Las Sirenas

Address: C. Juan Bravo 30, Segovia, Castile-León, 40001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on C. Juan Bravo 30, Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cathedral of Segovia, and Cabildo Catedral de Segovia.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Sirenas Segovia

      Reviewed by nselwood

      Nothing special but friendly and well situated

      Reviewed Aug 6, 2011
      by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      A bit hard to find as in a pedestrain area but well located for sightseeing. Free car parking spot and friendly staff. Room very dated but clean and adequate.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Las Sirenas Segovia

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394 on Jul 27, 2014

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      Hello again everyone!

      Visiting Segovia today on our way to Madrid was absolutely amazing! The architecture is just as beautiful as it was in Salamanca!

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      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 22, 2014

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      ... condition--it was used well into the 20th century--and has won all kinds of modern awards from organizations like the American Society of Civil Engineers. Perhaps most impressively, absolutely no mortar was used in its construction--those Romans sure knew how to make 'em.

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      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 02, 2014

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      ... a number of cathedrals already, we did walk the entire perimeter of the area. The square had small roads radiating out from the center with homes and markets. They were full of people and plenty to look at. After a while we found a nice park and ate our lunch on the benches. We even fed a little to the birds standing by our feet. At this point we realized we much preferred Spain to what we had seen. The architecture was more our style, everything a ...

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      Birding in Segovia

      A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on May 18, 2012

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      Andrea, the birding in Segovia is fantastic! They have a lot of those storks I told you about when we were birding in Istanbul. The ones that look like wood storks!

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