The world of Esteban Vicente
The museum is housed in the palace of Henry IV of Spain dating from 1455, and contains an exceptional collection of works by this important Spanish artist.
Esteban Vicente is the only Spanish artist belonging to the first generation of the New York school of Abstract Impressionism. The core of the collection comprises the 153 works that the artist and his wife donated to the museum. Oil paintings, collages, watercolours, sculptures and lithographs are some of the items to be found in the collection. It covers the whole of the artist's evolution and his different periods of artistic creation.
Casa de los Picos House
Its most characteristic feature is its façade, which is covered…
Santísima Trinidad Church
A Romanesque church with a nave, tower and semicircular apse with…
The Aqueduct of Segovia
It must have been one of the largest in the Roman world.
Segovia City Walls
The exhibition space is formed by the San Andrés Gate and the…
It is located in the church of San Juan de los Caballeros, built…