Segovia’s Medieval Villages Tour Reviews — 1 to 5 of 5

Segovia's famous Roman Aqueduct is in Castilla y León, España. Flickr:Dmitry Dzhus

Segovia’s Medieval Villages

8 days from €970

5 out of 5

Segovia’s Medieval Villages

Moderate Bike Tour in Spain

This stunning bike tour in Spain starts in the medieval city of Segovia. Renowned for its remarkable Aqueduct, this landmark in the city is an impressive feat of civil engineering and continues to be…

5 out of 5

 


Paul B.
2 months ago

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The landscape was fantastic, the villages were beautiful, and we were mainly alone on the roads: very few cars. The hotels were also well chosen.

Paula N.
3 months ago

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The medieval towns of Pedraza and Sepúlveda were wonderful. The Duratón River Gorge and Ermita de San Frutos.

It was great to stay for 2 nights in each hotel. Breakfasts were just continental (i.e. no cooked eggs). For a cycling tour it would be nice to have some more protein!

Wilma C.
3 months ago

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Tour was amazing, cycling was the right distance to enjoy each village. Accommodations were basic and quaint. I would recommend purchasing train tickets from Madrid to Segovia ahead of time, we went to the train station the day of travel and there were not many options and the price was 40 euros, not 11.

Sean McMurray
1 year ago

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My wife and I just finished this beautiful tour of Segovia and the medieval towns nearby. This was our 6th self-guided bike tour in Spain and we loved this tour. The roads in general were quiet and when you did encounter cars the drivers were very considerate and went well over to the side of the road to carefully pass us. We live in California and it's nothing like this in California, an understatement. You start off in Segovia which is a remarkable city with the massive Roman aqueduct dominating the city as you enter. The hotel was nice and we spent an extra day there walking the city and that was well worth the time. The accommodations were all nice with excellent staff. You will find it challenging if you're a vegetarian on this tour. This is land of meat meat and more meat with pork being the dominant meat. One special surprise was the wildlife. Eagles, storks, foxes, massive vultures in the canyons outside of Sepulveda. I grew up a birdwatcher and the rides Read More

Lesley E.
2 years ago

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The accommodations and routes were fabulous. During these strange times, to be able to ride along roads with no other traffic is safe and lovely. The people of the region were very friendly and the sites were amazing. Old Castles/towns and sunflowers were spectacular.