Segovia, a world heritage city since 1985 by the UNESCO. It is a medieval city full of art and history: Roman Aqueduct, medieval noble houses from the 15th and 16th century, the last gothic Cathedral built in Spain and the Alcazar, our medieval fortress and much more. Enjoy a walking tour through the city together with an official tour guide born in Segovia, who will show you also not famous corners of the city but as important as the most popular and the traditions and gastronomy of the region.
Outside of the tourist office in Segovia, beside the Aqueduct (address: Avenida del Acueducto, 1, 40001, Segovia ) or at the reception of the hotel
Meeting point outside of the Tourist office of Segovia, just beside the Roman Aqueduct.
Short introduction of the group and plan the walking tour.
Learn about the origins of Segovia, the 2 rivers which sourround the rockhill and all the details of the 16km Roman Aqueduct which is still complete since 2nd century a.c.
Discover what is the calle Real, one of the most popular streets of Segovia. Learn about the sgraffito technique used in the fachade of the buildings, why the roofs are different in Segovia and many noble houses from the 15th and 16th century, the golden age of Segovia.
This square is one of the most beautiful places of Segovia. A combination of 16th italian influence houses with romanesque churches, an old 15th century palace now part of it turned into an Art Museum and in the middle of the square a sculpture of one of the most important history characters of Segovia.
This is the main square, where you can be amazed by the gothic Cathedral, alias "La dama de las Catedrales", the city hall and all the history behind this irregular main square comparing to other main squares in Spain.
(Here there is the option to visit the inside of the cathedral - around 45 mins)
Discover the history of the oldest civil Romanesque quarters in Spain from the 12th century and the jewish quarter.
Enjoy the views from the top of the rockhill and the view point, where you will learn about the Eresma valley and the historical buildings located in the valley. Then discover the medieval castle (here you can choose to visit the Alcazar, which tour is around 45 mins).
Come up to the end of the tour walking through the jewish quarter and learn about the interesting history of this community during the 13th, 14th and 15th century in Segovia. The tour finishes at the main square of Segovia.
At the main Square of Segovia or at the restaurant or at the hotel (I adapt myself to your needs)
Hotel pick-up (when the hotel is in Segovia)
Entrance tickets fee to monuments (Cathedral and Alcazar)
Alcazar: €11.50 – €3 for students 17 to 25 and pensioners but free for children under 16.
Transportation fee (you and the guide) - in case you would like that the tour guide pick you up in your hotel in Madrid (for example)
Bus costs €2 per person
I can pick you up in the hotel in Madrid or cities near Segovia like Valladolid, Ávila (if you stay there and you pay the transportation fee.
Also specify if you need a transfer or any transportation to come to Segovia
All my tours are completely flexible so I could adapt them to any need or willing.
If the you prefer to arrange the pick up/meeting point at the hotel, train or bus station, I am also flexible to this client's need.
(Segovia is 1 hour by car and bus from Madrid and 30 mins by fast train).
In case the hotel is located in Madrid and you would like the tour guide to pick you up in Madrid, this will have an extra cost. I can also organise a private shuttle to go from Madrid to Segovia and Segovia to Madrid.
All entry tickets for monuments (Cathedral and Alcazar) are not included in the tour price as we need to know the exact number of people interested in the visit.
The client can choose visiting both the inside of the Cathedral and the Alcazar, or only one monument or only a walking tour of the city. The tour guide adapts to your needs!