La Cija Y La Tena De Casla

C/ San Jose, 6, Segovia, Castile-León, 40590, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Somos Segovianos hoy

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson


... stunning from the steps leading to Calle Obispo Gandásegui. It's from here that you can really appreciate the acueducto. A masterpiece of Roman design and construction it was built to carry water from the Sierra de
Guadarrama mountains to the city. There are a total of 166 arches (we didn't count them!) with a length of 958 metres and just over 28 metres at its highest point.

It was constructed with granite blocks from Guadarrama "a hueso" without mortar. Water ran on ...

Day 8: Segovia

A travel blog entry by phoenix7


... to even stop to look up like us tourists do today - I highly doubt it. Seems like they were a filthy rich and spoilt bunch. There was also a smallish display of royal silver, what was left after Napoleon Bonaparte's brother melted it down to fund various wars. The Royal Armoury was awesome. I couldn't help myself, I snuck a quick photo when the security guard was on the other side of a horse to me. There was both ...

Chapter Eight - Sights in Segovia

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


Continuing with Alun and Eku, we have planned visits to The Mint, The Aqueduct and the Alcázar today. As usual I want to see as much as possible. I hope they can survive the odyessy.

We descend once more the interminable steps of the Alcázar short cut (we can do them blindfold by now) to the Casa de la Moneda, The Mint. This beautifully ...


A travel blog entry by cmebacher


Today we went to Segovia.. the town of many steps. It was the cutest/prettiest little town and it reminded me of Harry Potter or something I would see in the Game Of Thrones. The first place we went to was the Aqueduct which was so beautiful. I believe it was said to have been built sometime during the first century and it has 167 arches. I learned that the legend of the Aqueduct had to do with the devil and in the end he ended ...

Day 4 - Saturday, May 25, 2013 (Segovia & Burgos)

A travel blog entry by deacondavid


After a 6:00AM wake-up call, 7:00AM luggage call and quick breakfast (same menu as yesterday), we boarded the bus at 8:00AM sharp and headed across the Sierra de Guadarrama mountain range for SEGOVIA! As soon as we pulled in, we were charmed. We found Segovia to be as quaint and historic as any other medieval village that we've seen throughout Europe. It is part of the Castille region of Spain, and was ...


This hotel, located on C/ San Jose, 6, Segovia, is near Palacio Real de la Granja.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding