Iglesia de San Esteban
Casa-Museo de Antonio Machado
This museum commemorates Antonio Machado, a segoviano and one of Spain's pre-eminent 20th-century poets, who lived here from 1919 to...
Started in 1525 on the site of a former chapel, Segovia's cathedral is a powerful expression of Gothic architecture that took almost 200...
The shady Plaza Mayor is the nerve centre of old Segovia, lined by an eclectic assortment of buildings, arcades and cafes and with an...
This wine bar draws crowds large enough to spill out onto the pavement, nursing their good wines, cavas (sparkling wines) and cheeses.
Cueva de San Esteban
All the usual Segovia dishes are here, but it's also a good place to try the cocido (meat and chickpea stew) that's so typical of...
Plaza de San Esteban · interesting places nearby
Iglesia de San Esteban information
Not far down the hill northwest of the Plaza Mayor, this beautiful church has a lovely, six-level sandstone tower and a baroque interior.