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4 Magnificent Real Alcazar in Spain

I visited four magnificent Real Alcazar in Spain: Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, and Sevilla. These are palaces or castles where the royals lived in wealth and opulence. Every visitor will be transported to a world of luxury, from their facade to their interiors. The chambers, the halls, the ceilings, and the

5 Places to See in Segovia

Segovia, located in the heart of Spain, is a charming and historic city with a wealth of sights to see. Here are five must-see attractions in Segovia: The Aqueduct of Segovia This stunning Roman aqueduct is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. Built in the first century

Spain: Why You Should Visit Segovia Cathedral

Most of the churches around Spain have the title of the cathedral – and Segovia Cathedral is one of them. It adorns the premises of the town’s Plaza Mayor. You can’t miss its giant structure coated in yellowish color. This might be the only Gothic Cathedral you’ve seen with such

Travel Itinerary: How to Spend a Day in Segovia

Spain has served as the crux of the Muslim-Christian-Roman skirmishes in the past. Because of these, nearly every city in the country has Gothic Cathedrals perched on some hill, Romanesque churches built on the remains of a former building, and the usual medieval architecture that dots around the city in

The Aqueduct of Segovia – Ancient Rome’s Legacy in Spain

The aqueduct of Segovia is ancient Rome’s indisputable legacy in Spain. The towering aqueduct is synonymous with the old town of Segovia. You can’t mention the city’s name without identifying it with this arched aqueduct. The city of Segovia, as legend has it, was founded by Hercules, the son of the Roman

Alcazar de Segovia – A Fairytale-like Castle Before Disney

Before Disney, there was Alcazar de Segovia. If you look at it near and far, the castle resembles of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in Disneyland. You can’t leave Segovia without seeing and getting into the heart of Spain’s most famous castle. The structure wasn’t really meant to be a castle. It was
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