Visit our Cathedral and Greco Paints in Toledo
This city conserves one of the best city centers of Europe. Grounded by the Romans under the name Toletum, until 1492 was considered "City of the three Cultures" as jewish, moorish and catholics lived together in this rich City center.
After became first Capital of Spain and when Philipp II moved the Capital to Madrid until nowadays remained as our Religious Capital.
Toledo preserved the Empire history face so well that you will get surprised. Finally I also like to explain in simple Words that coming to visit and Madrid and not going to Toledo is like going to Rome and not going to the Vaticane. For all this reasons there are more than enough to come to visit this place and never dissapoints.
Note: If you are interested to visit the windmills of Don Quijote is possible to customize this Tour, for more details, please contact me
After meeting Madrid we will drive to Toledo (less tan hour drive) and then we will start our visit with the most important Paint of El Greco, and after our most important Cathedral. After visiting this both most important Museums we will walk through the City center to enjoy the three different districts of the three different cultures.
This are the main Sights:
√ Cathedral (45 minutes);
√ Saint Tome Church (Masterpiece El Greco) (15minutes);
√ Plaza Zocodover
√ Jewish Quarter
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Depending on client, but usually at his Hotel
End location: Wherever client wants but usually his hotel
Duration: 8 hours
6 hours without time for lunch, 8 hours with lunch
Mercedes Vito 9 seats, or small Car Seat Toledo
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 Euro - Coffee wth Marzipan Cake
Buisness Lunch Menu
Ticket Paint El Greco
No restrictions as I am fully licensed in Transport and Guide so I can enter in any Monument and Museum and provide any transfer service
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Ignacio was a great guide! He picked us up from our hotel and drove us to Toledo, Spain. We really enjoyed the drive to Toledo because we got to see the beautiful landscape that Spain has to offer. The first thing that we did once we reached Toledo was drive beside the town until we reached a rest stop, which gave us a spectacular view of the whole city and the river that runs around it. We got to tour the beautiful Cathedral of Toledo, Jewish Quarter, and much more. I was worth every euro I spent.