Iglesia de San Miguel
On Plaza Mayor, this church – where Isabel was proclaimed Queen of Castile – recedes humbly into the background before the splendour of...
Started in 1525 after its Romanesque predecessor had burned to the ground in the War of the Communities, Segovia's cathedral is a...
This place has lounge music that turns more towards house as the night wears on.
Limón y Menta
The patisserie Limón y Menta , just off Plaza Mayor, is a good place to indulge in your ponche passion. This is a rich lemon-infused...
Lonely Planet review
The shady Plaza Mayor is the nerve centre of old Segovia, lined by an eclectic assortment of buildings, arcades and cafés and an open pavilion in its centre. It's also the site of the catedral and the tourist office. The road connecting Plaza Mayor and the aqueduct is a pedestrian thoroughfare that locals know simply as Calle Real.