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After being a military trading centre under the Roman Empire, Segovia lived its golden age during the Middle Ages, when it became the place of residence of the court of the Trastámaras and an important centre for cattlebreeding and textiles. This period was responsible for the construction of a large number of Romanesque buildings, a wealth of heritage that is still conserved today.
Inside the city are important medieval and Renaissance buildings, such as the Casa de los Picos, the Corn Exchange or the Tower of los Lozoya.

On our way to the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral, called "the grand lady of cathedrals", don't miss the Medina del Campo square, the church of San Martín, where Mozarab, Romanesque and Mudejar elements are spread around the series of arches and capitals. The old Segovian Jewish quarter must have been in an area near the city walls since the Convent of Corpus Christi is built over a former synagogue. San Miguel, incidentally, was the place chosen for the coronation of Isabel the Catholic Monarch as the Queen of Castile.

The Alcazar, Segovia, Castilla-Y Leon, Spain
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A short distance away from the arcaded Plaza Mayor we find one of the last gothic buildings to be constructed in Spain, the Cathedral. Started in the XVI century in flamboyant Gothic, in its execution are some pieces of the old cathedral such as a gothic Hispano Flemish cloister, the choirstalls and the main façade. More recent additions are the San Frutos gate, the apse, the high reredos (a work by Sabatini in the baroque style) and the Neoclassic retrochoir by Ventura Rodríguez. In the side chapels we can observe sculptures by Juan de Juni and Gregorio Hernández. These names belong to some of the greatest craftsmen of the Spanish baroque and neoclassic periods. The Cathedral Museum also offers us a large collection of religious art from various periods of history.

The los Caballeros quarter is also inside the city. Here you can find luxurious large houses and palaces belonging to noble families such as the palaces of Floresta, Count Cheste or Uceda-Peralta. Numerous Romanesque churches can be found in this quarter, such as the church of San Juan de los Caballeros (which houses the Zuloaga Museum), San Nicolás (now the Municipal Theatre Workshop) or San Esteban, a XIII century building whose tower and atrium are one of the jewels of late Spanish Romanesque. Among the beautiful displays of medieval military architecture, such as the Hércules Tower and the Arias Dávila Tower, is the church of la Trinidad, one of the best preserved vestiges of Romanesque in the city.
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At one end of this walled enclosure is the profile of the Alcazar fortress behind the Queen Victoria Eugenia gardens (this is where the old cathedral was located). On the outside is the impressive group formed by an 80 metre high tower with twelve more smaller towers, and a moat for defence. Several courtyards, halls and rooms can be visited, and you can even go up to the top of the crenellated tower and admire the Segovian landscape.

Any point in the province is a good place to try Segovian cusine. La Granja broad beans, Castilian soup (made from garlic and bread) and roast lamb and suckling pig, are added to calderetas (meat stews) and game dishes. Cantimpalo spicy sausage is well known as is ponche Segovian (a typical cake). Designation of Origin wines from the Ribera del Duero will accompany these delicious dishes.

The restaurant at the Parador in Segovia offers us a wide menu from which we can try some of these dishes, prepared in a wood oven. Its modern facilites offer us one of the best views in the city.

