what to see in Toledo Spain

Discussion in 'Spain' started by martyrL, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. martyrL

    martyrL New Member

    hello everyone,

    Im looking for a list of attractions in Toledo to get an idea of whether or not to visit this city...anyone has any suggestions on what to see in Toledo Spain ?

  2. VacationBuddy

    VacationBuddy Administrator

    Hi there,

    The city of Toledo is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and you'd love the stunning Cathedral and the attractive Alcazar which dominate much of the country. If you're into art and history, you mustn't miss this city!

    If you are wondering what to see in Toledo Spain, there are at least a few museums that are worth checking out. For instance, the El Greco Museum and the Museum of Santa Cruz is a great place to view some El Greco works

    In particular, the Museum of Santa Cruz is arguably the best museum in Toledo, and the exhibits are quite eclectic and include some Goya paintings, as well as various religious items and archaeological artifacts.

    Hope this helps
  3. bookespana07

    bookespana07 New Member

    The history of Toledo unfolds with the contributions of the Christians, Jewish and Muslim, this happened thanks to the many influences that flocked this city throughout the years. A visit here can make sure you one thing out of the standard, one thing that you just would have solely examine in books.
  4. jakebrown

    jakebrown New Member

    Sometimes travel planning can seem like a list of what to do on School Trips To Spain but there are plenty of cool places to be that aren’t churches or museums. Check out Jardines de la Vega, Roman Circus, Estacion de Ferrocarril, Zocotren and El Artificio de Juanelo. Either way, Toledo is Educational Travel at its best.
  5. Julia282

    Julia282 New Member

    Toledo is amazing! I loved the view to the river! And there is one restaurant on the top of the tower, the view is beautiful. I forgot the name of the restaurant, but if you ask anyone there they will know ;)

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