David’s Been Here takes us along the main pedestrian street of the Spanish city of Segovia. Walking down Calle Real, or Real Street, you’ll encounter beautiful buildings, statues and sculptures, entertainers, music and more. With a bustling crowd and loads to see and do along the street, a visit to Calle Real is a must for anyone visiting Segovia. Starting at the aqueduct and reaching all the way to Plaza Mayor, plan on spending at least a half-day visiting this central site during your tour of Segovia. For more information on all the top sites and activities along Calle Real, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to Madrid, now available for your Kindle as well.
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