Garcilaso is a big pub in The Old Town near Santo Tomé. It is a big two-storey bar very originally decorated and comfortable. There are cushions you can use, places where you can lie down and the atmosphere is relaxing, with soft music and lights.
There is a stage in the bottom floor, normally used as another part of the pub, where sometimes they organise music performances which you are able to watch from the second floor.
Their specialties are milkshakes(4€) and coffees(2.5-up €), maybe a bit expensive for a teenager.
You don't need any special clothes to enter in this bar.
The worst thing is that waiters and waitresses aren't attentive enough, but the food is always on time
Dress Code: Whatever
Recaredo is a place where all the young people go every Saturday.
There you can sing, dance and meet new people of course.
You are going to laugh a lot and maybe drink alcohol too.
There are some slopes but they are dirty.
In front of the square, there is land without trees and a playground.
Dress Code: If you want to have more fun, no heeled shoes.
Toledo can be VERY quiet by night, even at the weekend. I'd recommend a one night stay maximum. It's an incredibley beautiful place by day but expect the steets to empty after dark. The locals socialise in their own areas outside the old town. There are a lot of day trippers who vanish back to Madrid when the sun goes down.
Even late in the evening it was still very hot in Toledo, but much more bearable than during the day. Toledo is much quieter at this time of day and it's hard to beat sitting outside on a warm evening with a cold beer. There are plenty of cafes and bars with outdoor terraces in the old town.
Who would have thought? Toledo REALLY has nightlife! If not the liveliest of them, it’s undeniable that they know how to use their "natural resources", like recicling one of their spare churches into a disco. This is the case with the old church of San Vicente that has become one of the most amazing nightclubs I’ve seen recently.
this a nice irish pub located a half a block away from the placa zocodover in the old quarter of toledo. a good place to get tips on toledo from english speaking locals.
The Red Theater looks like a great place to catch a show. There's a show scheduled printed out front, otherwise you can get it from the tourist office.