SEGOVIA is like no other city in Spain. It has a stunning Roman monument surviving in the middle of a modern city. Full of beautiful churches and special corners, Segovia is a fairy-tale place.

Iconic dish

Segovia is synonym of Cochinillo (roasted suckling pig).

In the city

Walk along Calle cuesta de los hoyos known as Paseo de la Hontanilla. A museum worth to visit if you like contemporary art is Esteban Vicente, which takes the name from a local artist.

Kids

Kayaking in Las Hoces del Duraton. Click here to check one of the companies providing this experience.

Charge your batteries

Calle de la Infanta Isabel is the main street for tapas. El Cordero and Casa Candido main Cochinillo places in the city. Don't leave the city without trying Cochinillo.

Outside the city

A great opportunity for ski lovers at Puerto de Navacerrada and La Pinilla. In addition, there are small beautiful towns where to spend a day and enjoy the great food this region offers such as Pedraza and La Granja de San Ildefonso.

May events

Between the 14th and 19th the  most magical Festival arrives one more year to the city, the Titirimundi is back with its street art theatre and activities all over the place. 

April events

Between the 14th and 21st the entire city celebrates the Semana Santa with different parades around the city celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Additional information

Segovia is just 30 mins away from Madrid by train and 1h by bus (bus is highly recommended as it finish in Segovia down town). We recommend to spend 2 days here.