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Toledo has a lovely historical feel to it. The old city is still in great condition and it is worth taking time to walk around and explore. The city is a mix of different styles and has a lovely rich history.
Toledo is a beautiful old city set positioned in a U bend in the river which almost surrounds the town & sitting on a hill with walls surrounding the whole of the old town.
It can obviously be a bit of a 'tourist trap' with...More
This is a good day for exploring this UNESCO site with the whole functional city that dates back from 13th centuries. The travel pass bus drops you in the outer ring and you have to take three escalators to get to the city on the...More
Set picturesquely on a hill overlooking the Tagus River, Toledo was known as the "City of Three Cultures" for the harmonious co-existence of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish communities. You'll view El Alcazar, the 16th century Moorish citadel and discover Toledo Cathedral. Not to be missed!
A must see, 1 hour from Madrid. We Bought the tour package in Madrid, and I would recommend the full day tour as the 1/2 day will really cut your experience. Also, if you are vegetarian bring a picnic lunch. We ate on the main...More
What an amazing historic hilltop city !! WOW. I wish we had spent a lot more time here. We drove from Madrid (less than in a hour) and parked in the convenient underground parking garages near the round-about on the north side of the old...More
I travelled to Toledo from Madrid with the bus...at about 45min trip. You can choose to go with train too. The trip is not expensive so if you want to go try it. As soon as you get to Toledo you travel back to time....More
It was just a joy to wander around the lanes and passageways of Toledo, and explore the quiet fringes of the city away from Zucodover Plaza and the Alcazar, which are packed with tourists. There are views of the river below the old city and...More