Linguistic trips to Segovia: History, Culture and Spanish Courses

From 3 Nights / 4 Days

What does it include?

Segovia is a small city with a lot of charm.

It has plenty of monuments and heritage sites to visit: The Alcazar, Cathedral, Aqueduct, etc., but it is also a pleasure to stroll through the streets of the historic center and enjoy a glass of wine (soft drinks for teenagers!!!).

Excursions can be planned to some interesting places such as La Granja Palace, El Escorial Monastery, Salamanca or Avila.

A friendly city that awaits your visit!

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Segovia World Heritage Site

Zona de Alojamiento en Familias


We organize customized programs for any number of participants and teachers.

These prices vary depending on activities and type of accommodation chosen.

Included in the price:

  • Standard program with limited amount of activities.
  • Program for 40 students and 3 teachers.
  • Prices per student.
  • Trip and itinerary planning.
  • Check-in at destination city or cities by Educatrip staff.
  • Reservation and entrance to different monuments, activities, etc.
  • Homestay with full board and lodging during the entire stay in all destination cities (except Bilbao and Santiago de Compostela).
  • Guided tours depending on the program.
  • Accompanying teachers are free-of-charge.
  • 24 hours assistance and supervision throughout the stay.

Not included in the price:

  • Contacting air or ground transportation to Spain for information.
  • Transportation to destination.
  • Full room & board accommodation at youth hostels or hotels.
  • Repatriation insurance (can be purchased separately).
  • Health insurance (can be purchased separately).
  • All charges associated with bank transfers. The corresponding commission will be paid by the group.

Main programme activities in Segovia: History, Culture and Spanish Courses

Activities we highlight

Alcazar Fortress

It is one of the city's most important monuments. In the Middle Ages, due to its security and proximity to hunting grounds, the Alcázar became one of the favorite residences of the Kings of Castile, especially Alfonso X.

La Granja De San Ildefonso Royal Palace

It was once a royal residence and is an example of European palace architecture. In the 18th century, Philip V ordered the construction of the Royal Palace of San Ildefonso, a magnificent example of European palace architecture. Its gardens and fountains are in the style of Versailles, with constant allusions to legend and mythology, and its rooms are decorated with marble, Japanese lacquer and crystal chandeliers.

Spanish Courses

The school has a modern space with different classrooms suitable for school groups.

Excursion to Madrid

The country's largest and most populous city. As Spain's capital, Madrid is the seat of the government, parliament, ministries, institutions and related bodies, as well as the official residence of Spain's monarchs. It is an influential cultural center and is home to world-class museums.


It is the most important example of Roman civil engineering in Spain and one of the most significant and best preserved of those left by the Romans in the Iberian Peninsula. Its 20,400 stone blocks are neither cemented nor bonded together by any substance, and they remain as a solid, perfect block to this day.

Excursion To Avila

Its medieval old town, in excellent condition, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985.


Built on the highest point of the city, the construction of the Cathedral of Segovia began in 1525, during the reign of Carlos V. It is in late Gothic style and was built after a fire in the old Romanesque cathedral in 1520.

Jewish Quarter Educational Center

Its aim is to showcase Sephardic culture in Segovia. It attempts to allow visitors to understand the environment of a neighborhood that has one of the largest Jewish populations of the Middle Ages.

Cooking Classes

Groups cook different Spanish dishes and then enjoy a tasting session.

Flamenco Show And Classes

Show performed in a typical setting. The show lasts about an hour. We also organize workshops for gaining practical knowledge of this typical dance.

San Martin Church

It dates from the twelfth century and is located in Plaza Juan Bravo, halfway between the Cathedral and the Aqueduct. It is of Mozarab origin and has one of the most beautiful Romanesque atriums in Segovia, which surrounds the church on three sides.

Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de el Escorial

The monastery of El Escorial was the first example of the architectural style known as Herrerian, after its creator, Juan de Herrera. It is listed as a World Heritage Site. The complex consists of a palace, a basilica and a monastery. The palace was once a residence of the Spanish royal family, the basilica is the burial place of the monarchs of Spain, and the monastery is currently occupied by monks of the Order of St. Augustine.

Route of the Spanish Civil War

This is a self-guided tour through reconstructed trenches and the remains of forts in Valsaín, San Ildefonso. Ideal to learn about the history of the Spanish Civil War through these wartime landscapes.

San Antonio El Real Monastery

It was once the Royal Pleasure Palace of Henry IV. Nowadays it is the convent of the Clarisas. It houses a church, a chapter house, a painting museum and coffered ceilings from the 15th century.

Multi Adventure

Activities in the Hoces del Rio Duraton Natural Park. We organize guided hikes, kayaking, etc. for all levels.

La Granja Glass Museum

The museum is located in the old Royal Glass Factory of La Granja, built at the end of the 18th century and world famous for the quality of its glass and the skill of its artisans. Its permanent and temporary exhibitions are dedicated to glass and glass technology, allowing visitors to discover how the methods of working this material over the centuries have evolved.

Segovia Museum

The collection on display includes approximately 1,500 archaeological, ethnographic, and fine arts exhibits. Highlights of the collection include a pair of Celtiberian boars, Roman mosaics, Visigoth enamels, and a series of panels by 15th and 16th century Castilian and Flemish painters, as well as important collections of coins. There are also crystal and glass items from the Royal Factory at La Granja de San Ildefonso, as well as religious sculptures and engravings by Dürer and Rembrandt.


Declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1951, the village of Pedraza has one of the most beautiful main squares in Spain. Its cobbled streets and decorated houses form a medieval urban setting where no corner should be missed, from the Puerta de la Villa (Town Gate) to the far end of the village, crowned by a castle.


Declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1951, Sepúlveda reflects the influence of the Romanesque style in its monuments and streets, dating back to its period of greatest splendor in the 11th and 12th centuries.

Visit To A Factory, Company, etc.

We organize trips to institutions, factories, companies or other places of relevance to groups, to help them with their education and knowledge of these places in Spain.

Combination of cities for your trip


El Escorial

La Granja de San Ildefonso