Eurostars Toledo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo San Eugenio s/n, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45003, Spain
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Costs 51% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Travelling in Spain

by elizabetht

My husband and I are travelling to Spain in May. We are staying a few days in Madrid and then going to Toledo for 2 days. Then we are travelling to Sevilla and other parts of the South of Spain. We would like to know if we can travel by speed train from Toledo to Sevilla or do we have to go back to Madrid
to get speed train to Sevilla. Elizabeth

Re: Travelling in Spain

by mccalpin

RENFE (the Spanish rail system) is largely a hub and spoke operation. Like Paris in France, the high speed trains tend to go to/from Madrid and not point to point. Thus, to take a high speed train to Sevilla, you'll have to go back to Madrid...but the trip from Toledo to Madrid Puerta de Atocha is only 30 minutes or so, so it's not so much of a big deal...

Long ago, it was possible to take local trains over to Aranjuez then down to Sevilla, but I don't think those trains even run any more (I looked for them a while ago and couldn't find them)...


Re: Travelling in Spain

by WomBatt

There is no doubt you return to Madrid from Toledo to journey on to Seville.

Travel Tips for Toledo

Toledo is one of the oldest...

by Tolik

Toledo is one of the oldest towns in Spain. The capital of an Iberian tribe, it was captured by the Romans in 192BC and given the name of Toletum. Under the Visigots (between 534 and 712) it again enjoyed the capital status. During the Moorish period the town was known as Tolaitola. In 1087 Toledo become the residence of the kings of Castile and ecclesiastical center of the whole of Spain. With the transfer of the capital to Madrid by Philip II in 1561 the town lost all political importance...

Living Old Town

by travelife

No matter how old Toledo could be, its a living town in modern era. As a result, there's sometimes sudden traffic jam made up of cars inside the old town. And that gives you an opportunity to see the Spaniards making their 'loud' point!

Lavender, Rosemary & Thyme

by keeweechic

The streets are covered with material canopies which are lined with Lavender, Rosemary and Thyme. Wrought iron lamps feature at intervals along the canopies. The buildings are adorned with flowers or floral adornments with flags and tapestries.

Calle de los Alfileritos

by andal13

Calle de los Alfileritos (Little Pins Street) is one of the several narrow streets of the ancient city. The legend says that once upon a time, two lovers were separeted by the war; the lady went each and every night to visit an image of Virgin Mary, situated on this street, to pray for her lover's life. As she was afraid of sleeping, she asked her maid to sting her with a pin; then, she gave the pin to the Virgin, as a proof of her sacrifice. One day, happily, the gentleman came back.
Nowadays, the Toledan girls leave a pin, and ask the Virgin for a boy-friend. I don't know if this works, because when I went there, I forgot the pin!!!

La Calle de los Alfileritos es una de las numerosas callejuelas de la ciudad antigua. Cuenta la leyenda que una vez, dos amantes se vieron separados por la guerra; la dama iba cada noche hasta una imagen de la Virgen María, situada en esta calle, para rezar por la vida de su amado. Como temía quedarse dormida, le pedía a su doncella que la pinchara con un alfiler; luego ofrendaba el alfiler a la Virgen, como prueba de su sacrificio. Un día, felizmente, el caballero regresó...
Hoy en día, las chicas toledanas dejan un alfiler y le piden un novio a la Virgen. Yo no sé si da resultado, porque cuando estuve allí, me olvidé de llevar un alfiler!!!!

Tomas Torquemada

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The court of inquisition (its name is translated as "test") has been founded by the decree of Ferdinand and Isabella for strengthening Catholic belief in the captured country. Moslems and Jews who lived on these grounds, after a christening secretly kept the belief also planned mutinies. The Great Inquisitor was the head of the court. The most well-known inquisitor was a christened Jew Tomas Torquemada. Possibly he became the prototype of a bright image of the Great Inquisitor in "Karamazov Brothers" by Dostoevsky.


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Address: Paseo San Eugenio s/n, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45003, Spain