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Things to do in Segovia
Festivals, cinemas and theaters
Segovia plays host to a wide variety of festivals throughout the year. These include the Hay Festival, a literary festival of Welsh origin which brings together musicians, writers, filmmakers and other international artists. Segovia is also host to the Titirimundi International Puppet Theatre Festival and the Segovia European Film Festival.
For further information about cultural activities in Segovia, visit the Segovia Tourist Information website.
Segovia has a large student population with a great social scene and a vibrant nightlife. The heart of Segovia’s nightlife is the Plaza Mayor which is lined with bars, restaurants and cafés. Some of the city's liveliest night spots are the Plaza del Azoguejo, Calle del Carmen, and Calle Infanta, which are all popular student meeting points.
Clubs and bars usually stay open until 2.00am or 3.00am, with a wide variety of places to go, ranging from live concerts to night clubs specializing in house and electronic music.
For further information about Segovia’s nightlife, visit the Segovia Tourist Information website.
Segovia has a variety of shops from well-known international brands to small boutiques. There are also craft shops in the Plaza Mayor and the streets that run down to the aqueduct.
There is a art and craft market in the old town every Thursday and on bank holidays.
For further information about shopping in Segovia, visit the Segovia Tourist Information website.
Things To Do in Madrid
Madrid offers top-rate entertainment and a vibrant nightlife which is difficult to beat. Madrid's nightlife has everything you could wish for from modern bars with views across the city to large nightclubs which stay open until dawn. In the summer, the outdoor cafés and bars flourish and visitors can relax and enjoy the long warm days.
Madrid is also the epicenter of Spain’s recent culinary revolution and is the perfect place to sample both traditional and contemporary cuisine.
But there's much more to Madrid than its nightlife or food. It plays host to numerous leisure and sporting activities including the football stadiums of the city's two main teams, Real Madrid and Atletico de Madrid. There are numerous parks dotted around the city which are perfect for sports or getting some respite from the summer heat, such as the Buen Retiro Park in the heart of the city which is famous for its wide avenues and stunning lake.
Madrid is overflowing with art and culture, from the historical Plaza Mayor to the world famous Prado Museum.
Works of art by some of the most famous artists in the world, such as Goya, Velazquez and Picasso, are to be found in the city's three main museums: the Prado, the Reina Sophia and the Thyssen Bornemisza museums. The city's other smaller galleries and museums feature traditional art, sculptures and contemporary design. There are also numerous palaces and historical buildings from different periods which make Madrid one of the most beautiful capital cities in Europe.
In addition, music and dance also have their place throughout the city. Take a walk along the Gran Via for numerous theater performances, musicals and shows.
Madrid plays host to different cultural activities throughout the year which give it an added advantage over other cities. For example, the Madrid Book Fair, held in the Buen Retiro Park, is a magnificent event for book lovers. Madrid has also adopted events from other cities and made them its own, such as the Noche en Blanco (White Night) in which the doors of museums, cultural centers, theaters, etc. are open free to the public until the early hours of the morning, creating an atmosphere that only a city like Madrid can offer.
Madrid is one of the world's major cultural venues with this thriving combination of art, music, theater, design and events.
Student Opinionsver más
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.