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Guided tour program of the Caja Segovia Foundation

Guided tour program of the Caja Segovia Foundation

From Caja Segovia Foundation and from the hand of Begoña, Mª Cruz and Rebeca, Segovian official guides, they propose us to see, discover and enjoy our city with the tours:

Rise and Decline of Segovia in the XNUMXth Century:
• Thursdays (18.30pm) and Sundays (11.00am).
"Real" and Legend Stories:
• Tuesday (18.30pm), Friday (19.00pm) and Saturday (11.00am)
* Recommended for all audiences
Women in the History of Segovia:
• Monday (19:00 p.m.)

Details:
Duration of the tours: 2 hours.
Groups: minimum 6 - maximum 20 people
Price: € 8 adults / € 4 children between 5 and 16 years (cash payment at the beginning of the visit).
COVID Note: in compliance with the official protocols established to minimize the hygienic-sanitary risks caused by COVID-19 in the development of our activity, the use of a mask will be mandatory for all attendees. Disposable headphones will be supplied for the follow-up of the visit, guaranteeing the safety distance.
Reservations:
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Begoña Horcajo - 636444892
Mª Cruz Benito Merino - 636842896
Rebeca Martín Nieto– 629306951

Rise and Decline of Segovia in the XNUMXth Century
On this route we will discover from the Barrio de los Caballeros, its nobles, hidalgos and large houses, passing by its humanist intellectuals, to the decline marked by the political, social, economic and religious differences that immersed us in the Community War.
Days and times: Thursdays (18.30pm) and Sundays (11.00am).
Meeting point: Diablillo statue 10 minutes before the start of the visit.

"Real" and Legend Stories
A fresh and fun way to walk around Segovia discovering the founders who made the city you know today; secrets of our kings and queens, their hobbies, quirks and funny anecdotes.
Recommended to ALL KINDS OF PUBLIC.
Days and times: Tuesday (18.30pm), Friday (19.00pm) and Saturday (11.00am).
Meeting point: cross next to the Aqueduct

Women in the History of Segovia
Do you know who was the first Princess of Asturias? What Castilian lady kept the keys to the city? Or who was the first woman to become a San Quirce Scholar?
We will visit the historic center of the city discovering these and many more curiosities of women who marked the History, not only of Segovia, but also of Spain.
We will stop at places that were relevant in some period of these women's lives and marked their trajectory, such as Isabel La Católica, Beatriz de Bobadilla, Sta Teresa de Jesús, Guiomar and Elvira Sastre, among others.
Days and times: Monday (19:00 p.m.).
Meeting point: Diablillo statue 10 minutes before the start of the visit.

Source: Segoviaudaz

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