This is a fairly small warren of small streets with cafes, and museums tucked away in some very nice buildings. Most of the place is closed on a Monday so try and time your visit for another day.
We had a guided tour, in what is becoming the Seferad Way. Rediscovering Spain's Jews, expelled in 1492, without cause, this shameful act is now the basis of reconciliation and apology. we took a Guided tour, which was excellent.
You can imagine the section in town many centuries ago when there was filled with business people and traders. Today it is just A great place for an evening stroll. It is pretty much fixed up and looks great over everything it's past is missing mostly except for the few beautiful buildings. It is very lovely walking around at night... 更多
This is an amazingly clean and well-preserved Jewish Quarter in Segovia. It is as nice as the ones in Malaga and Sevilla. Pretty and old architecture, and narrow, steep streets give a glimpse into how it must have been to live back then.
We took a private walking tour of the Segovia juderia with Asher B. who is a very knowledgeable and extremely nice member of the Madrid Jewish community. He took time to explain all about the Jewish life in Segovia throughout the different periods of Spanish history and answered all our questions.His passion for the subject is contagious! He also does... 更多
Lot's of examples of ancient building's in the old Jewish quarter. Surprisingly the Muslims actually did a lot of the construction. Jews and Muslims not only living together but working together as well. In some ways the old synagogue which was converted into a convent and is still used as one, resembles a mosque. No jewish people live in the... 更多
Small and not very impressive. There is nothing Jewish about it today. A sad reminder of the expulsion and inquisition, a terrible period in Spanish and Church history.