Holiday rentals and apartments in Toledo
Do you want to enjoy a quiet holiday in one of the cities with the most medieval style that you can find in all of Spain? Then travel to the incredible province of Toledo where, in addition to enjoying fabulous holiday rentals, you can explore a wide variety of castles, fortresses, museums as well as neighbouring towns with great charm. In the same way in the surroundings, you can also discover the beautiful nature in its forests, natural parks, as well as enjoy walks through its cobbled streets and visit impressive restaurants, bars, and cafés with authentic typical food from the province that you cannot stop tasting on these holidays. Surely, if what you are looking for is tranquillity for you and your family, Toledo is the best option on these holidays.Lovely holiday rentals with delicate decorated
Enjoy a quiet holiday exploring the surroundings of Toledo, staying in any of the great holiday rentals with everything that you will need. Located in the most exceptionally beautiful areas of the province. You will find everything you are looking for an unforgettable holiday. Tour the living room where you will find a smart television, sound equipment, a selection of films and video games to share a fun time with the family. In the spacious and modern well-equipped kitchen, you will find all the utensils you need to prepare all your meals, as well as a cosy dining room with space for everyone. In the bedrooms you can rest after a day of traveling, in any of the cosy single, double beds with linen included. Additionally, in these properties, you will find high-speed Wi-Fi and private parking for total comfort.
Holidays in Toledo
Like all the towns of Toledo, el Toboso is a charming town that became famous thanks to the work of Cervantes, since it was the birthplace of Doña Dulcinea, the love of Don Quixote de la Mancha. During a tour through this town, you can visit the house-museum of Dulcinea, a typical house of great medieval style that served as inspiration for the figure of Dulcinea, just as you will find sculptures of Don Quixote in its squares. Finally, you cannot miss the Cervantino Museum where you will find many more articles related to the literary work of Cervantes.Explore the fabulous Archbishop Bridge
This is one of the most interesting places you will find in the province of Toledo that allows you to visit the ceramics interpretation centre that offers you a tour to learn about this ancient tradition typical of Toledo. This town owes its name to the famous bridge of 8 gothic-style arches that you will find in the centre of the town, in the same way, in the surroundings, you can visit the Archbishop's Palace or the parish church of Santa Catalina, all these places preserve a beautiful, well-kept gothic-style architecture that undoubtedly will leave you speechless.
Tour the incredible Toledo capital city, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It was the ancient capital of the country until 1561 and is known as the city of the Three Cultures, since Christians, Jews, and Arabs lived together for centuries in this area. When touring the old town, you will find variations of historical and cultural value. You can start the tour by visiting the Primate Cathedral or the Alcázar of Toledo. On the way, you can also walk on old medieval bridges, take a tour of the Jewish quarter where you can find the most famous work of the Greco, known as the burial of the Count of Orgaz. You can discover this and much more touring the old capital.
Following the tour of the medieval towns of Toledo, you cannot miss visiting Camuñas, which you will find located on the mountain of the Cabeza Gorda, a town with a lot of charm and several interesting places to visit, the best known being the mill of La Unión the Renaissance Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción where you will find in its architecture a beautiful Mudéjar tower as well as marvel at the impressive architecture of the clock tower and the hermitage of Veracruz.2. Discover the fascinating Consuegra
Toledo is known for adorable medieval-style small towns with mills. If you are looking for one that portrays one of the scenes of Don Quixote fighting these monsters, you should visit Consuegra where you will find 12 mills from La Mancha distributed in its fields. Preserved since the 16th century, Furthermore, you can visit other places of great historical and cultural interest such as the castle of la Muela conquered by Alfonso the eighth, from where you can enjoy panoramic views of the entire village including the mills.3. Visit the phenomenal Oropeza
Located between the Tagus River and the Sierra de Gredos, an adorable medieval village in this place you can visit the enigmatic tower of homage where the Parador museum of Oropeza is housed. Within this fortress, you can also visit the remains of the old castle with great Arab style and the new castle. Additionally, other places of interest that you can visit are the Palace of Doña Elvira, the Viceroy's Gardens with a great native flora and fauna of the place, and the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción. Enjoy the surroundings and all the tranquillity that these fields can give you.4. Tour the enchanting Puebla de Montalban
Continuing with the tour of Toledo, if you want to continue enjoying adorable sites with great charm, you should visit Puebla de Montalbán, considered one of the largest you will find in this province. You can start the tour by visiting Plaza Mayor, where you will find adorable houses with balconies completely made of wood and find some monuments of the town, such as the parish church of Nuestra Señora de la Paz with a great Gothic style or the Palacio de Los Condes de Montalbán of Great Renaissance style. Certainly, touring this small Villa is to marvel at an authentic work of medieval art.5. Sightsee the fantastic Escalona
One of the must-sees of Toledo is the adorable town of Escalona. This town you will find it located on the banks of the Alberche river and is known for serving as inspiration for the novel El Lazarillo de Tormes, specifically the area of the Escalona square where the events of the last chapters of his novel were written. In this charming medieval town, you can also enjoy a very fascinating historical heritage. Starting with the Mudéjar style castle, which is located in the highest part of the town with panoramic views, you can also tour the old walls and visit the old church of San Miguel Arcangel.