My reason for this is that the Alcazar of Segovia is that its 19th century restorers appeared to have pulled out all the stops to (re-)create the kind of place that looked like it's come out of a fairytale. Said to have be in the inspiration along with Mad King Ludwig of Bavaria's Schloss Neutschwanstein for the castles in Walt Disney's Magic Kingdoms, Segovia's fortified palace is a fascinating blend of Mudéjar and Gothic artistic styles. And, unlike with Cordoba's Mezquita, I think the Muslim and Christian aesthetic elements actually go well together here! :)
Walk across the drawbridge over the moat to
a place of visual wonder perched atop a huge bedrock!
Some of the armory and weaponry on show
in the fortified palace
compared to those found in Madrid's Palace Real...
...but a look up at the throne room's ceiling gives a clue that
memorable visuals can indeed be found in this fortified palace!
In the Sala de Galeria (whose colorful moulded ceiling purportedly
resemblea an inverted ship hull) is a large mural of Isabella I being
Stained glass window whose central figure is
-- you guessed it! -- Queen Isabella I!
The grand Hall of the Monarchs contains three-dimensional
portraits of 52 rulers of Castile and León, and 7 queens
So... fantastically fairytale-like enough for you? ;b