A quiet city less than two hours from Madrid, Segovia, Spain famously features a Roman Aqueduct. But there are more things to do in Segovia.
The town is surrounded by medieval walls and littered with ancient churches, it features a beautiful castle that inspired Walt Disney and a Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral.
If you need more convincing of why you should go, continue reading this guide for things to do in Segovia.
Segovia tends to have warm, dry summers, and cold winters.
The Best Time to Visit Segovia
If you arrive in Segovia by train, you will get off at Segovia-Guiomar station, which is around 8 km away from the city centre.
How to Get Around Segovia
Budgeting for a Weekend in Segovia
Aqueduct of Segovia - First and foremost, the Aqueduct is Segovia’s key attraction. Built by the Romans in 1 A.D., it is 28.5 m tall at its maximum height.
Top 10 Things to Do in Segovia