Unlike other food shops in this stretch of street west of the Plaza Mayor, La Despensa is a delicatessen that focuses on jamón and other cured meats – if you're planning a picnic, make sure you take along some jamón…
Sánchez Muñoz is an established madrileño artist who has a small studio here. His watercolours of the local villages are vibrant, colourful and based on subtle abstract forms. Prints are available from €7.
One of numerous gourmet food shops in this stretch of street, La Buena Jera has an excellent range of local cheeses and wines from Toro, as well as local pastries, honeys and other delicacies.
Segovia has loads of places around town selling Spanish and Segovian gourmet food products, and this is one of the best of them. It also has a cafe serving light meals.
With handcrafted handbags, jewellery, block-prints of Segovia and a host of other artsy, locally made items, this shop is ideal for creative gifts.
Local gourmet foods from the Zamora area are sold here, but it's the wines from Toro in particular that take centre stage.
Check out these unusual, high-quality handmade crafts and souvenirs in ceramic, wood and textile.
This culinary museum has a small but carefully chosen selection of local cheeses, wines and other gourmet goodies from Segovia and its hinterland.