San Martín Church, Segovia

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San Martín Church, Segovia: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Segovia: Guided Walking Tour with Alcázar Entry

    1. Segovia: Guided Walking Tour with Alcázar Entry

    Explore the city of Segovia on a guided walking tour starting from the impressive Aqueduct. During the walk, discover ornate historic buildings such as the Casa De Los Picos. See the medieval Church of San Martín, part of the old district of the Jewish quarter. Continue towards the central Plaza Mayor of Segovia where you can admire the exterior of the Cathedral of Segovia. Learn more about the many sights and buildings you will see from your expert guide. Finish the tour by discovering the Alcázar of Segovia with your guide. Learn about the history of this elegant palace which was the home of several notable Kings and Queens, including Isabella I of Castile. Explore its stately rooms and learn about the many functions of the castle throughout the centuries.

  • Segovia: Nighttime Walking Tour

    2. Segovia: Nighttime Walking Tour

    Meet your expert guide by the impressive Roman aqueduct of Segovia. Enjoy a relaxed walking tour through the city at nighttime and see many beautiful buildings illuminated throughout the various districts. Stroll through the charming streets and learn more about lesser-known anecdotes and stories behind the famous monuments of the city. Discover the historic Knights' Quarter and hear of the myths and legends associated with historic figures. Discover the buzzing Main Square, where you will find the Town Hall and the Cathedral of Segovia. See the Palace of San Martín of Enrique IV and explore the old Jewish Quarter of the city, and discover hidden landmarks well off the beaten track.

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What people are saying about San Martín Church, Segovia

A good overview of Segovia that allows you to better understand the city and its history. The Alcazar is definitely worth a visit.