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Toledo is known as "The Imperial City" for being the headquarters of the court of Charles I. Also known as "The Little Rome" for its rich heritage and "the city of three cultures", having been inhabited for centuries by Christians, Jews and Muslims.

A trip back in time

A unique city with over 2,000 years of history and a symbol of encounter between cultures. Its walled city is precisely a faithful reflection of this spirit: churches and buildings of the most varied styles... Arabic, Moorish, Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance, forming an impressive architectural complex.

You can reach the historic center by the numerous doors opening in the wall surrounding the Puerta del Sol, Alcantara or Bisagra. During your visit to the old city center, you cannot forget to visit the Cathedral, an extraordinary work which is worth your attention. The Mudéjar decoration, the choir stalls, the work of ironwork, the sacristy-a veritable museum of painting with works by artists such as El Greco, Raphael, Titian and Goya, or the Treasure room where the magnificent gold and silver Custodia coming out in procession during the festival of Corpus Christi is exposed, they are part of its important elements.

The historical complex of Toledo is considered the broadest of Spain.

Toledo claims to be the jewel in the crown of the country. It´s got and area of 260 hectares. That means, 2,6 sq kilometers.

Wander through the streets of Toledo is a real luck.

Now, in addition, the city of Toledo has got several escalators that comfortably bring our visitors up to the heart of the city in a couple of minutes.