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Rent a car Segovia

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price trend: 77%

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Rental price trend for vans in Segovia
price trend: 125%

We have detected a notable rise in the rental prices of vans in Segovia.

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From Autofurgo we want you to find the rental car in Segovia that best suits your trip. In an easy and economical way, you can pick up and deliver your vehicle thanks to our extensive system of offices.


Discover Segovia with your rental car

Welcome to Segovia, a small city that you will fall in love with. Its aqueduct is considered the most important work of Roman civil engineering in Spain. Both it and the old city were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. If you do not want to miss anything that this amazing city has to offer, keep reading this practical guide that we have prepared for you from the Autofurgo team.

The city of Segovia, located at the confluence of the rivers Clamores and Eresma, is populated by about 52,000 inhabitants. Its historic center is pedestrianized but you can use your rental car to visit some natural sites in the area that are a short distance from the city. The Guadarrama mountain range or the natural park of the Hoces del Duratón river are two examples.

But if we talk about emblematic enclaves, it is almost an obligation to mention the aqueduct of Segovia. It is thought that this Roman building dates back to the Flavian period, when Vespasian and Trajan were emperors. Its main function was to transport water from the Acebeda River to supply the city.

Although the construction of the aqueduct has played an important role in the history of Segovia, there is much more to tell about the origins of this city. The first settlements in this territory date back more than 60,000 years.

After hosting a Celtiberian castro, the city passed into Visigothic hands. At this time it was named episcopal seat of the Catholic Church. After the Muslims came the period of the reconquest, led by Alfonso VI of Leon and Castile around 1088.

Among the most important tourist attractions of Segovia are its Holy Week and the Feasts of San Lorenzo, San Juan and San Pedro, San Frutos and the Virgen de la Fuencisla.

And you cannot leave Segovia without enjoying its suckling pig or suckling lamb. In addition, the typical gastronomy includes rosquillas, soplillos, florones and ponche segoviano (Segovian punch).

Illustrious personalities of this town are the comedian Eva Hache, the actress Lucía Jiménez, the musician Juan Valdivia and the film director David Pinillos.

Would you like to know more about this incredible city of Castilla y León? At Autofurgo we make it easy for you to book your rental car in the capital of Segovia at a very competitive price, start enjoying the advantages of traveling by road!

Where can I pick up and drop off my rental car in Segovia?

You can pick up and drop off your rental car at the station of Segovia so you can move more easily if you come by train or bus. Enter the Autofurgo search engine and choose the place that best suits your trip.


How to get to Segovia

Segovia has a suburban train station (located on Obispo Quesada street) and a high speed train stop. The Segovia-Guiomar station (located on Paseo Campos de Castilla) links the Castilian capital with Madrid, Santander, Irun and Valladolid. The city also has a large fleet of buses that will allow you to move around most of the Spanish geography.

If you prefer to use your rental car in Segovia you should know the following roads:

  • A-1. Autovía del Norte: Road to Burgos.
  • A-6. Northwest Highway: Road to La Coruña.
  • A-601. Autovía de Pinares: Starts in Valladolid and ends in Segovia.
  • CL-601: Starts in the city of Segovia, passes through La Granja and ends at Puerto de Navacerrada (Madrid).
  • N-110: Joins Soria with Plasencia, bypassing the capital of Segovia.
  • SG-20: Segovia's ring road.

Tolls to take into account when traveling with your rental car in Segovia

In the province of Segovia there are some toll roads. You may come across the AP-6 (Autopista del Noroeste), the AP-61 (Segovia - San Rafael highway) or the AP-51 on your trip through Segovia.

Parking your rental car in Segovia

The city of Segovia has the ORA Service in force, so many parking spaces have been catalogued within the blue or green zone. These parking spaces are payable from Monday to Friday from 9.30h to 14.00h and from 16.30h to 20.00h and on Saturdays in the morning. From Autofurgo we recommend that you do not turn around and leave your rental car in one of the six public parking lots in the city (Parking José Zorrilla, Parking Fernandez Ladreda, Parking Bus Station Parking, Parking Padre Claret, Parking JAS El Ñarra and General Hospital).

Visiting Segovia with your rental car

If you have already reserved your rental car in Segovia, it's time to plan some excursions to enjoy its gastronomy, monuments and architecture. If you do not want to miss anything, follow the Top 10 we have prepared for you.

  1. Aqueduct: The Romans built this marvelous engineering work with 167 granite arches. It is the undisputed symbol of the city.
  2. Alcazar: This royal palace is located between the rivers Eresma and Clamones. It currently houses the General Military Archive of Segovia and the museum of the Royal Artillery College.
  3. Calle Real: The most commercial area of the city. Walking along it you will find the Mirador de la Canaleja and the Casa de los Picos.
  4. Plaza de Medina del Campo: In this charming area stands the church of San Martín, the palace of the Tordesillas, the Torreón de Lozoya, the Casa de Solier and the Casa de Bornos.
  5. Plaza Mayor: In addition to housing the Town Hall and the Church of San Miguel, in this square is the late Gothic Cathedral of Santa María.
  6. Jewish Quarter: Although there were up to five places of worship in this neighborhood, today only the Main Synagogue is preserved, now rebuilt as the Church of Corpus Christi.
  7. Wall: Only 3 kilometers remain standing, although they were used by UNESCO to declare it, along with the Aqueduct and the walled complex, as a World Heritage Site in 1941.
  8. Monastery of San Antonio el Real: Ten nuns still live in this convent that formerly served as a hunting lodge for King Henry IV. Noteworthy are its Mudejar-style ceilings.
  9. Green areas: Enjoy the city walking through the Jardines del Alcázar, the Plaza de la Merced, the Paseo del Salón or the Jardinillos de San Roque.
  10. Museums: The city has, for example, the Museum of Segovia, the Gastronomic Museum, the Museum of the Artillery Academy, the House-Museum of Antonio Machado and the Zuloaga Museum.

Get to know the Province of Segovia by Car

Let yourself fall in love with the beauty of Ayllón, Pedraza, Maderuelo, Coca, Riaza, Madriguera, Turégano, El Muyo, Villacorta, Fuentidueña, Sepúlveda and Cuéllar. If you have time, stroll through the impressive gardens of the Real Sitio de San Ildefonso.