Points of Interest & Landmarks • Churches & Cathedrals
Popular things to do
Top Attractions in Toledo
*Likely to sell out: Based on Viator’s booking data and information from the provider from the past 30 days, it seems likely this experience will sell out through Viator, a Tripadvisor company.
What travelers are saying
- This Cathedral is not only breath taking but is also huge (3rd largest in Europe). They have some amazing artwork (including works by El Greco). It is on of the great Gothic structures in Europe. Many reviews call it a "must-see" and I certainly agree.Written November 7, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- One of the must see things to do when visiting Toledo in our opinion is seeing this viewpoint - just magnificent, even on a cloudy day!! So peaceful, with the water below and if go early morning - not crowded. So glad we didn't miss it!Written October 28, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Lovely little place. A few rooms with information about Manchego then the chance to enjoy the cheese with a glass of wine and some nibbles. The staff were all very friendly and informative.Written November 20, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was a surprisingly beautiful stop in Toledo. The exterior is quite lovely with its Gothic details. The cloister is a nice space, especially the upper level, which has beautiful wooden ceilings and the carved symbols from Ferdinand and Isabella's time. It is an interesting blend of Gothic and Moorish detail. The church is well worth a visit. It is quite spartan and without much color, but some of the stone work on the walls is quite fascinating. It surprised us, as the door is quite small and you step into an enormous space. It is also part of the €12 "bracelet" group.Written October 28, 2022
- We love charming medieval villages/towns and Toledo is right up there with the best! It's larger than Segovia so has different feel to it, but definitely recommend going with a guide or taking your time to wander not only touristy streets but charming quiet alleyways, very nice indeed! Went on a weekday last week - not crowded at all fortunately. Has a different feeling to it than Segovia in our opinion - this one takes longer to walk which is nice if have the time. We feel both cities are must sees!Written October 28, 2022
- You would never expect to experience the incredible entertainment in such a location. It blew away all of our expectations! Right from the car park, you hear the music and are excited to enter. The staff members are in full character and it continues through the entire park. There are allocated smoking areas (YAY, you don't have random people smoking around you!!) and there are plenty of different cuisines around the park for food. The shows are out of this world. You can see how much they have invested into these shows to make them jaw-dropping. Make sure you take good walking shoes, not sandals or any open shoes. It is not concrete that you'll be walking on. Take some snacks, a water bottle and a hat. In other words, go prepared!! It's a shame that they don't provide English headsets, maps or information. Two things that I must comment on, which were VERY disappointing: Number 1 was the outrageous amount of people that they allowed inside the closed entertainment arenas. They made an announcement that the halls were only 75% full due to COVID but that was most certainly a lie. There wasn't an empty seat in the house, for any of the shows. This was very uncomfortable because you could see some people taking their masks off and no staff member was walking around to make sure that people were adhering to the protocols. What made matters worse was that there was zero ventilation in the halls, so everyone was getting their fans out and taking their masks off. Number two, was the "welcome" in one of the shows, where the entertainer was asking the audience to turn their phones off, not take photos, etc in the form of different cultures. Now, this may have been funny years ago but not anymore. There is NOTHING funny about mocking different cultures. It was disgusting, ignorant and racist. This needs to be changed immediately. All the Spanish people were laughing but no foreigner was. It is not funny to make fun of other cultures. Please wake up. I hope that these issues are changed because this is definitely one of the most incredible theme parks that everyone needs to visit!!Written September 12, 2021
- We were recommended to enter the city by this bridge. It is worth doing if you fancy the walk, but be warned the stroll into the old city is up hill!Written November 4, 2022