A city as rich as Segovia in culture, monuments, nature ... needs to be observed from its multiple angles, often unknown to those who come from outside. Join us and we will present a route for you to meet them from all points of view. Do not you feel like it?

The View from the South

If you want to have a view of the South side, you will have to climb up to the Altos de la Piedad along the road to Ávila and, at the height of the General Hospital, we turn off to the right towards the school of the Marist Brothers. There, we find an esplanade where the small Ermita de la Piedad rises, from where we can see the city of Segovia completely golden in the light of the sunset. It is an area that is worth walking, if you follow the trails that run through the Pinarillo, you can see the rock tombs of the Jewish Cemetery.

The Alcazar and the Walled City

From the meadow of La Fuencisla or San Marcos, we enjoy the foreshortened view of the Alcázar, which transports us to a story world.

Going up to Zamarramala, we contemplate the walled city by its northern slope, being in the mornings when it offers its best light.

The Full Panorama

If what you want is to get a global vision you should go to the Terminillo Viewpoint, located at the foot of the Parador de Turismo, since it is recommended to watch the sunsets watching as the city is lit little by little, preparing for the night.

This is our proposal, now it's your turn.

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