Segovia, whose old town and Roman aqueduct are World Heritage, is located on high ground between the channels of the rivers Eresma and Clamores. As well as the famous Aqueduct, a multitude of medieval churches, the Cathedral and Alcazar fortress make up a majestic landscape which dominates these Castilian lands. Its modern Parador is one of the best places for travellers to try the city's most typical dish: roast suckling pig. Segovia is also an excellent starting point for travelling through the province and visiting the palace of La Granja or the Natural Park of las Hoces del Río Duratón, among other options.
Address: Pso. De las Peñitas, 13 Los Rosales-El Espinar / Segovia
Telephone: 921 18 25 42
Address: Ctra. Fresno, s/n Grajera / Segovia
Telephone: 921 55 78 64
Address: Plaza Mayor,2 Cuellar / Segovia
Telephone: 921 14 21 58