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I can't believe Siguenza is not touted more often as a great medieval city. It is like Santillana Del Mar, except people still actually live there. I highly recommend just walking around the old quarter. It is a testament to the local people's wanting to...More
There are only a few places in Europe where you can feel the authentic atmosphere of the middle ages and for sure Siguenza is one of those places. It is an easy 2-hour drive from modern Madrid, but the architecture and the overall mood is...More
I stayed in Sigüenza’s parador for a business seminar and we had several walks through town, which allowed me to experience a truly special discovery of such a small typical countryside town like Sigüenza.
It felt like walking through a medieval movie set or being...More
The town is small and easy to walk around, it has several interesting well restored buildings like the cathedral, the Parador and numerous narrow streets.
We went during the week and it was quiet, and has much more life at weekends and during the holidays.
Lovely town with beautiful historic attractions. Worth a visit, charming old fashioned train station located right near the town, An easy walk to the attractions from the station. Charming, quaint place, not overrun with tourists. Very enjoyable.
Siguenza is well worth a visit even if you only have a couple of hours to spare as the main historical area is compact and parking (at the castle) is plentiful. I've seen many Cathedrals in Spain but this one was particularly stunning and huge,...More
When you arrive in the small village of Sigüenza, coming from the national road, continue in the direction of the Cathedral, and park the car on that location, so you are right away in the middle of the “Casco Historico” or Historical centre of the...More
A very pleasant place, with narrow lanes, ancient buildings - the cathedral, romanesque churches, old town gates, the mediaeval lock-up… - an outstanding museum, many excellent restaurants and at least one excellent 'tapas' bar, helpful people, and a good tourist information office. The sort of...More