The great Segovia

Relax yourself and took a day tour from the capital to Segovia. Trust me. It is worth every second of your time.

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Take the Lasepulvedana bus from Monclovia Station, Madrid. Cost around 15 euro round trip!
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Quite and cool. Located at the northwest of Madrid in central Spain. I thought it was as hot as Madrid, alas! I was wrong. Bring extra layer as the weather is rather cold (even in August!)

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The Roman Aqueduct of Segovia, a UNESCO Heritage site. It is argued to be constructed during the 1st century AD
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Plaza del a Artilleria, the old city of Segovia
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Its function was to transport water from Fuente River. Its tallest arch reaches 28,5 meter!
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Historical place. Historical moment
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Plenty of sightseeing around Segovia
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The Segovia Cathedral
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In front of and next to the cathedral, you can find restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops
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Get some souvenir from the citt
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On the way to the Alcazar of Segovia, look around! Stunning view of the cathedral
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Magnificent view from above
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The Alcazar of Segovia, a castle that was originally built as a fortress. Yet, has served also as a royal palace, a state prison, a college and a military academy
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Charming little town, just an hour by bus from Madrid
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San Andres Gate, on the way to the Alcazar.
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The cathedral, seen from the town
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