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Puerta de Toledo represents one of the nineteen city gates that had the Walls of Philip IV. Annoyingly it sits in the middle of a roundabout, though there's no need to cross it to get up close as it's quite a small roundabout. The gate...More
An impressive arch structure part of the old wall of Madrid. Not sure it’s worth a specific visit but if you’re passing it’s worth a photo. It’s in the middle of a roundabout though so the area is very busy with traffic.
Travelled to Toledo from Madrid via Renfe railroad. Cost for two adult returns 41 euros. Be advised to book your train in advance as once the train is full the company stops selling tickets (unlike many countries - the UK for instance - which allows...More
This is one of the most impressive arches in Madrid however it is a bit out of the way so I suggest come on a Sunday and spend an hour or two in the Flee Market located about 500 metres West of here in La...More
This old gate dating of very early 19th century was the entrance of the city South West and it has a significant historical importance for Madrid. From there some of the best walks to explore Madrid start