World Heritage Site

(Approximate duration 3 hours). Adaptable according to your available time. The route World Heritage is the most recommended for your first visit to the city and undoubtedly the most demanded. Segovia was proclaimed World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1985. We will walk along the city center of Segovia, being able to discover in this route the most representative monuments. These are the Aqueduct, the Cathedral and the Alcazar. We will penetrate into the old town of the city, knowing its main streets and more remarkable points. We will pass as well the area where the ancient Jewish quarter of Segovia was placed. We will take the aqueduct as a starting point and will walk along our main street, which it´s called the Royal street. We will stop in the most remarkable points until we reach the Main square where  the Town hall, the Theater and our current Cathedral, (last Gothic cathedral  built in Spain) are placed. We will go down the quarter of the canonries to go to the Alcazar of Segovia. This Alcazar was used as a Royal palace and later became a Military artillery Academy. Discover the place where they decided to locate it, making it a practically unassailable building. In this visit you will be able to choose to follow the route enjoying the buildings from the exterior or to include a visit inside the monuments like the main synagogue, the cathedral and/or the Alcazar of Segovia. You will be provided with special group price in the ticket entrances, as you go accompanied by an official guide of Segovia. It is recommended to use comfortable footwear for this route due to the stone pavement of the city. Accessible route  for adults and children without architectural barriers. Discover Segovia and fall in love with it!. It will…

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Segovia Sightseeing Tour. Enjoy the best views of Segovia!

Segovia Sightseeing Tour (Approximate duration: 1 hour)   If you come in group with bus and are provided with a little time to visit Segovia, to realize a Sightseeing Tour it is undoubtedly your best option. A general vision of the city will help you to go to you, optimizing the time to the maximum.   We will realize a Sightseeing Tour in bus taking several of the best images of Segovia. We will take the Aqueduct as a starting point, beginning in the stop that there is enabled for the buses where we will be meeting. The bus will stop there so that I could join the group. We will go down for the Slope of Santo Domingo, up to reaching the area of the Avenue of the Fuencisla. From there we will be able to enjoy the best image of the Alcazar of Segovia, very similar to a castle of fairy tale. A parking lot enabled for buses exists in the same place, where we will stop for a few minutes; there we will be able to take a picture with this Alcazar as Background, which remembers us to the castle of Snow White of Walt Disney. From there, we will gain access again to the city center through the called Slope of the Holes. This way we will be able to contemplate the opposite side of our Alcazar and a big sight of our Gothic cathedral. Also you can complete any of your routes in the city or part of the same ones with this Segovia Sightseeing Tour. According to the time you have available, we will be able to adapt the visit. Book a Segovia Sightseeing Tour!. I wait for you!

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Valle del Eresma. Disfruta del cinturon Verde de Segovia

Valley Of Eresma River. Valley of Eresma  RiverRoute: we will make a very pleasant walk starting from the aqueduct, discovering the green belt of the city of Segovia. An unknown area of ​​the city and with much to discover. Place of great natural and monumental treasures. On this walk we will find different buildings. From the Monastery of Santa María del Parral, the Casa de la Moneda, the church of the Vera Cruz, (the most different in Segovia by its form), the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fuencisla, (Patron of the city of Segovia) the Convent of the Discalced Carmelite Fathers (founded by San Juan de la Cruz). The duration of the visit varies depending on the configuration of the same. We have different options, from doing only exteriors or include some of the interiors of the commented monuments. You can configure the visit based on your preferences. Walk next to the Eresma River, enjoying the sound of the water and the wonderful views from which you can discover Segovia from this area. Recommended route for people who are used to walking and who like to enjoy nature. It is recommended to wear very comfortable footwear

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Segovia Extramuros. Fuera de la Ciudad Amurallada

Segovia Outside the Walls. Approximate duration 3 hours In this Visit we will take the Aqueduct of Segovia as a starting point. We will walk towards the beginning of its monumental part, discovering all its visible and most unknown area of ​​it. On our way we discover one of the jewels of Segovian Romanesque: the church of San Justo and Pastor. This church surprises us inside with magnificent Romanesque paintings. They were found in 1963 when the apse was cleaned and restored. It is a Romanesque church built in the twelfth century on the remains of a hermitage that was originally dedicated to the Christ of the Gascons. This is a Romanesque carving from the 11th century. It has articulated arms to allow the operation of the Descent. It is very venerated and has a legend that says it arrived from France performing several meteorological miracles. It has the pale body of a full size, 1.82 meters long Continuing on our way we will pass by one of the desarenadores of the aqueduct. Upon reaching the beginning of the monumental part of the aqueduct, we find the Monastery of San Antonio Real, former hunting palace of Henry IV in the fifteenth century. Queen Isabel La Católica gave the Convent of San Antonio el Real to the nuns of Clarisas. It is a hidden gem that keeps a unique collection of Mudejar coffered ceilings, of lacería, in its centenary roofs. The tour begins with the church, a baroque work from the 18th century, when the original 15th century nave was transformed. The wooden coffered ceilings stand out in the main chapel. The cloister is made of brick combining the colors red and white. It also has interesting and valuable works of art that are preserved as a museum, as well as…

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