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Segovia is a honey colored city dominated by the walls and turrets of its castle, El Alcázar de Segovia, and the magnificent Roman Aqueduct. Segovia does, however, have much more to offer than just its historical buildings. It is a lively and cosmopolitan town, just an hour away from Madrid. This city is to be savored, with lots of nooks and crannies to explore, winding out from its central square, Plaza Mayor. Whether you go on a cold, crisp winter's day or in the heat of the Spanish summer, you will be enchanted by this ancient town. Segovia hotels in the historic center enjoy panoramic views across the empty plains and with accommodation in the new town, you will be able to look across to the old walled city. Whatever your budget, Venere will have a wide selection of hotels for you in this imposing city. Multiple photos will help you select from great value hotel accommodation to suit all purposes.

What's Segovia Like?

Segovia sits high above the Eresma and Clamores rivers. Winding paths, arches and cobbled streets lead you up to the historic center. Look out for an interesting mixture of architectural styles, including the heavily studded facade of the 16th century Casa de la Moneda, the former royal mint. The castle sits within the walls of the Alcazaba and brings together a blend of Romanesque, Gothic, Arabic and Renaissance styles. Some rooms are furnished exactly as when Queen Isabella of Castilla lived here. Plaza Mayor is dominated by a statue of Machado, one of Spains' most famous poets. Striding out in his coat and scarf, he clutches a copy of his poems. No-one can fail to be impressed by the 1st century Roman Aqueduct, built to bring water from the hills into the Roman fort. Its remains straddle Segovia's Plaza del Azoguejo. Many of Segovia's old buildings and churches are not just empty monuments to the past, but are used as venues for an ever changing cultural program of concerts, exhibitions and other activities. There will always be something happening on the doorstep of your Segovia hotel.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Segovia

In winter and summer both, the locals enjoy jogging, cycling or simply strolling along the banks of the River Eresma. Join them here and afterwards, head up to one of Segovia's plazas or sunny terraces and read your newspaper or guide book while enjoying a coffee or beer. You are sure to be offered some tapas. Suckling pig and roast lamb are iconic dishes in this part of Spain. Madrilenos head for Segovia at the weekend for their Sunday lunch. If you want to eat typically late as they do, then be sure to book a table. When you choose your Segovia hotel with Venere you have the confidence of booking with a well-known brand that has partnerships with hotels across the city. Read honest reviews written by real visitors and see exactly where your hotel is. Venere will guide you towards transport options, attractions, restaurants and much, much more.