We will discover what happened in Segovia before the beginning of the War of the Communards and what role Juan Bravo had in our city.
Themed nights are a new activity for the most curious visitors, and the offer will change throughout the year by seasons (Autumn / Winter), in commemoration of the V Centenary (1520 / 21-2020 / 21)
We started at the Kiosk in Plaza Mayor, where the "luck" that Rodrigo de Tordesillas ran began and recounting the events that led to the community uprising through the thread of this story. From the old Church of San Miguel, we will go down Calle Real, we will talk about the prominence that this war had in Segovia with one of its leaders, Juan Bravo, in front of his sculpture; We will arrive at the Aqueduct and continue along the Calle de Muerte y Vida, a name that it takes from the story we tell, and we will end in the Plaza de Santa Eulalia with the outcome of it.
If you like to know more about the Comuneros de Castilla, book this route and you will discover how everything began in our city.