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Our tour guide gave us a most enlightening historical account relating to this interesting area of the city and our entire party were enthralled with the entire visit.
It also gave us hope that we can all live happily side by side irrespective of one's...More
There was a period of time with Spain was very tolerant of other religions. And this quarter with its narrow old streets dates from that time. It is like living history. Extremely nice and easy to feel like you went back in time.
Warning. The location on Trip Advisor is not accurate. Go up hill from where it’s marked. If you zoom in on the map you can actually see the name of the street “Calle de la Juderia Vieja”. We looked for awhile until we found it
Wandering around the Jewish Quarter was enjoyable, even though almost all of the shops were closed on a Sunday. It was interesting to see some of the neighborhood streets marked by brass Hebrew letters embedded into the pavement.
As pescatarians we found it quite difficult to find vegetarian food during our time in Segovia. although we like seafood we were tired of it every night. We noticed la Juderia restaurant while walking through the Jewish quarter and were delighted to see a menu...More
The Jewish district is well marked on the maps of Segovia and well sign posted within the city. Its main sites are the Iglesia del Corpus Christi, a former synagogue converted into a catholic church, and a small museum, but it is also fascinating to...More
This area, located just off of the Plaza Mayor, is easily viewed and is good to wander in. We wish we had gotten more information at the Tourist Information office, as we may have been able to better appreciate what we were seeing.