Ballon Private Excursion Over Segovia | Day Tour to Segovia From Madrid

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Ballon Private Excursion Over Segovia | Day Tour to Segovia From Madrid

The Private Balloon Excursion in Segovia is an excursion in a hot air balloon, flying over the so-called “City of the Aqueduct,” Segovia.

On this private excursion, you will be able to live the experience of flying over the surroundings of the city of Segovia in a hot air balloon while enjoying a cava and a small lunch. In addition, the excursion does not end here, but after the balloon ride you will move to the center of Segovia so that our tour guide will discover the best tourist attractions in the city: The Aqueduct of Segovia, The Cathedral of Segovia or The Royal Alcázar among other prominent locations.

Discover the most emblematic stories, legends and corners of Segovia in a hot air balloon and on foot with our expert guides!

  • The exact departure time always depends on weather conditions. Therefore, the night before will always be confirmed by email. It is important to provide a regular email in the reservation process.
  • It is important to inform previously of possible nutritional requirements.


  • Personalized tour according to the expert tour guide (always a tour that covers, in the most convenient order to maximize the time of the visit, the most important points of Segovia), as well as open to suggestions and requests from customers.


Based on 198 reviews
Muy buen tour privado con Javier a Segovia y dos bodegas. Una familiar que es Emilio Moro y otra de mucha arquitectura como es Portia . Lo recomendamos
Carlos Borregales
Carlos Borregales
Al principio tenía miedo el hacer una cosa así. Dejar mis pertenencias a un lugar desconocido. Solicité guardar una maleta pequeña y al final tuve que guardar una pequeña bolsa más, y para mí sorpresa no me cobraron nada a mayores. Todo un detallazo. La persona muy atenta y siempática. No ha habido ningún problema. Segurísimo que repito. Y lo recomiendo.
Gonzalo Cañedo Alonso
Gonzalo Cañedo Alonso
Estuvimos como empresa en un city tour Toledo y luego Madrid ! Nos encantó los Madrid de los austrias porque al pesar de los números de turistas en el mismo tour (casi 40 personas ) ,nos guiaron con profesionalidad y maestranza en las calles más estrecha del casco histórico…una de ella fue la calle del Codo ….pasear en más de cuarentas SEGWAY,fue una experiencia que seguro voy a repetir con lo próximo grupo ! Así que encantados y hasta la próxima !
Ilona Mindru
Ilona Mindru
Una experiencia totalmente recomendable. Personal muy amable y profesional y un material muy bien cuidado. Realizamos el tour por el Retiro en Segway y me ha encantado. Muchas gracias, nos veremos pronto de nuevo.
Salva García
Salva García
Es la mejor experiencia que he vivido yo y mi familia en Madrid. Gracias por el trato, la paciencia y la profesionalidad😘
Hanane Allaoulahcen
Hanane Allaoulahcen
Nos ha encantado la experiencia, el propietario ha sido muy amable y nos ha transmitido una vibra increíble. Hemos aprendido mucho de Madrid.
Doha Motarajji
Doha Motarajji
El tour estuvo genial, el guía es demasiado buena gente! :)
Isabela Correa
Isabela Correa
La atención ha sido excelente y debo destacar la chica que atiende el local Marilu gracias por guiarnos hasta donde debíamos tomar nuestro tren, deje las maletas en sus consignas y fue una gran despreocupación para mi paseo por Madrid, vuelvo seguro!
Zoe nahiara Larraza
Zoe nahiara Larraza

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Ballon Private Excursion Over Segovia | Day Trip from Madrid: Top Things to See, Do, Buy, & Eat

Ballon Private Excursion Over Segovia

Private Excursion to Segovia from Madrid by VIP Car (or Mercedes Vito Van, Minibus, or Premium Bus) is a full-day private tour departing from any point in Madrid in a high-end private vehicle.

Discover Segovia, a city filled with historical monuments. Admire the magnificent Roman aqueduct dating back to the time of Emperor Augustus. Immerse yourself in its rich architectural heritage as you follow your guide to the Gothic-style cathedral.

Lastly, you’ll cross the Canonjías neighborhood until you reach the Alcázar of Segovia, one of the most spectacular fortresses in all of Spain. It is even said to have served as inspiration for Walt Disney in designing Snow White’s castle. After admiring its exterior, enter to discover its legends and glorious past.

Experience an incredible adventure as you soar above the city of Segovia, propelled only by the wind. Take a hot air balloon ride from the outskirts of Segovia and ascend to the skies.

