World Heritage Site
The old town of Segovia, the Cathedral, its Romanesque churches, the aqueduct, the walls… All UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1985.
Known as the Lady of Cathedrals for its elegance and size, it was built between the 16th and 18th centuries, making it one of the later Gothic cathedrals in Spain and Europe.
Splendor Fidei Museum
Visit the main rooms of the Episcopal Palace and enjoy its three exhibitions on Segovia's artistic heritage: Ceramics by Daniel Zuloaga, Glass from the factory of La Granja and the Diocesan museum.
Church of Santos Justo y Pastor
Declared a Historic-Artistic Monument in the 1990s, this church with its Romanesque structure is noted for its Romanesque mural paintings, discovered half a century ago during restoration work, and the venerated sculpture of Christ of the Gascons.
Church of San Millán
This splendid church with an almost cathedral-like quality is located in what was once the outskirts of the city. Its 11th century pre-Romanesque tower is in the Mudejar style. It has three façades, one on each side, and two galleries of porticoed arches, so common in Segovia's Romanesque style.
Church of San Martín
Built in the 12th century midway between the cathedral and the Roman aqueduct. This place of worship is of Mozarabic origin. The entrance to the western façade is one of the biggest doors of the Spanish Romanesque.
Church of San Miguel
Here in the primitive Romanesque church of San Miguel, located in the space of the current Plaza Mayor, Isabel of Castile, the Catholic, was proclaimed queen on 13 December 1474. A plaque on the main façade commemorates this important event for the future of our history.