Hosteria Ayala Berganza

Calle de las Carretas no 5, Segovia, Castile-León, 40001, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle de las Carretas no 5, Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cabildo Catedral de Segovia, and Cathedral of Segovia.
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    Travel Blogs from Segovia

    Segovia (Emily)

    A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394 on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... but has since served as a royal palace (when returned to the Christians after Arab conquest was over), a prison, and a college. Also, this castle was what inspired Walt Disney's Cinderella castle! After our tour, we climbed the medieval spiral staircase all the way to the top of the tower to see all of Segovia. It was a wonderful view!

    After visiting the castle, we were able to see the Aqueduct of Segovia. The actual year it was constructed is still somewhat of ...

    The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in the Plain

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 22, 2014

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    ... The world sure was a lot different by then, and the cathedral reflects this; it ended up looking quite different from the many pure Gothic cathedrals we've seen, having its own unique style that I really liked. Fortunately, the rain stopped while we were in the cathedral, and while it remained pretty cold, it felt like the sun might try to come out and warm things up a bit. Finally, we ended up on the far side of the city, site of Segovia's fairy-tale ...

    Somos Segovianos hoy

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 29, 2013

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    ... a the acueducto is monumental! At this point the treble height arches rise to a height of about 28 metres. Following the course of the acueducto along Calle Teodosio el Grande, it diminishes in height along Calle Almira and Calle los Ca˝uelos. Here it is hemmed in by the houses and buildings on either side of the road, its original functional purpose - bringing water to the city - becomes more apparent. The aqueduct remains one of the most intact Roman aqueducts in Europe.There ...

    Hello real Europe!

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Sep 19, 2013

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    ... top was spectacular, more so after we climbed 152 large spiral stairs to get to the top.

    We departed a while after and Dad bought some beer at the supermarket down the road. We headed back to the room for an hour for a chance to relax. Conor and Dad went looking for dinner options, only to discover a festival starting in the main square with 25000 Catholics! Honestly, it was as busy as the public toilets at the MCG on AFL Grand Final day. We quickly chose a ...

    So, the boys want castles?

    A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... is closed one day a week - and it happened to be Tuesdays, the day we chose to drive out there. Nevertheless, the boys had fun crawling around on the castle walls and ducking into archery cubbies pretending to shoot arrows across the moat. We returned to Segovia and into our new lodgings, just outside the old town walls at the junction of the aqueduct.

    For our next outing, we drove ...