One of the most popular provinces thanks to its unquestionable natural value and historical heritage, a true luxury for everyone who decides to visit this coveted destination. We are talking about one of the most popular provinces of Castilla y León, a place of long, cold and dry winters that will welcome you to a lovely stay by the fireplace, trying the most delicious meals, such as the roast suckling pig, the star dish of this region.
If we decide to do rural tourism in Segovia, before coming to see its spectacular aqueduct, we should stop by at the Complejo de San Ildefonso, built by the royal family of Bourbon, where you will find art everywhere, and its palace and the gardens of king Philip V will take you back to a time of ancient splendour, and make you feel like true royalty.
An area where you will find plenty of buildings built in the Gothic style including one of the capital's landmarks, is the cathedral, of such a beautiful sight that it won't it forget easily. You will also find here the Alcázar, one of the unquestionable protagonists captured by everyone who comes to this city.
But there is much more to discover still. In Riaza and Ayllón you will travel back to the majestic medieval times, manifested in each of the monuments of their historical centres.
Las Hoces del Duratón and of Riaza are two natural reserves that you will be able to walk around their greenery and enjoy of impressive landscapes this area can offer.
What to see in Segovia?
Segovia is a charming province with some of the most relevant historical monuments. Travelling to this province will allow you to learn in depth about its culture and surprise you, always, with some of its lesser known corners.
It is located at the centre of Spain, in Castilla y León concretely, a