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20 Oct Segovia, a city that impresses


Segovia, a World Heritage City, always impresses. It impresses its Roman aqueduct, its Cathedral and its Alcázar, its Jewish district, its stately houses, its unique panoramas, its extensive green areas and, of course, its gastronomy with the suckling pig as a star dish.

Beyond monuments and places of interest, there are other areas that are well worth a visit such as the Paseo del Salón, the Church of San Martín, the House of the Peaks, the Old Synagogue, Plaza de la Merced and, of course , Plaza Mayor, which also houses a small market on Thursday mornings. In front of the Jewish Quarter, in the green area known as the Pinarillo, there are the remains of the Old Jewish Cemetery, which you should also visit.

Do not leave Segovia without savoring its typical gastronomy such as suckling pig or lamb roasted in a wood oven, trout, cooked beans from the farm, sausages Catimpalo and a large group of sweet delicacies for dessert. You can taste them in many restaurants that welcome the main streets of the city. If time allows, you can even do it on terraces with unbeatable views of the main monuments.

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