Staying in Segovia: Useful tips & links

Segovia, Spain (120) - Calle del Socorro

Staying in Segovia: Useful tips & links


We were lucky with finding a CouchSurfing host while in Segovia, although if you’re not that fortunate, here are the cheapest accommodations options available in the town:

View of the Alcazar castle, taken from inner courtyard - Segovia, Spain (102) - Staying in Segovia: Useful tips & links

Search for Segovia’s cheapest accommodation (hostels, airbnb, home-stays etc.).

Duermevela Hostel (Calle de los Gascos, 7) is located close to the Aqueduct and comes highly recommended. The sleeping options are a 4 bed mixed dorm (18.50 €) or double bed private (19 €) and there is a common room, WiFi and lockers. Breakfast is not included.

Complejo Hostelero Venta Magullo (Carretera Soria-Plasencia, Kilometro 189) is located a short walk from the town and includes an on-site bar / restaurant / cafe. Prices can vary dramatically depending on the season and day with  a bed in 3 bed private room (16 – 25€) the cheapest option.

Residencia Juvenil Emperador Teodosio (Paseo Conde Sepúlveda, 4) is Segovia’s youth hostel but is only in operation  1st July – 15th September. Prices vary but are guaranteed to be among the cheapest in town.

Camping El Acueducto (Avda. D. Juan de Borbon, 49) is open in the summer only but is by far the cheapest accommodation in town. It is located about 3 km to the south east of the old town and contains a supermarket and bar/cafe. 1 Adult costs 6 €, 1 tent 6 € and a car costs 9 €

Going out

Meson La Oficina Restaurant on Calle Cronista Lecea - Segovia, Spain (22) - Staying in Segovia: Useful tips & links

The centre of Segovia’s nightlife is Calle de la Infanta Isabel, known by the locals as “Calle de los Bares” (bar street). It’s particularly busy between Thursday and Saturday night and it’s a perfect place if you want to try some of the local tapas, have a few glasses of wine or beer and soak up the night-time atmosphere of students filling the streets.

Another nightlife area, where you can find some bars and discos, is around Calle de los Escuderos and Calle de Carmen (near the Aqueduct). The night doesn’t start here earlier than 10 p.m. but head there only at the weekend, otherwise it’s dead.

Things to try and buy

Calle del Socorro - Segovia, Spain (120) - Staying in Segovia: Useful tips & links

Segovian cuisine is a hearty, heavy affair. It is most famous for its cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) but other local specialities include lechazo asado (roast lamb) and judiones con verduras (beans with vegetables). Locally cured queso de oveja (sheep’s cheese) and jamón serrano (serrano ham) are also highly recommended. To drink, the red wine Ribera del Duero is the tipple of choice.

For those looking for a unique souvenir idea, a collectable coin from the world’s oldest functioning mint, which resides in Segovia, might be a little different.


Here a few places that offer WiFi connections:

written by: Jon


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