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YIT Conquista de Toledo

10 things you can not miss if you visit Toledo:

The Alcázar This is an impressive building located in a high hill, controlling the city. Inside it you can visit the Castilla-La Mancha Regional Library and the collections of the Museum of the Army from the The Salón de Reinos (translated as "Hall of the Kingdoms").

Church of Santo Tomé

To enjoy life the famous paint of El Greco The Burial of the Count of Orgaz and get delight with the amazing Múdejar tower with glazed ceramic incrustations characterizing the temple.

Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes

One of the best examples of the Isabelline Gothic architecture in Spain, was built under the order of the Catholic Monarchs to honor the victory of Toro. (You will feel as if you were in the Middle Age).

Galiana Palace

It is also known as the King’s garden. Around this beautiful and emblematic castle there are lots of legends, among them, the one that gave Alfonso VI the nickname of “the one with perforated hand”. This is a not very famous monument located outside of Toledo that deserves a visit.

Tavera Hospital

This surprising building will make you return to the 16th century through its impressive pictorial and sculptural collections, its Flemish tapestry, the original pharmacy or the library.

Primate Cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo

You should visit the Cathedral if you wish to enjoy one of the most representative examples of Gothic architecture in Spain. It is the headquarters of the archdiocese of Toledo.

Santa Cruz Museum

This beautiful building with a plateresque style holds the collections of the ancient Archaelogical Museum of Toledo and San Vicente Provincial Museum. It shows paints from El Greco and its disciple Luis Tristán, among others.

Synagogue of El Tránsito

It is one of the most important remains of the Sephardic Art. Nowadays is the headquarters of the Sephardic Museum.

Church of San Idelfonso

Also known as Jesuit Church, this Baroque building offers one of the best views of the city from the top of its towers.

Plaza de Zocodover

The square is the Kilometre Zero of the historic centre of Toledo and one of the favourite places for the tapas lovers.