Toledo is visited by tourists from all over every year. Attracted by its historical corners, they fall in love when they walk its streets and find monuments or emblematic buildings at every step.
Below we detail only some of the most emblematic corners of Toledo, but in its streets you will find many more.
Stroll through narrow alleys, while you find old synagogues converted to museums or contemplate the city from one of its viewpoints.
A visit to the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes and the Synagogue of Santa María la Blanca is a must.
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Also known as the Primate Cathedral of Spain, it began under the reign of Ferdinand III the Saint in the thirteenth century. It is the most visited monument in Toledo, but its importance is not relegated to this, since the cathedral is also the sixth largest Catholic temple in the world and is considered the magnum opus of Spanish Gothic.
Located in the highest part of the city, the Alcazar is a majestic and imposing building and an authentic symbol of the city of Toledo, although it enjoys importance in the city since Roman times.
Currently, the Alcazar is the headquarters of the Army Museum and, there are so many things to see, that we recommend that you organize your visit with time.