Puente De Segovia, Madrid
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Address: Puerta del Angel, Madrid, Spain
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Constructed in the late 16th century under the orders of Philippe II, the Puente de Segovia is the oldest surviving bridge in Madrid. The bridge was designed by architect Juan de Herrera and is built over the Manzanares river- consisting of 9 arches made with granite.
The surrounding water and the fountain constructed one one side of the bridge, make for a great view. If you love photography, don’t forget to capture the old-world bridge as you explore yet another of the historic sites in Madrid.
How To reach Puente De Segovia by Public Transport
- By Metro/ Subway: Puerta del Angel
- By Bus: Pº Ermita del Santo - Pte. Segovia
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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A historic aqueduct in Segovia - a free of hours from Madrid. It's a definite attraction for all visitors.
If your lucky take a look below the bridge and into the river, you can spot much wild life Egyptian Geese as well as Carp and Barbel Swimming below in the Manzanares.
Peaceful place to hang around and do some walkings
Really nice bridge and park just there by the river.
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