Lost in Segovia

Drawn on a family trip to Segovia, Spain, in which we mostly managed not to get lost. The background is a manipulation of an aerial photo of Segovia, which is a maze itself.




Segovia Mazes are different from other mazes because they have underpasses, which makes them both harder and more interesting. When there are marks on opposite sides of a "road" that match up, you can pass under one or more narrow roads  . Also, if you encounter a small symbol, such as an asterisk , a circle , or a diamond , look for a matching symbol somewhere else in the maze and "teleport" there. You may not jump lines, but besides the regular roads , you can pass through open spaces that connect directly to the maze . This will be helpful to know before trying the Open-air maze, Tangles, Swirls, or Starburst.

These mazes are not terribly hard, though they do take more concentration than most mazes. You will have to take some time to get to the finish, but I hope you will have fun getting there!