Loved seeing another old Aquaduct after seeing pont du Gard in France. It is also spectacular and right in the heart of beautiful Segovia with other great sights.
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These served as an impressive welcome to Segovia! They are in really good shape and span most of the old town along the wall of the city. It's amazing how tall these are and how life has adapted around these ancient buildings
We've seen many Roman ruins throughout Europe. ALL of them are impressive. I read this one is about 9 miles long, Good grief! Very accessible with shops and restaurants beneath it.
This provides a wonderful welcome to the old city and serves as a good landmark as I always lose my direction in old cities and at least could keep on asking where the äquaducto"was?!
This was absolutely incredible to see in person. I was really looking forward to it and it was even more impressive than I expected. Incredible engineering.
There is very little more to the experience of seeing the aqueduct from various angles. The square starts off empty in the early morning but fills up with tables, many sellers of cheap products and hundreds of tourists. Go early.
You can't go to Segovia without going to see the aqueduct. It is a beautiful piece of architecture that is left from the Roman era. We recommend following it all the way up to the top of the road where the aqueduct meets the ground....More