"Once your private guide picks you up from your Madrid accommodation (if option selected) you will head off to Toledo in a private car with chauffeur.You can choose or private vehicle to Segovia or train ride to Segovia. You can customize your tour to fit your needs and interests. See below an example of what you could include Synagogue El Transito Church of Santiago del Arrabal El Cristo de la luz (small mosque-oratory built in 999 then converted to a church) Tonerías Mosque Alcazar fortress Puerta de Bisagra Nueva (Main entrance and face of Toledo) Puerta de Bisagra (main entrance to the city in Andalusian times) Puerta del Sol
Toledo Your Own Way with Tourist Bracelet from Madrid
"Visit the most famous monuments The old Jewish Quarter with its narrow streets and the Church of St.Tomé with the famous painting by El Greco “The Burial of Count Orgaz”. You will also visit The Old Synagogue of St. Maria la Blanca which remains as a symbol of the coexistence of multiple cultures in Toldeo The Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes and The Cristo de la Luz Mosque with the tourist bracelet. The a great way to get to know this unique city. This is one the most visited cities in the world take advantage of this excellent opportunity to learn and feel the city as a local."
"You will meet your guide in Madrid´s agreed location and then head to Toledo. Once you arrive to Toledo you will be able to choose from three options: whether to do the walking tour on your own or combine your walking tour with the “Tourist Bracelet” or the “Tourist Train”.Booking with Tourist Bracelet:The “Pulsera Turística” (Tourist bracelet) gives you access to enter and enjoy the six most important monuments of Toledo and their ancient history: The Jesuit church
This castle was built as a monastery according to an order King Of Castile Alfonso VI in honor of the Saints Servando and Germano. But due to the fact that it is close to the Alcántara Bridge it was...
The headquarters of the Banco Español de Crédito, also named Palacio de la Equitativa, a triangular building located between Calle Alcalá and Calle Sevilla, was built between 1882 and 1891.