Discovering Segovia

 Segovia  92Km north of Madrid is a mediaeval city, like Toledo, but with a quite different atmosphere, like the essence of Old Castile, noble, powerful, and a little austere. 92Km north from Madrid It is a World Heritage site,sprawling within its city walls and beyond with historic buildings. Its main site is the  Roman Aqueduct, an extraordinary masterpiece in which practicaly coexist with harmony and beauty coexist. It has rendered service to the city until recent years. Unmortared, brick-like ashlars joined by means of an ingenuous force equilibrium. The cathedral and the Alcázar, the Disney-like appearance of which belies its long


Toledo 70km south of Madrid, This is one of the most famous destinations for a day trip from Madrid. Founded 2500 years ago by Romans, the walled-city of Toledo, is known as the “City of the Three Cultures” due to Muslims, Christians and Jews living peacefully together in the 8th-11th century eriod This mixing of Jewish, Moorish and Christian cultures made Toledo a haven for intellectuals and artists throughout the ages. Walk back through history by wandering through Toledo’s maze-like medieval streets and by visiting its famous cathedrals, palaces, synagogue and art museums. Since by law no buildings in Toledo