5 Must See Attractions in Segovia, Spain

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  1. Sneh says:

    Awesome post Indrani.. I would love to visit spain some day.. love your posts from Europe!!

  2. eileen says:

    Hello, these all look like beautiful place to visit. Lovely photos. Thank you for sharing your trip! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

  3. Cloudia says:

    Thank you for showing us!

  4. Great, Amazing pics.

  5. ladyfi says:

    Wonderful shots.

  6. Lovely photos and very informative. I don’t know when I will visit this country 🙂 :). While visiting again surf your blog and note everything. Lovely architecture!

  7. Niranjan says:

    Magnificent structures!

  8. They all look like a nice place to visit. Some wonderful pics. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Mridula says:

    Such a beautiful town, loved the aqueduct a little more than all other attractions!

  10. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder says:

    Wonderful pictures as always, Indrani. Your travel stories are always enriched with great information…:-)

  11. Yogi Saraswat says:

    What a beautiful and clean town . I always think what is the reason that it does not exist in India . beautiful images .

  12. Segovia is a Beautiful town. I had also read some where that “Gothic pattern is a commonly used architectural pattern used in Segovia. Is it so Indrani?

  13. Very informative and great pics Indrani!

  14. A.P.Singh says:

    thank you for showing segovia a beautiful place

  15. Such a beautiful place. Great captures 🙂

  16. Stunning places to see… & i loved the Plaza Mayor, Segovia 🙂

  17. Neha says:

    Lovely Clicks Indrani… and great post… xoxo, Neha

  18. Sims says:

    Bookmarked 😛

  19. klara says:

    nice post, I hope I will be able to visit Segovia one day.

  20. Segovia looks and sounds like a place I’d enjoy visiting. I appreciate the tips you’ve provided with each attraction. Very useful.

  21. The architecture of Segovia is so unique. I would love to visit Spain. It looks like my kind of place!

  22. budget jan says:

    I love your photos of the Alcazar and the Cathedral and isn’t the aqueduct just amazing!

  23. Loved reading every bit of this post!! We visited Segovia during our visit to Spain and totally loved the historic experience in this old town. Its so beautiful!!!

  24. Beautiful place. I agree with you, I do like DIY tours too. Although the advantage of having a guided tour is the juicy tidbits that the tour guide drops on you that almost always is not in any thing you read about online 🙂

  25. Indrani, when I visited Segovia, I only had 5 hours in town. I saw everything you have in here and more. So, I encourage people to visit even if they do not have a lot of time. I would have liked to have more time to try one of the area specialties (like suckling pig) and to find the viewpoint from where you can see the Alcazar from the front (you have to get out of town).

  26. I visited Segovia a couple of years ago, and it was during a cold snap. I loved the town, but I thought I was going to freeze to death! I want to go back when the weather gods provide some heat 🙂 Thanks for linking up this week. #TPThursday

  27. Marcia says:

    I must share this post with my god daughter. Just last night we were talking about Spain and I was telling her she should check out Segovia. How serendipitous! I’m sure she’ll love your tips. Thank you!

  28. Segovia is a beautiful place! The aqueduct is enough of a reason to rave about the architecture of this city.

  29. it’s a beautiful city indeed..so many great landmarks to enjoy

  30. Mandy says:

    I like self-guided tours too! I find tour guides can often be a little overpowering, although I’ve had excellent luck with guides in London, I must say.

  31. Great Photos of Segovia, Indrani! We loved our visit to Segovia. It is a great day trip but even better to spend the night if there’s time.

  32. Grey World Nomads says:

    Segovia looks like an original Spanish old town as I imagined it. We are collecting post about Spain for our next travels. This one is very useful – thanks.

  33. Beautiful images! Never been to Segovia but love the smaller towns in Spain like these, so full of history and charm!

  34. Segovia looks beautiful. I was in Madrid in January, we did a day trip to Toledo but never made it to Segovia. Will have to make it there the next time I’m in Spain.

  35. I wanted to visit Segovia on my last trip to Spain but wasn’t able to fit it in. You’ve definitely reignited my interest!

  36. You mean to tell me that huuuuuge aqueduct is supporting itself without mortar? That is crazy! I’d love to see that, as well as the two churches you mentioned. Visiting older churches is one of my favorite things to do in Europe.

  37. The architecture in Spain is spectacular, too bad that I didn’t go out of Madrid and visit these small towns when I was there. But it was great reading the post and see those pictures! Thanks for sharing! @ knycx.journeying