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Plaza del Azoguejo, Segovia, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday

How do they get these stones to hold together with no mortar or clamps?! Climb the stairs to see the aqueduct and hills beyond the town from the wall. Go to the other end of the arches to see it become incorporated into the town.

Thank Shannon C
Reviewed yesterday

I don't know of many surviving Roman constructions that have this impact. It is simple but beautiful, and dominates the landscape of the town. Very much worth seeing, even if you only drive by and pause for a few minutes.

Thank DianeMR
Reviewed 2 days ago

This place has been on my bucket list forever and now I finally get to cross it off. And the visit did not disappoint. The sites were impressive and I recommend everyone to come early if you visit because the crowds and tour buses loaded...More

Thank jazsacher
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've seen plenty of photos of Roman aqueducts, but I'd never seen one in real life. The aqueduct at Segovia is truly amazing, still standing solidly after nearly 2000 years. For something that doesn't move or change in any way, I could look at this...More

Thank Vincent51
Reviewed 4 days ago

Pictures of this aqueduct drew us to Segovia and we were not disappointed. An amazing structure dominating the town.

Thank PeteLucy434
Reviewed 5 days ago

Despite being aware of the Segovia Aqueduct, we really weren't prepared for the wonderful sight. To think it was completed in the second century AD to supply water to Segovia from the river Frio some ten miles away without the tools and machinery of today...More

Thank lovetrav_9
Reviewed 5 days ago

Most amazing aqueduct. Very characteristic town as well. We needed more time so will have to come back.

Thank Garry P
Reviewed 6 days ago

This aqueduct was built by the Romans in the first century AD. There's no mortar and it's probably 50 feet tall. Pretty impressive.

Thank Bill C
Reviewed 6 days ago

We went here on a day trip to Toledo and Segovia. The aqueduct is very very cool to see. We had a guide to explain how it works which was fascinating. I highly recommend seeing this as it is a standing monument to how interesting...More

Thank travelkat2570
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you visit Segovia it would be hard not to at least pass by the aqueduct. It is more impressive in reality, the sheer scale still surprises.

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7 September 2018|
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Response from grapow | Reviewed this property |
From our last trip to Madrid I recall there are numerous coach trips to Segovia which I would imagine is the most cost effective way of getting there. The coaches drop passengers practically under the Aquaduct! It’s a... More
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