Located at the foot of the Sierra de Guadarrama and about 100 km away from the capital of Spain, the city of Segovia is one of the World Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO in 1985.

Admiring its splendid Roman aqueduct, built during the 2nd century A.D. and perfectly preserved, or tasting the world-renowned cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) are some of the attractions of this city, one of the favorite destinations among both national and foreign visitors, particularly those who decide to stay in Madrid, not very far away.

While we wander around the streets of Segovia and immerse ourselves in its history, we can come across a number of characters, like Juan Bravo; Isabel I de Castilla, the Catholic, proclaimed Queen in this city; or Antonio Machado, among others.

Apart from the aqueduct, we certainly can´t miss the Cathedral and the Alcázar.