This square is the central point of the city where locals and visitors get the chance to meet. The main streets of the old ... More
Plaza de Zocodover
This square is the central point of the city where locals and visitors get the chance to meet. The main streets of the old part of town start here and lead tourists to the principal historical sites. You can also board the tourist train here for a ride round Toledo. Traditional markets, such as the famous "Martes" (Tuesday market) still take place in this square. Great bullfights, fiestas and macabre executions have also taken place here. During the Muslim era this was the location of the old cattle market ("Tulaytula") built on top of the ruins of the Roman wall.
The Military Museum is currently closed. They are expected to reopen in 2008. Toledo's hilltop fortress, the Alcáº¡r, dominates the
city. The Romans, Visigoths and Arabs all built fortifications on this site. Alfonso VI established himself here when he ...
Located in Plaza del Conde and close to Santo Tome church, this mansion was built by the first Count of
Fuensalida, Don Pedro Lopez de Ayala, in 1440. It is Mudejar (Moorish Spanish) in style and the two storey ...
The Castillo de San Servando is what remains of part of Toledo's defences and is reached by crossing the Alcántara
Bridge. There were fortifications as far back as the Moslem era and probably in Visigothic times too. When Alfonso ...
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