The Pedraza Castle was built in the s. XIII on the remains of previous fortifications, Roman and Arabic origin. It was rebuilt in the s. XV for the Herrera family, dating the time of the keep. In the s. XVI the castle it belongs to the Fernandez de Velasco, Dukes of Frias and Constables of Castile, who reformed the strength giving the appearance and structure that retains today. The castle has been the scene of legends and witnessed historic moments as the prison of the sons of King Francis I of France who were given as hostages to ensure compliance with the agreement with King Charles I in the Treaty of Madrid , to be released in 1530. In 1926 the painter Ignacio Zuloaga bought the castle is dilapidated and after fixing one of its towers got into her workshop. The castle has wonderful spacious rooms and indoor and outdoor that will make you enjoy spectacular views of the Segovia fields thanks to its prime location.