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AC Palacio de Santa Ana, Valladolid
The AC Palacio de Santa Ana is a palatial 18th century monastery building set on the banks of the River Pisuerga, only 500 metres from Cervantes' house.  The hotel has a lounge bar housed in the cloister, which boasts a large crystal-domed roof. Next to the monastery cloisters, with river views from its garden, the Los Jeronimos restaurant serves contemporary Castilian cuisine and a range of fine Spanish wines.  Guests can take a dip in the hotel's indoor pool, enjoy a relaxing sauna or Turkish bath, and work out at the modern fitness room.  It has 102 air-conditioned guestrooms over three floors, all decorated in light tones with minimalist-style furnishings and wooden flooring.
Meliá Recoletos Boutique Hotel, Valladolid
The new-built Meliá Recoletos Boutique Hotel is situated in one of the most emblematic manor houses of the "Recoletos-Row", located in the historical city center of Valladolid - the heart of Castilla León, cradle of Kings and famous Spanish writers. The hotel offers an extensive breakfast buffet, a la carte Restaurant La Miranda de Recoletos, serving Mediterranean specialities and a fine wine list, covered patio/terrace of 700 m², multipurpose, just ideal for sitting outside until late and having a drink, bar inglés La Fontana.  76 Double rooms and 4 Junior Suites - including 15 charming loft rooms on the top floor, completely soundproofed and featuring a classical, warm and elegant decoration.
Novotel Valladolid, Valladolid
The Novotel Valladolid is located in Valladolid, Spain, 50 metres from the Science Museum and 1.5 kilometres from the town's central square, train station, and Plaza Mayor.  Situated in the business and commercial area of Valladolid, the Novotel Valladolid is a five-storey property designed in a contemporary style.  The hotel overlooks an outdoor swimming pool and sun terrace, and offers the use of a solarium during the summer months. The Claravia Restaurant serves lunch and dinner in a contemporary, minimalist setting. Bar del Autor serves drinks and snacks until 1 a.m. An onsite wine shop sells a selection of Spanish wines.  The Novotel Valladolid offers a colourful games room for kids, complete with a slide, video games, and a play kitchen.
Silken Juan de Austria, Valladolid
The Hotel Silken Juan de Austria is a modern property with glass façade and panoramic lifts with views over the surrounding area; it is located 800 metres from the main square in the commercial and financial district of Valladolid. In the Juan de Austria Restaurant Mediterranean specialities and wines are served in a relaxed ambiance with warm colours and design furnishings. The Cafeteria Juan de Austria Spanish offers tapas and aperitifs served in an informal modern setting with a burgundy and gold decor.  Air-conditioned guestrooms feature a modern decor with warm tones and dark wood furnishings. All 87 rooms have cable television, direct-dial phones, hair dryers and minibars.
Vincci Frontaura Hotel & Spa, Valladolid
The Vincci Frontaura Hotel and Spa is located in Valladolid, Spain, 2.5 kilometres from the central square and city centre and within three kilometres of numerous churches and museums. The hotel is three kilometres from Valladolid bus station. Housed in a contemporary building, the Vincci Frontaura has an air-conditioned lobby and coffee shop. There are indoor and outdoor pools and a poolside bar on site, along with spa services and a sauna. The 96 air-conditioned guestrooms extend to balconies and include satellite television, safes and minibars. The National Museum of Sculpture, three kilometres from the hotel, is housed in the beautiful Saint Gregory College, built in the Isabelline style. 
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Eurostars Plaza Acueducto, Segovia
The Eurostars Plaza Acueducto is a stylish, contemporary hotel occupying a classic honey-coloured Castilian building in Segovia's old town, in front of the famed aqueduct and 500 metres from the historic Cathedral. The hotel is in an excellent position to explore the surrounding area; the 15th-century Casa de los Picos, St Martin's Square, St Lorenzo's Church, and the Cathedral can all be found within 700 metres.  Guests can relax in the stylish, modern ambience of the air-conditioned public areas, enjoy a drink or snack from the café-bar, use wireless Internet connections, and work out on the fitness equipment. The 72 modern guestrooms, over four floors, feature neutral decor with coloured fabrics in muted shades, parquet flooring and contemporary furnishings.
Hotel San Antonio El Real, Segovia
Hotel San Antonio El Real is located in the historic Spanish city of Segovia, 500 metres from the Roman Aqueduct and one kilometre from the Cathedral.  This two-storey hotel is housed in the cloisters of a former monastery from the 15th century. The air-conditioned public areas have complimentary wireless Internet; laptop and mobile phone rental is available. Cars can be parked securely nearby complimentary and there are laundry facilities.  Hotel San Antonio El Real Cloister Restaurant serves Castilian specialities in a historic setting. Guests wake up to a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning.  Guests enjoy complimentary use of the hotel fitness centre. 
Hotel Puerta de Segovia (2 kms from Segovia)
The Hotel Puerta de Segovia is housed in a modern, four-storey building sited two kilometres from the historic centre of Segovia. On sunny days, guests can enjoy a dip in the outdoor pool. In the evenings, guest can enjoy a range of Mediterranean and international dishes in the Puerto de Segovia Restaurant.  Complimentary newspapers are provided in the lobby and public Internet access is available for a charge. Multilingual staff at the front desk can exchange currency and store valuables in the safe-deposit box. Other practical amenities include shoe-shine and dry-cleaning services and laundry facilities.  The 205 guestrooms have neutral decor and functional furnishings including desks.
Parador de Segovia, Segovia
Parador de Segovia Modern, welcoming and surprising, this Parador rises up in one of the most monumental cities of Spain, declared a World Heritage Site. From it can be seen the best panoramic view of Segovia. It is moreover an ideal setting to approach the numerous natural spaces of the province.  The bedrooms of the Parador are spacious and comfortable, and enjoy splendid views of the city, as does the dining room and the outdoor swimming pool.  The very spacious lobby displays modern paintings and design elements, in clear contrast to the simple, circular lines which frame the heated swimming pool. The splendid conference centre stands out, with several living rooms and congress rooms, and the dining room, an extensive display of regional products: 'judiones de La Granja' (beans), Castilian soup and roast lamb or suckling pig in a wood-fired oven.
