Taking A Train To Segovia, Spain

My friends in Spain have been asking me when I will be visiting that country again. I told them, if I have the budget I will probably visit them again in Madrid. I had a wonderful three weeks  stay last March 2012 in Spain. Despite of a bad experience, I am still loving it.

The Roman Aqueduct  of Segovia. © www.countrysidetrip.com

The Roman Aqueduct of Segovia.
© www.countrysidetrip.com

One of the cities I visited during  my   sidetrips from Madrid   was Segovia. I took the train from Chamartin station in Madrid   boarding the AVE (high speed train) to Segovia. I guess I paid around 30.00 Euros for the return ticket. There are a lot of  plastic bins used for  trash you can inside the train. With that 30 minutes journey, I never found it boring because I love to look outside  the window  for some sightseeing.

One of the sights I experience in Segovia is its famous Roman  aqueduct.   It  was built by the Romans around the late 1st Century AD to supply water to the roman military fort on the hill. The Aqueduct’s highest point is 28 meters in Azoguejo Square.

I have here an image how this aqueduct look like.


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