This ought to be one of the 'wonders of the world' the fact that it has survived in such condition for so long just makes one reflect on our own 'few moments in the sun', I don't think I'll ever see it's like again, perhaps...More
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The travel time from Madrid is about thirty minutes by from Chamartin rail train station. You can buy tickets the night before online, but you need to print them at the hotel’s business center. Upon arriving at Segovia, you have to take a bus to...More
A well preserved aqueduct constructed by Romans. What a sight to see. They are also famous for the crispy skin baby roast pork dish. We picked the gourmet food selection with our tour but I would not recommend the food. I am not saying this...More
This Roman aqueduct is an amazing feat of engineering. 20,000 stacked stones and no mortar was on used to hold them together. It is impressive in size, architecture and for the amount of skill and labor that went into its creation. A must-see during a...More
The Aqueducto of Segovia was the first thing I saw when we got into the city, and it was nighttime already. The huge aqueduct was still very very impressive. There are stairs which you can climb to get to the top, where you get a...More
This ancient site is a short walk (10 mins) from the train station of Segovia. It is one of the main attractions of the town and is a very impressive structure. Walk up to the top and enjoy the views!
It is incredible what was constructed so many years ago. The Aqueduct is still in good condition you can see it up close and how it was constructed.
segovia is again a must visit place in spain. the beautiful bylanes of the town well preserved are really an amazing day trip from madrid. famous for its aqueduct from roman time. its just the first thing you see as you enter the city.