Segovia, Spain


In September, I traveled to the walled city of Segovia, Spain - a UNESCO Heritage site. Its main features include a Roman aqueduct, built in 50 BC, and the Alcazar, a stunning castle built in the 11th century. I love the ancient feel of the city, as well as its narrow cobblestone streets and small but beautiful Plaza Mayor, where I enjoyed an iconic afternoon with tapas and a crisp glass of Rueda. Later, there was a demonstration in support of Spain’s government, in response to the vote for Catalonian independence in Barcelona later that weekend. 

Written by Luann Edwards, Marketing Strategist

Photography by Luann Edwards, Marketing Strategist