Visiting Segovia without seeing the aquaduct is impossable. When driving to the city it's all over there.
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This site is the symbol of Segovia. It is a beautifully preserved and unbelievably huge monument to the brilliance of Roman architects. See it from all the different angles, up, down, inside to city and just outside. Each view brings a new perspective.
The aqueduct is a very intact Roman structure in Segovia (which is a very pleasant small town within easy reach of Madrid). You can't go up it, just admire from the ground.
Incredible piece of engineering! We climbed the steps and took the walk back through the narrow historic streets to plaza mayor. Short 15 min walk all signed back to coffee in the plaza
Right in the centre of Segovia, the sheer size of this Roman aqueduct took my breath away. Made of hewn granite which fits closely together - no mortar - it's an amazing feat of early engineering - particularly when you think that granite is one...More
Simply awe inspiring! We visited Segovia for a family wedding in September and our hotel was right beside the start of the aquaduct. To follow the aquaduct down to the square is a fabulous walk. The aduaduct is something else. It genuinely beggars beliefas to...More
My 20 yr old daughter and I took the 1 hr bus ride from Madrid this week. Despite the somewhat cloudy day, it was a beautiful walk up the scenic steps to the aqueduct. Great views and picture moments. It was the highlight of the...More
One would need to be seriously not to appreciate a millennia-old construction. Free to see, view and enjoy in many angles.
This 2,000 year old roman aqueduct is well worth a day trip from Madrid or a multiple day stay in Segovia. As an engineer, I couldn't stop staring at this beautiful construction that looks in perfect shape despite the weathering of two millenia.