Admire the World Heritage sites of Segovia on a 2-hour tour, starting at the historic Aqueduct. Walk along the Calle Real to see the well-preserved buildings of the Old Town, including the 16th-century Gothic cathedral, and end at the imposing Alcázar.
What to Expect
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 the Old Town of Segovia was once a place of happy coexistence for Moors, Christians and Jews and represents a city of remarkable complexity.
On this 2-hour walking tour you will take the most representative route through the city to see many of its historic sights, starting from the feet of the beautifully preserved Roman Aqueduct.
Stop at La Canaleja, close to the Casa de los Picos (Peak's House) for a panoramic view of the city. Then, leave behind the Medina del Campo for the Romanesque church of San Martin. Continue to Plaza Corpus, site of the city’s former main synagogue, now the Catholic Church of Corpus Christi.
Next, go to Plaza Mayor for up-close views and a look inside Segovia Cathedral, the last Gothic cathedral built in Spain. Stop by the House-Museum of the poet Antonio Machado. Then, end in the Canonjias quarter, before your guide takes you on a tour of the Alcazar, a stunning stone fortification on a rocky crag above the confluence of the rivers Eresma and Clamores.
- Tickets to the main monuments (Cathedral and Alcázar)
Know Before You Go
• Please wear the badge given at the start of the tour, and keep hold of your ticket until the end
• This tour requires a minimum of 4 people