About Segovia

Segovia, the capital of the province of the same name and member of the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León, is a top daytrip destination from Madrid. Segovia makes a profound impact upon the first-time and many-time visitor. Its monstrous 1st Century Roman Aqueduct - one of the best preserved in all the world - is an awe-inspiring sight when approaching the old part of the city. Many narrow, winding streets, pedestrian and otherwise, lead the visitor through old Segovia, taking them to the Plaza Mayor and the great Cathedral, all the way to the postcard-perfect Alcázar.

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And if you're interested in eating, SEGOVIA is a food-lovers paradise! Many Madrileños go to Segovia on the weekends simply for the food, MAINLY the cochinillo (roasted suckling pig) and cordero (lamb). Meaty, hearty meals are served here and the red wine is tasty and strong. After a typical lunch in Segovia you'll want to do nothing more than find a tree and take a long siesta. But there are sights to see so let's get to it!

Segovia lodging options are many - but not as many as in the big cities. Still, you'll find an adequate selection of Segovia Hotels, Segovia Hostels, & Segovia Apartments to choose from.