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Top 12 Things to Do in Toledo, Spain

Ketki Dongare Nov 30, 2019
Discover the famous 'City of the three cultures' - Toledo. Spend a few days in this magical city and be ready to fall in love with it while taking a historical tour of the eclectic landmarks of Toledo.
What is regarded as the finest cathedrals of Spain, the Primate Cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo has such exquisite architecture and design, that one can't deny it of its prestige and glory.

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Sitting atop the plains of Castile-La Mancha, on the highest point of Toledo, is a stone fortification, Alcazar of Toledo. The sight from the top, overlooking the whole of city, is breathtaking!
How would you like to spend a night in a castle and take on the knightly feel? Well, in Toledo, you can book a room at the Castle of San Servando, that is now in use as a hostel.
Cross the famed bridge of Toledo- Puente de San Martin, which will take you back to the medieval times when you walk towards the Monastery of San Juan de Los Reyes.

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Take in the splendid views at Mirador del Valle. See the exquisite highlights of Toledo: Alcazar, Cathedral of Toledo, and the Tagus River shining in the nightlight. You don't want to sit this one out!
A noteworthy Catholic church in Toledo, the exteriors are surely amiss. But the intricate designs in the interiors and the view from the top of the tower is what makes Iglesia de San Ildefonso a local favorite travel spot.

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Traveling to Spain, with the longing of watching some windmills? Consuegra is that ray of hope, where you'll find 12 traditional windmills, all in action!

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A 2 hour-drive from Toledo will lead you to a royal castle, Alcazar of Segovia. Anyone who has seen Walt Disney’s Cinderella, must know that Cinderella's castle was inspired from this palace.

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Having the most confusing city street plan to the biggest bell in Spain, Toledo is a city of superlatives.
Wandering the streets of Toledo, day and night, under the mesmerizing lighting is an experience that will linger in your minds for a long time!

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The center of traditional sword-making, Toledo is renowned for its art of sword making. A visit to the Royal Sword Factory of Toledo will engulf you with the history and knowledge of the Toledo Steel.
Tired of all the sightseeing? Time to sit back and relax in one of the cafes of the bustling square- Plaza de Zocodover.

Marzipan Is a Culinary Art Here

While you are at the Plaza de Zocodover, relish on the famous sweets and delicacies of Toledo at the giant marzipan shop- Santo Tome.