See my original post about Segovia here
Getting to Segovia from Madrid is extremely easy. Take the grey line/#6/circular to the Moncloa station. The bus station is located one level up from the subway platform. There is a green sign that says “Taquillas de Segovia” or tickets to Segovia through the company La Sepulvedana, which has comfortable coach buses that have free wi-fi that actually works! The one thing that was not great about the company is that if you buy an “open return” ticket, indicating you can come back at whatever time you like, you have to remember to change it before getting on the bus to go home so it specifies a time. We were not informed of this and unfortunately had to wait in a long line to catch the bus home.
A break from Spanish Food: Tuma Restaurant
Tuma is a hidden gem right off the main plaza in front of the aqueduct in Segovia. The owners are from Syria and their menu boasts a wide range of classic but unique Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines. The atmosphere is super cozy and decorated with tapestries and they have hookahs available for those who are interested 🙂