How to reach:
Segovia is very close to Madrid and can be easily reached via trains. It is just a 30 mins train ride from Madrid and there are many trains running between these cities throughout the day. Google maps won't show the right information about how to get there so here are our exclusive tips on reaching Segovia. The high speed trains run from Chamartín Station to Segovia AV Station and make sure to book tickets online as the tickets tend to sell out for the peak timings. Also take a print out of the ticket and if you could not do it, exchange it at the station before traveling as the authorities don't accept the e-tickets. We were lucky enough to be allowed to board the train just with an e-ticket and we were let off with a warning. We made sure to exchange it at the Segovia station while returning though.
Once you get off at Segovia station (which is in the middle of nowhere), there will be buses waiting to pick you up. The bus timings are synchronised with the train arrival so you don't need to be worried about missing the bus. Again, the bus driver doesn't accept higher denomination currency (anything above 10 euro), so carry coins. The ride costs 2 euro per person (at the time of this writing, June 2017) and hardly takes 15 mins to get to the city centre. Return journey is quite similar, there are buses running every 30 mins from the city to the train station.