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Ballon Ride over Segovia Castle
"You can choose to do your own trip to and from Segovia or book our transfer service from central Madrid. If you decide to include transport leave your Madrid hotel by vehicles and travel to the launch pad in style. Alternatively make your own way to the Segovia Balloon launch site very close to the center of town. On arrival meet all the team and enjoy the preparations to inflate the balloon. After listening to a safety briefing step inside your balloon’s basket and take to the skies with your pilot. Each basket holds a maximum of 8 people and there’s plenty of room for you to sightsee comfortably as you soar up and away.Have your camera ready to capture bird’s-eye views the breathtaking medieval Castle called The Alcázar
From EUR145.00
 
Segovia Balloon Ride
"Fly with the company that love what they do and get personal attention from pilots and crew. The launch field is easily accessible as it is at the Road from Segovia to Avila.Start your flight from the viewpoint of the Gothic Cathedral or the Alcazar in order to avoid thermal currents. The tour will take around 3.5 hours that will include: Pilots with more than 1000 flight hours balloon inflation safety briefing the flight (1 hour approximately) and a photo report. You will have breakfast where you will have a toast with cava after landing eggs and bacon or toast with jam breakfast at a local restaurant and be taken back to the launch field in 4x4 vehicles."
From EUR150.00
 
Private Tour: Segovia Day Trip from Madrid by High-Speed Train
"Your round-trip train ticket will be sent to your Madrid hotel in advance of your tour. Simply make your own way to Madrid’s Chamartín Station hop aboard your high-speed train and then meet your guide in Segovia. The UNESCO-listed Roman city enjoys an idyllic setting between the rivers Eresma and Clamores bordered by the imposing Sierra de Guadarrama mountain range. Gaze out of the window on the train and ogle the stunning sights as they slip into view.On arrival travel with your guide by taxi into central Segovia and then head out on your walking tour. First take time to marvel at the city’s enormous aqueduct
From EUR107.00

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By Coach to Segovia (La Sepulvedana)

Buses from „La Sepulvedana“ run frequently between Madrid-Moncloa and Segovia, roughly every 30 to 60 minutes. Tickets are 14,31 EUR return, single tickets are in the 7-8 EUR range – you save a couple...
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Take the La Sepulvedana bus to Segovia

I took the green La Sepulvedana bus from Madrid's Moncloa bus station to Segovia. Moncloa is easily reachable via the metro. Use the yellow Line 3 from Sol or Callao.The return ticket should be bought...
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To Segovia by train.

I believe the most convenient way to get Segovia from Madrid is to take a train at Chamartin Rail Way Station. It takes about only twenty nine minutes to get Segovia from Madrid by train. You can also...
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Train

I had arrived from Irun by AVE fast train at Segovia AVE station, the first thing i saw were cows grasing in a field, has the ave station is out of town, then the bus arrived that meets the train....
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Bus #11 from the Train Station

Bus #11 from the train station to the aqueduct worked great. One euro, each way (September 2013). The photo shows the traffic circle on one side of the aqueduct and there are several bus lines that...
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Bus to AVE station

Bus to AVE station leave from near Aqueduct in Pza Artilleria at regular intervals. Times are on number 11 bus stop. Shadow is from Aqueduct so you see how near the stop is. Actually the stop is the...
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By Car: How far/how long...?

There are some ways to go to Segovia, and the most beautiful one is by car across the mountains.Take road A-6 to Collado Villalba (or just Villalba). Then, leave the motorway taking M-601 and go up to...
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By bus

There is only one bus company going directly Madrid - La Granja, LINECAR, once daily (at 15:30 on weekdays, at 18:30 on saturdays) so this is not very convenient if you wanna make a daytrip. The buses...
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From Madrid to Segovia by bus

I thought that traveling by bus was the most convenient way to get to Segovia from Madrid. It costs more or less the same as going by train, but it's faster and the schedules are more flexible with...
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Segovia Guiomar AVE Station

Fast trains (AVE) from Madrid or from the North of Spain arrive at Guiomar station - and not to central Segovia station - that is for Cercanias and other normal trains.Guiomar station is situated some...
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How to Get to Segovia from Madrid

How to Get to Segovia from Madrid: 1. By Bus. There are regular buses throughout the day(from 6am till 21:30 every 30’) with La Sepulvedana company. The ticket costs 6.42euro and the ride takes 75’....
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How to move around and the bus station

Segovia is a small town that you can walk easily around. There are some local buses that can take you to some monasteries but the town centre is walkable and all basic sights are there.From Segovia...
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bus - La Sepulvedana

Bus is faster and cheaper than the train option, and besides they stop closer to the city center.You can take a bus run by La Sepulvedana from Madrid. The return ticket will cost about E13. They...
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Madrid to Segovia

On public transport you have a couple options for getting to Segovia from Madrid. Bus or Train. From Madrid you will be crossing a small mountain range called the Sierra de Guadarrama so if its not...
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Top Hotels in Segovia

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Plaza Mayor 12, Segovia, Castile-Leon, 40001, Spain
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C/ Doctor Velasco 9, Segovia, Castile-Leon, 40003, Spain
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26 Paseo de Ezequiel Gonzalez, Segovia, Castile-Leon, 40002, Spain
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Carretera de Valladolid s/n, Segovia, Castile-Leon, 40003, Spain
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C/ Isabel La Catolica 8, Segovia, Castile-Leon, 40001, Spain
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Avda. Padre Claret 10, Segovia, Castile-Leon, 40001, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Segovia

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Segovia Cathedral

The Cathedral is one of the latest built in Gothic style. At the time it was finished, Renaissance was the dominant style and this is a rare example of a mix between Renaissance and Gothic styles....
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Roman Aqueduct

Although Segovia has a beautiful Cathedral and Castle (Alcázar), the aqueduct is the best-known sight in Segovia. It was built in the 1st century AD by the Romans and is well preserved. Althoguh some...
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Alcázar

The spot has been popular for fortification buildings since the early middle ages, the first Spanish/Christian building dates back to around 1120. By the 15th century, most of the actual structure was...
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Puerta de Santiago

The Northwestern city gate, just below the Alcázar. It was named after Santiago (St. James) due to its proximity of a St. James church and being the gate leading onto the pilgrim way to Santiago de...
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Plaza Mayor

The representative main square of the city centre, similar to others in Spain. Important buildings include the city hall in the North and the San Miguel Church in the Southeast. It got is current...
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Convento de San Juan de la Cruz

This Carmelite Monastery was founded in 1586 on the site of a dissolved 12th century Trinitary one. The convent church is a 13th century building which had a Baroque makeover, including the interior....
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easyoar

"Segovia - a beautiful Spanish town"
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Oleg_D.

"City of ancient and medieval cultural heritage!"
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micas_pt

"Segovia"
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mindcrime

"like a fairy tale"
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Jefie

"Segovia la Encantadora!"
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