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From beginning to end a great hike. Just a tad hidden as you exit the city but well worth the effort. Views of cork and eucalyptus, of olive groves and vineyards, of monasteries, and all at no cost and essentially a private tour (we saw...More
The aqueduct built to supply the town with water in the 16th century still terminates in the northern sector of the walled town. Unusually, the arches of the aqueduct have been filled over the years with vernacular buildings and the vertical space for each cottage...More
The aqueduct is a must see and it is interesting to see how the locals have used the space to build houses and stores. We drove around the city to see the aqueduct. Feel free to skip if you have seen the aqueduct in Segovia...More
Inside the city wall the aqueduct has been incorporated into the fabric of neighbourhoods to the point where homes and businesses have been built under its arches. Outside the walls the aqueduct runs for kilometres.