The Claustro de la Catedral de Segovia is a National Monument in Segovia, Spain, whose origins date back to the 16th century. Located in the Plaza Mayor, it is considered the main symbol of the city. It is a two-story cloister decorated with a series of small arches framed by blind galleries and belfries, one of the most photographs sights of the city. The lower cloister was built by Alonso de Covarrubias and around thirty years later the upper cloister was added by Juan de Herrera. Hop Up in the tower to catch the stunning views of the harmonious architecture of the cloister and contemplate the splendid Gothic - Renaissance style of the cathedral. Wander around the cloister and admire the beautiful and conservation work, admire the details of the plates, statues and columns. A true masterpiece of architecture to discover!