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All reviews day trip narrow streets old town every corner off the tourist track theme park stayed for nights gave us a map beautiful city world heritage site by unesco interesting shops an overnight stay wear good walking shoes medieval times minute train ride historic center ups and downs
took the train from madrid.. i did not book in advance so i had to take the availble trains and i did not look up hours of museums so i missed a few things.. next time i plan more.. the train ride was so easy.....More
Toledo´s Casco Historico is a cultural and historic bomb. lot of antique tiny streets, museums, resturants, shops and incredible medieval architecture. I would only not visit if you have a problem walking. The streets are narrow and there are a lot of uphills not very...More
Toledo is full of tourist and it worth it because of its history. Nice and clean city, longest outdoor escavator and city on the top of the hill. Which is really amazingly beautiful. It worth visiting another side of Toledo during the evening so that...More
Our visit to Toledo was a fascinating experience and our time there just flew.
There is so much to see in the Casco area and its 2000 plus year history with the evidence of so many different cultures.
It also has numerous monuments and old...More
If you can get here it is a most see for understanding Spain. You should be able to easily catch a train here and then tour the different areas of the city. Much to see and do and you need a full day or two...More
The distance brings breathtaking feeling. We actually stayed there for 10 minutes but I never forget the feeling when my first sight on this view. And it's my first memory ever time I thought of Toledo. And we had a lot of photos there. Just...More
I felt a bit underwhelmed by my visit. I expected to be wowed at every turn, but Toledo is most impressive from afar. I would recommend Segovia for a day visit over Toledo, even if Toledo is much easier to get to; it took less...More
I was so excited to see this city, it's definitely good destination for visiting in Spain, only 1 hour from Madrid and you can explore such a different place.
If you're in Madrid and you have free day just come and enjoy old historical Spain.
The visit started on a high with the pretty train station, short walk to the city, the bridge and city moorish arched entry way to the staircase.. it only spiralled downhill from there: where were the medieval houses? I only saw badly restored houses with...More