The European’s most popular website for jewish Tourists visiting Europe, www.JewishEurope.org, under has just included JewishSegovia.com as a recommendation to visit this city and its Jewish Heritage in Spain.
With Nicole and Aviva-NYC(US)- in front of ” La Casa del Judío” in Toledo
Closed by seven gates as from 1481, the Jewish quarter of Segovia comprises a space which is totally delimited on the southern side of the walled city, a district now made up of the remains of synagogues, palaces, museums and buildings which evoke its Jewish past, distributed amongst a set of streets rife with medieval mystery. A walk through the Jewish quarter – revealing a city quite distinct from that of the conventional routes through Segovia of the Aqueduct and the Citadel – is further complemented by a visit to the Jewish cemetery of Pinarillo on the other side of Clamores stream where there are some remains of burials which are of great value.
Josh and his wife (Miami-USA-) spent a special morning in Toledo in their way to Israel. Wish you all the best guys!