Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Segovia, Spain

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Hotels in Segovia

"Hotel or Museum? At the heart of Segovia city centre, next to the 'Acueducto Romano' is opening San Antonio el Real Hotel. Merging Tradition and Vanguard style the hotel represents an … More

Hotel AR Los Arcos

Free Breakfast
"…-Cafeteria La Taberna -Restaurant La Cocina de Segovia -7 meeting and banquet rooms -Audiovisual equipment rental - ADSL or WIFI access in meeting rooms -Bellboy service -Parking with … More

Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Segovia, Spain

There are no hostels in Segovia listed. We list for you other cheap places to stay in Segovia, Spain.

Get to know Segovia (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Segovia.

Segovia, a gorgeous medieval town just fifty miles from Madrid, is a small, compact town where it is easy to walk around. The sites -- including the aqueduct you can walk up to, the cathedral, and the castle that partly inspired Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World -- are astonishing. All three of these sites are worth visiting!

In terms of accommodation, the pickings somewhat are slim, but all seem to have great ratings (so you can't really lose). There is at least one Segovia hostel near the aqueduct; don't confuse "hostal" in Spanish (a family run cheap hotel with dorms, without the same social environment as a hostel) for a hostel ("albergue" in Spanish).

There are loads of little shops where you can buy souvenirs (some even engrave items). Additionally, there are gypsies in the square by the aqueduct who sell items like lace and gorgeous shawls; however, be careful when approaching them. If you desire to purchase items from them, before you approach, pull out the amount of cash you wish to pay for an item, and then negotiate; don't have a handful of cash or pull out the money after negotiation, as this may lead to robbery.

All types of food can be found here; however, if you enjoy spaghetti, do not order it (in Spain, they like ketchup rather than red gravy/sauce on their spaghetti). Some of the restaurants tend to be more pricey in the center (as with any city), so check prices before you sit down.

Overall, this is a very safe, nice, gorgeous town not to be missed whether it be for a stop of a day or two.

Written by local enthusiast for Segovia hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Segovia hostels Kari

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El Molar (51 Km / 32 mi.)
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Travel Tips for Segovia - from the Community

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