More information about trains Segovia
In the autonomous community of Castilla y León we find Segovia, located at the foot of the Sierra de Guadarrama and near Madrid and Valladolid. Its climate is characterized by having very cold winters and very hot summers.
Segovia has got two train stations, Estación de Segovia inaugurated in 1982, already catalogued as a Cultural Interest. In the Paseo Campos de Castilla we find the second station, called Estación Segovia-Guiomar, inaugurated in 2007 and which serves the Madrid-Segovia-Valladolid high-speed line. On our search engine you can find train tickets to Segovia from just 104,20 €. The Segovia station has high-speed trains available AVE Segovia
The first train that enters Segovia does at 6:58 h coming from La Coruña, whereas the last train of the day arrives at the station at 22:23 h from Medina Del Campo.
Undoubtedly, one of the obligatory stops in Segovia has to be done to contemplate the majesty of its Aqueduct located in the Plaza del Azoguejo and work of the Romans to transport water from the Sierra de Guadarrama to the centre of the city. In 1985 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, as well as the old town of Segovia, its old town that houses a multitude of historical buildings, both civil and religious and different cultures that have been going through history around the city.
The cheapest rail route to visit the city is the one that goes from Medina Del Campo to Segovia, in which for 4,90 € we can travel on a train of the AV City type and we can arrive at the station in Segovia at 8:07 h. The least accessible route by train is the one that links Sagunto with Segovia, in this route the less cheap tickets cost 104,20 € travelling on a train of the Alvia type that leaves us at the station at 12:24 h.
It is cheaper to travel to Segovia during the time slot in the mañana because tickets in this time slot are usually cheaper than if you travel in the mañana.
Although you live in Ferrol and you have 442.3 Km of travel ahead, it is worth to visit Segovia. Its old town or old centre contains many treasures that are worth seeing at least once in your life. A clear example would be El Alcázar de Segovia, a former royal palace located at the top of a rock, which was one of the favourite residences of the Kings of Castile. The Cathedral of Santa María or Cathedral of Segovia is another good example, the last Gothic cathedral built in Spain, is known as "La Dama de las Catedrales" (the Lady of the Cathedrals).
The route Madrid - Segovia is the busiest of those who finish their trip in the station of Segovia. In our train ticket search engine you will find trips from 5,15 € if you travel on a train of the tipoTrenPrecioMinimoRutaMasTransitada type in which the route will last 1 hour 59 minutes, reaching the station in Segovia at 20:14 h. If you prefer to travel on a train of the Alvia type that travels the 67 Km that separate Madrid from Segovia, the train ticket will cost you 29,60 € at most and it takes 33 minutes to arrive at your destination.
Walk through the medieval streets of La Judería, the Jewish quarter of the city where you can admire the Major Synagogue, the Puerta de San Andrés or the Jewish Cemetery, located next to the left side of the Clamores River.
Enjoy the typical gastronomy of Segovia in which apart from the typical dishes like the beans, the suckling pig or the lamb you will be able to taste a great variety of gastronomic specialities that will surprise you. Book now your train ticket to Segovia from 4,90 € and discover all the secrets it has to offer.