An Alcazar of Segovian cuisine
The Parador de Segovia is a showcase for the richness and generosity of Segovia cuisine, which boasts deep Castilian roots. The menu is dominated by roast suckling pig and suckling lamb roasted in a wood-fired oven, but there is also room for other traditional regional dishes prepared with the best local ingredients.
a gastronomic balcony overlooking the historic city
At the restaurant of the Parador de Segovia you can savour the best Castilian cuisine while you enjoy marvellous views of the historic city, looking out at the iconic aqueduct, the Fortress and the cathedral in the distance. It serves classic roast suckling pig and suckling lamb, traditional spoon dishes and such as garlic soup or La Granja beans, the unique Carrascal del Río-style cod or desserts such as the iconic ponche (egg yolk and marzipan punch)
Type of kitchen
A salad of wood-fired roasted peppers with tuna taco, roast suckling pig and lamb, Carrascal del Río-style cod, premium beef steak, Segovia raspberries, egg yolk punch and marzipan.
History and avant-garde in a dream accommodation
The hotel has a cafeteria with access to the terrace, a restaurant with a wood-fired oven, a heated swimming pool with glass walls to enjoy the views, a sauna, a solarium and a gym. What’s more, the Parador de Segovia has fifteen large-capacity rooms for holding events and meetings.
Segovia is one of the cities to have been declared a World Heritage Site. The Aqueduct of Segovia is the city’s most iconic building. Besides this jewel of Roman art, the Alcázar is another of the city’s most important historical buildings. The beautiful Cathedral, in the city centre, and the ancient Medieval walls are also must-see.