Sercotel Infanta Isabel, Segovia
The Sercotel Infanta Isabel is located in Segovia, Spain, within 50 metres of the 16th-century cathedral and San Miguel church. The hotel lies five kilometres from Guiomar train station where the high-speed Madrid-Segovia line passes.  Overlooking the town square, this 19th-century building, spread over five storeys, opens to plush interiors with gilt-framed mirrors and floral sofas.  A spa tub can be found on the top floor and there is a lounge bar. Meeting rooms can cater for up to 50 delegates theatre-style, or 65 people for a banquet or cocktail party. Parking is provided for a surcharge.  Restaurant Casares serves regional dishes and tapas in modern surroundings with dark wood furnishings and parquet floors. 
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Parador de Tordesillas Valladolid Province
This ancestral home rises up in the historical Castilian town of Tordesillas, an important crossroads since Roman times, in a place where the green and nature offer the guest the best of the landscape. A beautiful pine grove, with a spacious, well cared-for garden, surrounds the Parador offering the tranquillity, calm and placidity of natural spaces. The Castilian style dominates in the external lines and in the interior, where some of the rooms contain valuable antiques. The tranquillity which reigns throughout the building and in its spectacular blue swimming pool are an invitation to rest and to peaceful walks. Among its culinary specialities can be highlighted grilled peppers and 'cecina de vaca' (dried beef), 'gallo de corral turresilano' (free range cock), 'bacalao a la fonda' cod with crayfish and 'el manjar de la Vega' (fresh cheese dessert).
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AC Zamora, Zamora
The AC Zamora is a stylish hotel situated next to the university campus and new shopping complex and two kilometres from the 11th century cathedral. At the end of the day, guests can enjoy traditional fare in the restaurant, relax in the sauna, with drinks in the bar or order a light meal from the 24-hour room service menu. Those guests feeling energetic can take advantage of the fully-equipped fitness centre. The front desk has a safe-deposit box for string valuables. The hotel offers wireless internet access for guests wishing to surf the web or catch up with emails. With stylish, contemporary decor and furnishings, guestrooms include air conditioning, complimentary bottled water and toiletries, satellite TV, desks, direct-dial phones, hair dryers and Internet connections.
Meliá Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel, Zamora
The Melia Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel is located in Zamora, Spain. The Easter Museum is 500 metres away, the cathedral is one kilometre away, and the Natural Park Arribes del Duero is at a 60 kilometre distance. Set in the city centre, the Melia Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel occupies a traditional property featuring an ornate, stucco-moulded facade lined with wrought iron.  The hotel opens to a lounge area decorated with rich fabrics and Art Deco-style furnishings and houses a spa area with fitness room, sauna, and spa tub. The concierge is on hand to offer sightseeing assistance, and further amenities include garage parking, room service, and laundry facilities.  The Melia Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel houses the La Boveda restaurant housed in a rustic-style cellar with arched exposed stone walls, and serving regional and international dishes.
Parador de Zamora, Zamora
This palace, built on the site of a former Roman fortress in the middle of the 15th c., rises up in the historical centre of the capital of the province of Zamora and offers the traveller the opportunity to discover all the beauty of the natural, monumental and artistic surroundings of the lands of Zamora. The medieval aroma of the interior, which can be appreciated in armour, noble rugs and attractive four poster beds, is combined with the Renaissance style of its courtyard, glazed wooden gallery and coats of arms. It has a refreshing swimming pool in the well looked-after garden outside. The restaurant menu offers excellent dishes from traditional recipes such as 'bacalao a la tranca' (cod), 'pulpo a la sanabresa' (octopus), 'presas de ternera' (stuffed roast veal), and for dessert, 'rebojo zamorano' (sweet cakes) and 'natillas almendradas' (almond custard).
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Parador de Benavente Zamora Province
The seat of parliament in 1202, this Renaissance style castle was built by order of Fernando II de León and forms part of the former walled enclosure of the town. Practically razed to the ground in 1808 during the Peninsular War, it conserves the monumental Torre del Caracol, where there is a living room with an admirable Mudejar coffered ceiling. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the interior contains classical decorative elements such as rugs, forged lamps, coffered ceilings, wood and Castilian bricks. Its spectacular living rooms are duly equipped to promote their functional value as spaces for social gatherings. The dreamy bedrooms are comfortable, and the restaurant offers the region's gastronomic array: 'arroz a la zamorana' (Zamora-style rice), 'dos y pingada' (fried dish) and the sweet 'rebojo zamorano'.
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Parador de Puebla de Sanabria - Zamora Province
The Parador is located in a privileged place, just 12 km from the marvellous Sanabria lake, the largest in Spain of glacial origin. In the middle of the region of Sanabria, on the border with Portugal, the Parador is ideal for taking in great lovers of travel and nature who approach this enclave to begin hikes and green tourism routes, which please the eye and calm the spirit. With a meticulous and welcoming decoration, the inner rooms offer the quality and warmth necessary to enjoy a pleasant stay. The living room, with a pleasant chimney, and some bedrooms have large windows allowing you to contemplate the much treasured historical and monumental town of Puebla de Sanabria. The restaurant features the exquisite products of Sanabria: 'habones' (large beans), trout and blackberry tart.
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