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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Segovia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for the Roman aqueduct. It ws built more than 2,000 years ago. It is a two-tiered structure that was originally 10 miles long with 118 arches. It is Europe's largest and best preserved aqueduct. You can also...More

Thank Judi L
Reviewed 24 May 2018

This bridge spans the river Manzanares near the Parque de Atenas and connects Calle de Segovia with Paseo de Extremadura. It dates to 1580, has nine arches, is the oldest bridge in Madrid, and because of its historic significance was declared Bien de Interés Cultural...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Segovia, Spain a must experience as part of visiting Spain. The castle, moat, buildings are amazing to experience from many aspects I.e. designing, engineering, workmanship all from a period where no machinery, computers, metal bolts, beams, etc. A definite WOW!

Thank Eric L
Reviewed 2 March 2018

For history lovers, this old structure dating from the 1500's is worth it. Amazing to see how craftsman ship and engineering was so prevalent a long time ago. Stop here.

Thank coachee1313
Reviewed 30 October 2017

This bridge gives you some nice views to take some photos but with it being slightly out of the main centre, I wouldn't go out of my way to visit it if I were short of time. Unfortunately, the best looking views of the bridge...More

Thank jordanellie41
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Madrid has limited sight seeing . Segovia is a place that can give you the opportunity to explore Spain from another angle !!! Walk around and see !!!

Thank n0tis
Reviewed 21 July 2016

This is a World Heritage site. Fascinating for history lovers. My children found it interesting as the studied about these aqueducts in school. Now they have seen one.

Thank Family C
Reviewed 28 November 2015

Puente de Segovia, (bridge of Segovia), is the oldest bridge in Madrid dating back to the late 1500’s. It crosses over the Manzanares River and it was a nice walk along the banks, through the parklands around the bridge itself. You can take some nice...More

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Reviewed 11 November 2015

It is not a top attraction in Madrid but if you have time and you are fond of bridges, you should go there.The bridge is beautiful and the surroundings , too. Not far from the Royal Palace. You can go there from Sol by bus...More

Reviewed 7 October 2015 via mobile

It's just an old bridge. What to expect from an old bridge. The view is nice. A couple of fountains. But again: it's just an old bridge.

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