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Impressive Toledo (TBD)

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In front of Mestalla Stadium, Av. Aragon side.

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About the trip


Toledo is a World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in 1986 for its extensive monumental and cultural heritage. It is located around one hour outside Madrid. There are around 2000 years of history ready for you to explore. There are small hidden squares, winding side streets, historic buildings, and monuments on every corner.

You can see the influences of the Roman, Moorish, Jewish, and Christian in the rather impressive architecture on the streets.

From stunning sightseeing and rare festivals, to world-renowned swordsmiths and sweet delights that melt in your mouth, here are the reasons why you should visit Toledo at least once in your lifetime.😁

What makes Toledo interesting to visit? ✨

  • Toledo’s historical centre. It is a marvellous place to explore. It’s a grand and open showcase of impressive landmarks standing tall since Ancient Roman times.

  • Toledo Cathedral is one of Spain’s greatest. It’s a Gothic masterpiece, with a rich visual treasure. One of Toledo’s standout historical landmarks is The Primate Cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo. The impressive Gothic exterior is worthy of admiration. A massive skylight in the ceiling above lets shafts of daylight illuminate the tabernacle to mesmerising effect. Hundreds of stained glass windows also create a colourful light show in the interior.

  • A city of superlatives. From the largest bell to the most confusing streets in Spain Toledo Cathedral houses an impressive treasure: the bell tower and the massive 18th-century bell itself. Weighing close to 20 tons, it’s the biggest bell in Spain. These days it’s a bit cracked, and it hasn’t been rung for ages.

  •  A ‘city of 3 cultures’. A Judaic, Christian, and Islamic melting pot. Here, we can find their lasting architectural marks in the well-preserved synagogues, mosques, and cathedrals.
    While there are plenty of museums in Toledo, such as the Museum of Santa Cruz and Museo del Greco, the whole city is effectively one vast open-air museum.

  • Mercado de San Agustín is a food heaven. Mercado de San Agustín is a gourmet food market in Toledo. It’s built over an historical site and features a modern layout, with a wide variety of vendors spread over multiple floors selling all sorts of food and drinks.
    As well as a pleasant food terrace with a vertical garden for enjoying your tapas or seafood.

Before we go we´d like you to know some interesting and curious facts about this misterious city

  • The Cathedral of Toledo is the second richest temple in the world after Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Its beauty will surprise you.

  • Do you know where the smallest window in the world is? It is in Toledo, located in Silleria street. Who is going to look out the window?

  • Toledo is a City of Cinema. The Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes has been the location for many films about Queen Isabella, Joan the Mad, or Cristobal Colon.

  • The most famous Hollywood’s weapons are from Toledo. Here the artisans have created swords for films as Gladiator, Alexander the Great, and the famous Lord of the Rings.

  • Greco's masterpiece, “The burial of Lord Orgaz” never left Toledo and the walls of Saint’s Tome church. It’s something you don’t want to miss out on!

  • Did you know the Tagus River is the longest river on the Iberian Peninsula? This river has been frozen several times. During a frost, people could cross the river by horse. Imagine that experience!

  • The legend says that the nuns from the Convent of San Clemente invented this famous sweet from Toledo: the marzipan, made with sugar and almonds. Delicious!

  • During the Middle Age Toledo was a city so important that could be compared with New York nowadays. It had 30,000 inhabitants and it was a multicultural city.

  • The biggest bell in Spain is in the Cathedral of Toledo. It has an equivalent weight to 4 elephants (almost 17,5 tonne), 10 meters of the circumference, and 3,65 meters of height.

  • The most perfect sword ever created was produced in Toledo, it is known as la Tizona, which belonged to the knight El Cid. Several artisans all over the world have tried to copy it but without success.

Enough reasons to visit this amazing city😃 !

Toledo is great to visit year-round because it enjoys a continental climate which is mostly dry and sunny throughout the year. 🌞

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