovia is a photographer’s delight. Besides the monuments one can also enjoy the rich regional gastronomy with the white bean soup, castillian soup, roasted suckling pig, lamb, beef and the cake called Ponche Segoviano.

Granja Palace
La Granja Palace in Segovia. Vesailles of Spain Visit the World Heritage Town of Segovia from Madrid. In Segovia you can see the 2000 year old Aqueduct with the fairy tale Royal Castle Alcazar. This charming town is best seen on foot walking along its alleys and old streets seeing some of the...
Segovia from Madrid
Aqueduct of Segovia Enjoy Toledo and Segovia in this private tour. Visit the Imperial Capital, Toledo. Also known as the Jerusalem of the West due to is religious significance. Stop at the Valley Viewpoint, Jewish Quarter, Cathedral Square, Plaza Zocodover, all in the company of an English Speaking personal tour guide. Head to Segovia to see the famous Roman Aqueduct of...
Visit the World Heritage Town of Avila and Segovia from Madrid with the services of English speaking official tour guide. First see the panoramic view of the city of Avila from a viewpoint then head inside the medieval city to see its great walls. Visit the Cathedral plaza then visit the Basilica of San Vicente . Also walk to...

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