Parador de Segovia

Address: Carretera de Valladolid s/n, Segovia, Castile-León, 40003, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Carretera de Valladolid s/n, Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cathedral of Segovia, and Cabildo Catedral de Segovia.
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    Travel Blogs from Segovia


    A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... It was definitely the highlight of the weekend for me. We wandered up through the town. The walls of the houses had amazing geometric patterns on them and looked amazing. We went into the cathedral and I managed to get some photos and video before I found out we weren't allowed to. As it was almost 12 on a Sunday, the organ was played. It sounded so lovely, then the bells chimed in as well. The cathedral was built in the 16th century. ...

    The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in the Plain

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 22, 2014

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    ... It stopped, though, right before we got to Avila, and the sun even came out (finally! sometime after 4 p.m.!), so we arrived ready to climb the city's famous walls. These walls that circle the old city are still in perfect condition, rising 12 meters above the city and stretching 2.5 kilometers around it. The city permits visitors to walk 1.6 kilometers of the walls, though finding an entrance through which to climb the walls proved difficult. We spent our first ...

    IES Weekend Trip - Valencia

    A travel blog entry by amyryush on Jan 26, 2014

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    ... and felt like queens. The cliffs surrounding the town was jawdropping and I marveled at the skills of our driver.

    Valencia is a city that was inhabited greeks, cartaginenses, romans and muslims. Muslims especially made an important contribution through the watering system (an 8 channel system stemming from the Plaza de la Virgen), crafts, gardens, and orange trees.

    The bell tower is known as Micalet and it is 50m long and we had to go ...

    Segovia Walking tour

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Nov 08, 2013

    The breakfast here starts at 8:30 and finishes at 12 midday. the day is overcast with some rain and cold. We decide to do a self guided audio walking tour of the city. It is now 5pm and Greg has walked back to our hotel to feed the meter for the car parking. The city is very old with so many beautiful churches and old buildings. We found a hamburger place for lunch and it is refreshing to sit and eat something we know we will like ...

    Roman ruins

    A travel blog entry by masters on Jun 10, 2012

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    ... a picnic table next to our van and Rob is sure he just heard one of them shout something across the site to his friends about a foursome (I don't speak German, so I couldn't comment)!

    Instead of Maximus Decimus Meridius we had to settle for a man dressed as a Roman soldier at the Alcazar, but to be fair, with a name like Meridius he was probably meant to be from Merida anyway (that's a former Roman settlement in the Extremadura region)!