Find first class business hotels in Segovia
Segovia is a historic city located in the Castile and León region of central Spain, north west of the capital Madrid. The city is full of medieval history, as well as rich architecture; including Romanesque churches, the old medieval walls and a Gothic Cathedral. Segovia plays host to a range of restaurants offering local cuisine, perfect for business lunchs and evening dinners. With Madrid just a stone's throw away, hotels in Segovia offer the perfect location to work and relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
What does Segovia offer in the way of activities outside of working hours?
Explore the Old City, with its many palaces and beautiful historic buildings. Visit museums, monasteries and churches, or simply relax in the peaceful plazas and gardens. Head to the Jewish Quarter with its old buildings and synagogues, or take a hot air balloon ride over Segovia and its surroundings, experiencing the town's fascinating architecture from a 1000 feet in the air. Hire a bicycle and tour the streets of Segovia in comfort. There are many clubs and bars to enjoy at night, or you can head to Cine Artesiete Segovia to enjoy a movie.
What business facilities are available to me in Segovia?
The Parador de Segovia offers a convention centre with function rooms suitable for conferences and meetings, with all the necessary technology. Built in 1218, IE University’s Segovia Campus is located outside the city’s walls and offers a range of lecture halls and conference rooms, as well as multimedia studios. The closest airport is the Madrid Barajas International Airport, 97 km from Segovia. The choice of transport to the city includes rental cars, buses and the regular train service.
What should I visit from my hotel in Segovia?
Segovia is famous for its well-preserved Roman aqueduct, which is almost completely intact and looms above the Plaza Azoguejo in the city centre. Visit the Alcázar of Segovia, a fairytale castle hanging over the city. As the castle resembles the bow of a ship, the city is sometimes called “The Stone Ship”. The building houses military archives and a museum. In the Plaza Mayor you'll find the Gothic cathedral, offering views over the city and mountains. Head from your Segovia hotel to the town square - a hub of activity with cafés and boutiques catering to all visitors to the town.