SEGOVIA, THE CITY OF THE AQUADUCT?
Segovia, as you well know, is a city in the center of Spain, not far from Madrid or Valladolid and is famous for its ancient aqueduct, its walled town, its cathedral, - the last built in Gothic style in the whole of Europe - its Alcazar, with its aspect of ship captain dominating the Castilian plateau, its many Romanesque churches, and of course, by its tasty and generous gastronomy.
The passage of history has left in our city an artistic and cultural heritage that has made 1,985 in the city of Segovia were declared a world heritage site by UNESCO.
A walk in the city will fill all your senses; its narrow streets, its quiet corners, captured by the most famous artists, painters and photographers will not leave you indifferent.
Churches, towers, fountains, parks, ancient palaces that evoke a historical past make our city one of the most appreciated by the multitude of visitors who every day come to our city.