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Plaza del Azoguejo, Segovia, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

For sure one of the best I ve ever seen . Amazing construction in perfect conditions . Huge and impressive .

Thank Jan L
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Absolutely stunning view of a nearly 2000 year old Roman aqueduct. Hard to believe you can touch it and that it was operational only 60 years ago. One of three essential stops in Segovia. Climb the stairs at the high end to get an overhead...More

Thank Matt J
Reviewed 4 days ago

Many people just take photos of the fabulous feat of brilliance from the city center, but we walked to the point where the aqueduct went underground and loved seeing it get smaller and smaller. Facing the aqueduct with Burger King and McDonald's (the OTHER) arches,...More

Thank fiftystatesevenconts
Reviewed 5 days ago

Wonderfully built Aqueduct is the first thing you see as soon as you arrive in Segovia. Structurally marvel. We took a train from Madrid to reach here 30 min ride and another 15 min to reach city centre. Nice place to spend time, relax and...More

Thank Rahul C
Reviewed 6 days ago

this is an engineering marvel. Pictures don’t do it justice. I was so impressed with Segovia from the moment I saw the acqueducts entering the city to meandering through the narrow roads leading to the palace....what a beautiful place!

Thank pags-21
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This aqueduct is one of the ancient marvels of the world and it is quite moving to see it up close! No concrete was used to bond the blocks together and it is still standing perfectly to this day. Make sure to climb the steps...More

Thank CMG3000
Reviewed 1 week ago

When you go to Segovia, you need to see this wonderful place since the Romans, preatty amazing and beautiful construction.

Thank Daleman71
Reviewed 1 week ago

Impressive structure that meets the test of time and is integrated with the architecture of the beautiful, underrated, city of Segovia

Thank js0rel
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Roman aqueduct is a little mind-blowing! The fact that it has stood in such incredible condition for around 2000 years is one thing; it’s also amazing when you consider the feat of engineering that brought water to the city all those years ago. Wow!!

Thank CrossyCross
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Absolutely breathtaking! Standing for centuries without cement or mortar...how did they do it? You have to see this aqueduct!

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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.