Hotel Corregidor

Calle 3 de Abril,1, Segovia, Castile-León, 40002 , Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calle 3 de Abril,1, Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cathedral of Segovia, and Cabildo Catedral de Segovia.
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    A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... was a 2 and a half hour drive to Segovia. We had a small toilet stop along the way. Once again the drive into the city was amazing, the cathedral is on the highest point and stands out. The other main features of Segovia is the aqueduct. It was built at the end of the 1st century by the Romans and was until up until the 1960s. It was originally 19km long. It was mindblowing that it was still standing after so long and that's it's still in such ...

    The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in the Plain

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 22, 2014

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    ... air corridors that look out on the surrounding area. On a clear day, you can see the snowcapped mountains around the castle; all we could see were the town and countryside, both especially pretty from the top of the central tower that we climbed at the end of our visit. It was warming up and the rain seemed gone for good, so we agreed to check out one more medieval city down in this plain before driving to Madrid. Of course, it started raining again on ...

    Somos Segovianos hoy

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 29, 2013

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    ... 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 on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... glass and ceramic jars labelled with complicated names. It reminded me of a Harry Potter potions lab. Inside the actual palace, the fresco above the entrance stairway couldn't beat the world's largest fresco I saw in Würzburg, but this one was interesting because it had something I haven't seen before - images that almost looked like posters, seemingly stuck on later. Now the Throne Room - wow. I've never seen so ...


    A travel blog entry by mrjoey on Jul 15, 2012

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    ... men and slaves who built this. No extended tea-breaks and dodgy building materials here. And just so you don't forget this the birds perform daily acrobatic displays up and down it. Even mother nature is impressed.

    Other notable sights were the impressive Plaza Mayor and the various romanesque churches. I seemed to develop a liking for the romanesque sculptures. Very distinctive.

    The last day was spent at the Alcázar. ...