Where is Segovia?

Segovia is located in the central part of Spain, in the autonomous community of Castilla y León. It is situated approximately 90 kilometers (56 miles) northwest of Madrid. The city is known for its well-preserved historic center and iconic landmarks such as the Roman aqueduct, Alcázar (castle), and the Gothic cathedral.

How to get to Segovia from Madrid?

Only 90 kilometers separate both cities, making it very easy and relatively comfortable to travel between them.

Although Segovia is a beautiful and historically rich city, its small size and quick accessibility from the capital make it a perfect day trip from Madrid.

To reach Segovia from Madrid via the fastest and most convenient route, you would need to pay a toll. You would take the A-6 (Madrid-Coruña) and, at the Collado Villalba junction, the Northwest Highway (AP-6). Once you pass through the Guadarrama tunnel (about 3 kilometers long), you arrive at San Rafael, already in the province of Segovia, where you can choose whether to take the national road N-603 or the bypass road.

Enjoy your trip to Segovia with Wonder Tours!

Catedral de Segovia

Must see places when visiting Segovia

When visiting Segovia, there are several must-see places that you should include in your itinerary:

  • Aqueduct of Segovia: This magnificent Roman aqueduct is one of the most iconic symbols of Segovia. Marvel at its impressive architecture and the precision with which it was built.
  • Alcázar of Segovia: Explore the Alcázar, a stunning medieval fortress that resembles a fairytale castle. Visit its interior, which houses various rooms, including the throne room and the armory, and enjoy panoramic views from the towers.
  • Segovia Cathedral: Admire the grandeur of Segovia Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece that dominates the city’s skyline. Explore its interior, including the chapels and the museum, and take in the intricate details of its architecture.
  • Jewish Quarter (Barrio Judío): Wander through the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter, known for its charming atmosphere and well-preserved medieval buildings. Discover the Synagogue of Segovia, one of the oldest synagogues in Spain.
  • Plaza Mayor: Visit the central square of Segovia, Plaza Mayor, surrounded by beautiful buildings with arcades. Enjoy the lively atmosphere, sit at a café terrace, and soak in the ambiance of this historic gathering place.
  • Santa Cruz la Real Convent: Explore the Santa Cruz la Real Convent, a former royal residence that now houses the IE University. Admire its stunning courtyard and visit the church and cloisters.
  • Romanesque Churches: Discover the Romanesque churches scattered throughout Segovia, such as San Esteban, San Millán, and San Martín. These churches showcase beautiful architectural details and offer a glimpse into the city’s history.
  • Gardens of the Alcázar: Take a stroll in the gardens surrounding the Alcázar. Enjoy the lush greenery, picturesque views, and peaceful atmosphere as you explore the terraced gardens.
  • Segovia’s Gastronomy: Don’t miss the opportunity to savor the local gastronomy of Segovia. Try the famous cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) and cordero asado (roast lamb), which are specialties of the region.

These are just a few of the highlights of Segovia, a city rich in history and architectural beauty. Take your time to explore its streets, soak in the atmosphere, and immerse yourself in the charm of this remarkable city.


What to eat in Segovia?

  • Judiones de La Granja: This traditional dish has managed to position itself as one of the culinary gems of the province. Judiones (large white beans) are cooked with the typical sofrito (sautéed onions, garlic, and tomatoes) and different types of pork meat (chorizo, blood sausage, bacon, a little bit of ham…).
  • Cochinillo de Segovia: It is the ultimate star dish of Segovian gastronomy history. A true icon of tradition! Its presentation can leave anyone amazed if they have never tried it before. The whole suckling pig is served on a tray and carved in front of the diners. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. A true spectacle!
  • Caldereta: It is basically a juicy lamb stew with potatoes and spices. The meat becomes very tender and has that strong flavor characteristic of lamb. Accompany it with bread and wine for a super traditional Castilian meal.
  • Sopa Castellana: It is made with a broth to which stale bread, garlic, egg, paprika, and small cubes of serrano ham are added. It is usually served in a clay pot.
  • Ponche Segoviano: It is nothing more than a slice of classic sponge cake with a cream filling. It is covered with a layer of marzipan and powdered sugar, which is slightly toasted in a diamond pattern at the end.

These are just a few examples of the delicious gastronomy of Segovia. Exploring the local cuisine and savoring these traditional dishes is a delightful experience that shouldn’t be missed.

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