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Segovia is a fascinating Spanish city with ancient sites including a towering Roman aqueduct and an Alcázar castle said to have inspired Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty. Set on a craggy limestone rock, this UNESCO World Heritage-listed destination is so steeped in history that legend says it was founded by Noah's great-grandson. The mouth-watering foodie scene adds to its allure: try the suckling pig or roast lamb, washed down with full-bodied red wine from nearby Ribera del Duero.
You can stay in a Segovia hostel in a UNESCO-listed building with monastery cloisters dating back to the 15th century. Or choose hostels with communal spaces like living rooms, patios and cinema rooms. Breakfasts are available for a small charge, or you can cook up your own in a shared kitchen. Look for a place with an on-site restaurant if you don't fancy cooking. Some hostels in Segovia have free gyms or a relaxing sauna so you can keep fit while you're travelling.
The 3km-long ancient city walls provide a border to the Old Quarter and still have three out of five original gates. You can enter through one of these or wander up Calle Real de Segovia passing Casa de los Picos (House of the Peaks) and La Alhóndiga (the Corn Exchange) as well as restaurants and souvenir shops. Behind Segovia Cathedral on the southern side of the city you'll find the remains of the Jewish Quarter with synagogues, palaces and museums.
The 167 arches of the soaring Roman aqueduct were built nearly 2,000 years ago, and this incredible feat of engineering used no mortar or cement. At the other end of the old town, the 12th-century Alcázar de Segovia was once a royal residence and offers visitors a taste of history with its Throne Room and Hall of Kings. Head to the lively Plaza Mayor (main square) in the evenings to immerse yourself in the city's famous culinary scene.
You can explore the historic centre of Segovia on foot, or use the local bus service. The main bus station is near Paseo de Ezequiel González, 500m from the aqueduct, and has connections to Madrid, Salamanca and Ávila. Estación de Segovia-Guiomar is the main train station, 5km from the aqueduct, and a taxi or connecting bus will take you into the centre. The AVE high-speed train from Madrid arrives at a separate train station 2.5km from the aqueduct. Segovia's closest airport is Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport, and the train from there takes about 2 hours.