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Puerta de Bisagra

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Puerta de Bisagra

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Calle Real del Arrabal 26, 45003 Toledo Spain
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Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Entrance from Madrid
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Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Entrance from Madrid

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Visiting both Toledo and Segovia in a day from Madrid is near impossible without a car rental and some serious time management. On this trip, you get to see both cities as a guide charts their history, minus the stress of organizing transport. Plus, you’re certain of seeing the key sights, including Toledo’s Primada Cathedral, and Segovia’s Roman aqueduct and Alcazar. Ideal if you’re pressed for time and want a day out of Madrid.
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Chaitanya wrote a review Apr 2020
Cambridge, Canada812 contributions252 helpful votes
The gate is the entryway to the old town of Toledo. On a regular day, it would a regular entrance archway, no doubt historically significant. We visited closer to christmas and hence the decor around the gate, made it beautiful. Was worth the visit. Also very close to the tourist centre and a good spot to catch the bus to Mirador del valle viewpoint.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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zinear wrote a review Jan 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia266 contributions88 helpful votes
It looks like another stone gate, but it has been around a long time, like many parts of Toledo. I enjoy history and thought this was a cool spot to drop by in Toledo; however, there's not a ton of information at the gate itself. If you really enjoy history, I think this is a worthwhile spot to check out just to see it. Otherwise, though, I wouldn't go too far out of your way to see it. That said, the route we took to get here took us through other parts of Toledo we wouldn't have seen otherwise!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Radhika wrote a review Oct 2019
Thane, India47 contributions16 helpful votes
Initially we were searching for it. But later we figured it looks like a gate entrance with a medical building.... It is usually not crowded, so makes a nice place for pictures... Feels peaceful walking around... No entrance fee just an open place...
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Antarsul wrote a review Aug 2019
New Jersey149 contributions132 helpful votes
Very nice spot for pictures and perfect place to start your hike throughout the city. Toledo is like a trip to the past through a very charming town. Wonderful sights, narrow streets, lots of souvenir shops, restaurants and a wonderful cathedral. Stop by the tourist information office very closed to the puerta de bisagra, grab a map and an explanation of the main sights, and walk right through the door into this wonderful little town.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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jmeem42016 wrote a review Aug 2019
Dee Why, Australia809 contributions531 helpful votes
The first point about this gate is that if you are tevelling by car and want to spend time walking around in the old city you are unlikely to find a parking place in the old city or if you do, it will almost certainly be limited to one hour or less. If you drive on the main road leading to Puerta de Bisagra you can find places where you can park 4 hours.People say you can admire the gate from a bus but I believe you need to see this one up close because it was built by the Moors which means probably around 1000 AD then rebuilt after the Reconquesta at the end of the 15th century. Both towers and the gate itself are in good shape and very photogenic. Once it was attachd to the Arrabal church which is now separate but just inside, then if you take the cobblestone main street the train station is a short walk on your left.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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