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A-6 toll motorway. The toll stretch of the motorway starts at Villalba (km 39.5) on the A-6 and ends at Adanero (km 209.1) covering a total of 69.1 km.
It crosses the Guadarrama mountains via three one-way tunnels which head to the north of Spain.
You can also go to Madrid from Segovia via the 27.8km stretch of the AP-61 toll motorway which joins up to the A-6 at San Rafael in the province of Segovia.
You can also go to the nearby city of Avila by motorway. Take the AP-51 at Villacastin and then drive the remaining 24.4km to Avila.
- Soria-Plasencia road: N-110
- Madrid-Corunna (San Rafael) road: N-VI
- San Rafael - Segovia road: N-603
- Valladolid-Segovia-Madrid road (via Navacerrada): CL-601 and M-601.
- Madrid-Irun (Santo Tome del Puerto) road: N-I/E05
For further information, go to IBERPISTAS. Tel.: +34 921 17 28 07
- Tele Ruta: 900 12 35 05
- Traffic Police: 921 42 86 49
- Civil Defense Organization: 921 466200 – Emergency road assistance: 917 421213
To look for the directions in Google Maps, click here.
The national coach network is the easiest and cheapest way to travel to Segovia and to other parts of Spain. The network is run by different private companies which operate their services in a particular area of Spain. There are two companies which run coach services to and from Segovia.
Tel.: +34 921 427 707
La Sepulvedana runs services to Madrid, Avila and Salamanca, as well as to many of the towns and places of interest in the province of Segovia. The Madrid - Segovia coach service runs from the Principe Pio bus station in the south west of the capital and takes an hour and a quarter to reach Segovia.
Tel.: +34 921 427 705
Linecar runs services throughout the province of Segovia and to cities and towns in the provinces of Valladolid and Burgos. The Segovia bus station is located on Paseo Ezequiel Gonzalez, 12 (Tel.: +34 921 436 782). The companies’ schedules are available in the station and there is an information desk for queries about services and schedules.
The national rail system (RENFE) provides numerous services between Segovia and Madrid, as well as services across Spain and abroad.
The high-speed train (AVE) between Madrid and Segovia has recently been completed. The Segovia-Guiomar station is located four kilometers from the city center. There are numerous trains to and from Madrid's central Chamartin station every day. The journey lasts approximately 25 minutes. There are bus and taxi services at the Segovia station which take less than five minutes to reach the center of Segovia and IE University.
For further information about RENFE schedules and stations, call +34 902 240 202 or go to the RENFE website.
Remember to compare train and coach journey times and fares before traveling. The fares are usually about the same price but certain journeys are much shorter depending on the route.
There is a regional train from Segovia to Atocha station in Madrid every day at 05:55 and every two hours between 06:55 and 20:55. The trains from Atocha to Segovia start at 06:02 and run every two hours from 08:01 to 20:01. The journey takes two hours.
Segovia's main train station is located at Calle Obispo Quesada, 1.
The nearest international airport to the city of Segovia is Barajas International Airport in Madrid.
From Barajas to Segovia
Take the line 8 metro from the airport towards Nuevos Ministerios. Change at Nuevos Ministerios to line 10 towards Puerta del Sur and get off at Principe Pio station. The coach station is a 500 meter walk along Paseo de la Florida. The station is on the right of the Florida Norte Hotel. You need to go down some stairs to buy tickets. It's not very well signposted. Remember that the green buses outside the hotel metro stop are NOT what you are looking for.
By high-speed train (AVE)
There are several trains from and to Chamartin station in the center of Madrid every day (see the By train section). Take the line 8 metro towards Nuevos Ministerios from the airport and get off at the Nuevos Ministerios station. Then change to line 10 towards Hospital Infanta Sofia and get off at Chamartin station.
By regional train
Take the line 8 metro towards Nuevos Ministerios from the airport and get off at the Nuevos Ministerios station. Change to line 10 towards Puerta del Sur and get off at Tribunal station. Change again to line 1 towards Valdecarros. Atocha Renfe is the sixth stop. (Remember that the Atocha train station is in Atocha Renfe and not Atocha.) Atocha is Madrid’s main train station. Trains to Segovia leave every hour (see By train above).
From Barajas to Segovia by car
Take the south east exit from the airport and turn left onto the M-11 motorway towards Madrid (Calle Ariadna). Follow the M-11 and take the M-40 exit signposted Zaragoza/A-6. Stay on the A-6 towards A Coruña and then take the AP-61 toll motorway to Segovia.
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Alex WarzechaI feel comfortable in Segovia ......
I have a friend in Salamanca and another in Madrid. Seems like their experience has been good but they haven’t connected with the people as well as I have. It's kind of a smaller city and it’s the size I feel comfortable with.
Cécile HoulèsThere is a lot to do here ......
I was used to living in big cities and I wasn’t sure what it would be like in a small city lie this but I found there is in fact a lot of activity and a lot going on here.
Teymour BenetYou have the peace of living in the country and a small city......
You have the peace of living in the country and a small city, but at the same time you’re 25 minutes away from Madrid.