Tearing ourselves away from the awe inspiring aqueduct, we’re off to check out a few more of the cultural sights that Segovia has to offer.
Another beautiful sight is Segovia Cathedral, a Gothic-style Roman Catholic building located in the main square with a myriad of soaring spires.
The church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, was built in a Gothic style in the mid-16th century.
All around the cathedral are little traditional shops full of local delicacies and colourful ceramics.
As if the aqueduct and cathedral are not enough, Segovia also boasts a castle too!
The Alcázar of Segovia – literally “Segovia Fortress” – is a medieval castle and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is one of the most distinctive castle-palaces in Spain bacause of its shape which looks sort of like the bow of a ship from a distance.
The chunky middle bit is the tower of John II of Castile which has a large panoramic terrace offering wonderful views across the city.
Between all the incredible architecture, and the colourful traditional sights, Segovia is a amazing place to spend a few hours and is just a short train ride from Madrid.
Plus there is even a little bit of street art just to round off the experience perfectly!