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Toledo is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. A real highlight of the Iberian Peninsula, Toledo is characterised by its Medieval architecture and an eclectic mix of Christian, Arabic and Jewish heritage. The capital city of the Castilla-La Mancha region, it's an ideal destination for those looking to really immerse themselves in one of Spain's most culturally-diverse cities. Those catching the train to Toledo are well served by public transport connections. The iconic Toledo railway station is on the Avant line with direct services from Madrid operating daily, thanks to Renfe. For those catching the train to Toledo from Madrid, journey times of around 30 minutes can be expected.

Visiting Toledo

Surrounded by the Tagus, Toledo boasts an impressive range of landmarks and monuments that are well worth a visit. The most iconic one of these is the Alcazar. After hopping off the train to Toledo, visitors can enjoy a 35-minute walk across the Puente de Alcántara to get to this fascinating fortress, which offers supreme views of the city. Toledo’s cathedral, the second-largest building of its kind in Spain, is perhaps the finest example of Gothic architecture in the entire country. A trip to the Jewish quarter is also a must during any trip to Toledo. Several major synagogues make it an essential stop on any walking tour of the city, while the Museo Sefardí houses countless exhibits that represent the Jewish faith and its importance to this Spanish city. Just a 2-minute walk away, visitors will also find the Museo del Greco, housing the works of one of the most celebrated Renaissance painters.

After admiring the artworks on offer, a world of culinary delights awaits visitors. In fact, this city is known for its rich gastronomic offerings, with marzipan, saffron and venison cropping up in many menus. Partridge stew is a must-try for any foodie! Iglesia de Santiago del Arrabal can be found next to the Puerta de Bisagra and is located in the old Islamic quarter of the city, roughly 20 minutes from the aforementioned museums. Here, tourists will find an impressive array of architecture and artworks that are indicative of Mudejar culture. Finally, why not enjoy a stroll toward the Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes? This magnificent monument is built in an impressive Gothic style and is a testament to Catholic monarchs.

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