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Corpus Christi Convent. Old Main Sinagogue It is the synagogue that has been best preserved of the five that existed in the Segoviana aljama. This fact is due to the conversion that since 1410 was to a Catholic church. It is located between the Jewish Quarter, the Puerta del Sol and the wall. The first documentation about the temple dates back to the 14th century but everything seems to indicate that the construction would be from the 13th century. Currently belongs to the Order of Poor Clares who are responsible for its opening The synagogue that can be visited today is a restoration, since the building suffered a great fire that began on the night of August 2, 1899. The most interesting thing about this building is that it is sacred to two religions, the Christian and the jewish. It was no longer used as a synagogue since 1410. Nine years later it was already consecrated to the Christian cult, named as “new church”, and in 1428 it is already known under the invocation of Corpus Christi.
La Granja de San Ildefonso. Royal Palace and Gardens La Granja of San Ildefonso is placed only 13 km away of Segovia. There you can find a Royal palace and its beautiful gardens and fountains. The royal palace was ordered to be built in the XVIIIth century by Felipe V, the first Borbón of Spain. The first intention of the king was to built a residence without luxuries, to rest and to hunt. Later, Felipe V and his second wife Elizabeth from Farnese embellished and enlarged the palace. The king moved back to this place in 1724 and during twenty following years he made the gardens and the palace bigger. The palace was used like summer residence by all its successors up Alfonso XIII period. The gardens are some of the best examples that today survive from the gardens of the XVIIIth century. It raised its construction in accordance with the French tastes. The fountains are known especially by its water playing, which compose with its fountains and statues wonderful and amazing spectacles. From all the fountains stand out the Fame, or the baroque one of the Baths of Diana, that of Latona, with its thinnest fountains, the magnificent Horse racing, or the impressive Cascade opposite to the palace front. The water play of thsi fountains can be seen in spring, from Holy Week. We can realize visit according your time. Depending on the same one, we will be able to realize visit of the interior of the Palace and part of the Gardens and fountains.
Visit Segovia with an Official Guide I am Elena Mirón González, Official Guide of Tourism, Enabled by the Junta of Castile and León. I cheer you to come and wander about the streets of Segovia with an official Guide. I realize guided tours in the city of Segovia in Spanish and English In Segovia Con Guia you can find different options of visits and routes in Segovia. There are examples of routes, I adapt myself to your interests and needs according to the available time, being optimized to the maximum possibly. Contact with me without any commitment, tell me how many people you are, what day you want to approach to the city and how much time you have. If you don´t have much time and if you are coming as a group in bus, you can realize a panorama tour of the city to take an idea of Segovia as wider as possible. If you have one morning available, I recommend to you to follow a Route in The Capital. And if you have the whole day to expends in the city, you can visit the city and some area from the Province. You can contact me by phone / whassap or across the form that you will find in Segovia with Guide. Also straight through my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org We will penetrate into one of the undoubtedly more surprising cities to be discover. The city of the Aqueduct is provided with a rich Heritage for knowing and enjoying. Its streets lead you to moving you back in time, imagining how the city was in the past. To discover and to enjoy the city, the routes are done walking, it is recommended to take comfortable footwear. Book guided Tour in Segovia and later leave free time to enjoy also the gastronomy…
(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…
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!
Palacio Real de Riofrio Riofrio está situado a poco más de 10 kms de Segovia. Alli encontramos un gran bosque con gamos y ciervos en libertad y un palacio Real Esta finca era propiedad del Marqués de Paredes y empezó a ser alquilada por Felipe V y su segunda esposa Isabel de Farnesio como coto de caza. El Palacio de Riofrio fue mandado construir por Isabel de Farnesio, la cual quería construirse un palacio privado. Pensaba que iba a quedar privada del Palacio de la Granja cuando se quedo viuda. Cuando muere Fernando VI, Isabel de Farnesio fue llamada a ocupar la regencia. Trasladó su residencia al Palacio Real de La Granja: Riofrio acabó convirtiéndose en pabellón de caza y paró las obras en el mismo. El Palacio de Riofrío quedó incorporado al Patrimonio de la Corona por Carlos III, tras el fallecimiento de la reina viuda en 1766. Por tanto el palacio solo sirvió como pabellón de caza en el siglo XVIII y XIX. Sólo residieron en él personas reales durante cortos períodos en la segunda mitad del XIX, especialmente el rey consorte don Francisco de Asís y Alfonso XII cuando enviudó, correspondiendo a estas épocas la decoración interior y el mobiliario Se trata de un edificio cuadrangular de grandes dimensiones, austero y sobrio, pero con un interior de arquitectura barroca. Destaca en él su escalera principal, dividida en dos gemelas y simétricas. En su interior, el Palacio alberga el Museo de caza con dioramas sobre especies cinegéticas españolas.