Best things to do and see in Toledo
Toledo is one of the most charming cities in the Spanish province of Castilla La Mancha, and quite possibly, the entire interior of Spain. This city is also known as the “Imperial City” as it was the seat of the court of Charles I, and another nickname for this city is “The Three-Cultured City” because it was part of the Christian, Jewish, and Moorish culture. The Tagus River wraps around its Old Town and is a popular site that attracts thousands of tourists to this city each year to learn more about its rich history and immerse themselves in the local culture of one of the oldest cities in the country.
When visiting all those essential tourist destinations, you can choose to do it with a local guide on a free walking tour to get to know Toledo better. You’ll discover all those hidden spots and lesser-known tourist attractions and get the most out of your holidays. These are some of the most iconic places and monuments you can choose to visit: the Cristo de la Luz Mosque, Roman road, Zocodover Square, City Hall Square, the Cathedral and the Jesuit Church, the Burial of the Count of Orgaz by El Greco in the church of Santo Tomé , the Transit Synagogue, the Santa María la Blanca Synagogue, the San Juan de Los Reyes Monastery as well as the Tajo River Viewpoints where you can visit the Victorio Macho Museum.
All the free walking tours in Toledo have opinions from other walkers who have already done the route with the guru in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Check out what they had to say about the experience so that you can find the best option for you. Other cities that offer a free walking tour with a local guru that tourists were reading up on, are Segovia, Cuenca or Cáceres.