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This castle really deserves the nick name little Versailles. Very beautiful and full of history. The garden is fantastic. There is also a big labyrinth that is fun for kids although less enjoyable by adults since it is not well maintained. Free entrance to the...More
Middle July and lots of tourists in Segovia but few 10 miles away in San Ildefonso. It's a beautiful Royal Palace built on n the 18 th century. While very nice and interesting inside ( but not as grand as the Royal Palace in Madrid)...More
A wonderful palace with the most delightful gardens and fountains, An engineering feat of the XVIII Centuy, dams, canals, sculptures of Italian and French baroque artists, devoted to love and the classics. A MUST, refreshing in the morning, wide, and by the mountain, climb up...More
It is a beautiful palace and well worth the trip. It is only about 20 minutes out of Segovia. There is a app that you can download on a tablet or phone rather than getting the audio guide for only $1.99. Get it before you...More
If you go yo Segovia you really must make sure that you visit this palace as not only is it an extraordinary group of buildings in itself but the gardens are quite extraordinary too. Not that we saw the best of them as they were...More
Stopped off at the gardens, Very pleasant to walk around just to get away from the crowds of visitors in Segovia. The gardens were not in its best splendor because of the cold, but the concept remember us a little Versalles.
The village has over 30cm of snow and there is not a snow plough in sight. Its impossible to drive in the area and no parking whatsoever and the council has one tractor from 1950s to clear all the roads in the village.
Lovely gardens and great views from the castle. The displays of armour and weapons in the castle were interesting and informative. The audio guide is a must to appreciate fully the tapestries and displays.
However, the Palace is closed some days during the year, owed to official, national celebrations: 1st and 6th January (Christmas), 23rd January, 25th December (Christmas) and 1at of May (Workers Day). Some official acts and... More
However, the Palace is closed some days during the year, owed to official, national celebrations: 1st and 6th January (Christmas), 23rd January, 25th December (Christmas) and 1at of May (Workers Day). Some official acts and celebrations might unusually stop activities, but this is very infrequent and related to Presidential visits