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Segovia Aqueduct

Plaza del Azoguejo, Segovia, Spain
+34 921 42 59 11
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Plaza del Azoguejo, Segovia, Spain
+34 921 42 59 11
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Reviewed yesterday

An impressive structure that still functions since Roman times. A great background to the narrow streets of the interesting little town. Segovia was well worth an afternoon of exploration.

Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Beautiful views of Segovia from the 50 A.D. Roman Aqueduct. Our guide showed us where the water came from in the sierra and how it was filtered through the ingenious system built so long ago. Well worth the visit from an historical and visionary perspective.

Thank Chiquis926
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is an impressive example of Roman Engineering. It is easily accessible in the historic city. There is a nearby underground parking garage. From street level it is imposing. Inside the tourist office, which is just on the city side of the aqueduct, the gave...More

Thank L9393NIrobertm
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Interesting but not a wow. Have seen other aqueducts so probably would have been more interesting if this was the first one. But still an engineering feat based on time built.

Thank golferbear
Reviewed 6 days ago

This magnificent structure is breathtaking. Words simply can not express the magnitude of the engineering the went into the building and craftsmanship of this massive structure. It is definitely a must see.

1  Thank jmartin01
Reviewed 6 days ago

It would be difficult to say something that hasn't already been said here. Just go and make it but a part of your day in Segovia. Be sure to walk up the hill and get some stunning vistas, photos and selfies from the top edges!

Thank Don F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I've seen photos before, but nothing compares to seeing it in person. An wonderful structure, amazing that it has survived two millenia.

1  Thank NNInglis
Reviewed 1 week ago

The city is wonderful and there are a lot of restaurants. The aqueduct is amazing. We spent the day, but it could be more.

1  Thank Jose Roberto M
Reviewed 1 week ago

What is so good about this attraction is that you can walk from a small aqueduct channel almost at ground level, close to the bull ring, then follow it as the ground falls away the channel rises first on a wall, then single arches and...More

2  Thank Alan C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Apparently they spent a billion peseta previously to ‘renovate’ the structure so that it would stand for another thousand years.

Thank ringare
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14 February 2017|
Response from carolynred8 | Reviewed this property |
Yes right next to the aqueduct, it's an old fashion bar, dark wood outside. The plus is if you go in a glass of wine and tapas €1.50 plus wifi. If you have the aqueduct behind you and your looking up streets where all the... More
30 January 2017|
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Response from Igu1981 | Reviewed this property |
Not very difficult, I will recomend you park in the road that ends up in the aqueduct but most of the places are pay and display. If you are going to stay for the whole day, just look for a private car park, there aren't... More
Vivek S
8 June 2016|
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Response from Stags262 | Reviewed this property |
Take the metro to the bus station at Moncloa . You can get tickets to Segovia on the bottom floor of the bus station. Look for sepulvedana bus name. The trip is about a little over an hour from the bus station.