Roman aqueduct of Segovia
Located in central Spain, in the south of the Castile-León region. Its capital is the city of Segovia, whose historic centre and the Roman aqueduct have been awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO. There are two notable Royal Sites in the province: the Royal Palace at La Granja, and the Royal Palace in Riofrío. Castles are another common sight throughout the province of Segovia, including those of Coca, Cuéllar and Pedraza. The province is also home to a nature reserve. The highlight of the local gastronomy is the famous roast suckling pig, but Segovia also well-known for its kidney beans, milk-fed lamb and its excellent cured sausages such as the chorizo from Cantimpalos.
Reservera den bästa upplevelsen
Route of the World Heritage City
Madrid, Cuenca, Ávila, Salamanca, Segovia
Enjoy the culinary art in Hotel Palacio San Facundo
Route of St. Teresa of Jesus
Segovia, Salamanca, Ávila
BIKE SPAIN: Madrid, Toledo and Segovia by bike.
Toledo, Madrid, Segovia