Hotel Infanta Isabel

In front of the Cathedral

Hotel Infanta Isabel is located in the heart of Segovia’s Plaza Mayor, in the historical area of the Old Town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and home to the famous Gothic cathedral. Surrounded by traditional shops, bars and restaurants and a short walk to the main monuments in the city, the hotel is located in a pedestrianised area that allows access to cars up to the door. For your convenience, our clients can enjoy a private parking and valet service for 14 euros/day (VAT incl.) if you book on our official website.

Address: Plaza Mayor, 12 , 40001, Segovia, Spain

  • 40.94996317º40º 56' 59.867412" N
  • -4.123869538º-4º 7' 25.9303368" W

Easy access, excellent transport connections

  • Madrid Airport – 54 miles

    There is an airport transfer service available. Please ask us for more details.

  • Segovia AVE station – 3 miles

    Linked with the city centre by bus (lines 11 & 12)

  • Segovia Bus Station – 850 yds.

  • Parking available at the hotel

    Get your discount by booking here!

Hotel Infanta Isabel

Segovia Cathedral

Segovia Cathedral was built in the heart of Plaza Mayor between the Sixteenth and Eighteenth centuries. Of Late Gothic style, it also has some Renaissance features and is known as “The Lady of Cathedrals” due to its size and elegance.

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Real Sitio de La Granja

Real Sitio de La Granja is a town located on the northern side of the Guadarrama Mountains, a place highly recommended for nature and hiking lovers. There, you can visit the stunning Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso, with its beautiful gardens and fountains; and the Royal Glass Factory.

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The City Walls

The city walls of Segovia surround the Old Town for more than 2 miles, starting and ending at the Alcázar. Today, you can visit 3 out of the 7 original gates: Santiago and San Cebrián on the northern side and San Andrés on the southern side.

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Alcázar

Initially built as a fortress on the top of a hill where the rivers Eresma and Clamores came together, the Alcázar has been used as a royal palace, a prison, an artillery centre and a military academy. Due to its unique shape as a ship’s bow, it is one of Europe’s most singular castles, currently home to a museum.

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Roman Aqueduct

Built towards the Second century AD, it is Spain’s most important Roman civil engineering work. Built with granite ashlars placed without mortar between them, the aqueduct conducts the water from the Fuenfría spring to the city of Segovia for approximately 11 miles.