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Toledo At Your Own Pace from Madrid

Toledo At Your Own Pace from Madrid
Tours & Sightseeing > Self-guided Tours & Rentals > Self Guided Tours
$29.41
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

Enjoy this unique opportunity to explore the city on your own, with the optional tourist train or the tourist bracelet.  Upon arrival in Toledo, you may start visiting to see important monuments and quarters of this historical city, known as the city of “Three Cultures”, which was influenced by Christians, Moors and Jewish people who once lived there altogether.

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: Doing the walking tour on your own, combining your walking tour with the “Tourist Bracelet,” or taking 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, Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes (Constructed by the Catholic Monarchs), Christ of the Cross Mosque – (Old Mosque dating to 999), Santo Tomé (Famous mural by el Greco, “Entierro del Señor de Orgaz”), Iglesia del Salvador – (Medieval church with old Roman and Visigoth remains) and finally the Synagogue of Santa Maria la Blanca (dating back to the 12th century)
With this bracelet, you can go back whenever you want to visit the six monuments; it is a credit that does not expire and is reusable while you still have it on your wrist.

Tour Booking With Tourist Train:

This will give you an opportunity to take a ride in a comfortable tourist train that will go through historical narrow streets. You will hear explanations about Toledo’s history and facts. Also, you can use an audio guide in various languages.

Enjoy this unique opportunity to explore the city on your own, with the optional tourist train or the tourist bracelet.  Upon arrival in Toledo, you may start visiting to see important monuments and quarters of this historical city, known as the city of “Three Cultures”, which was influenced by Christians, Moors and Jewish people who once lived there altogether.