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Best Things to Do in Toledo Spain

Are you planning a trip to Toledo and trying to decide what things to do while you are here? Let’s take a look at some of the things you should put on your to-do in Toledo list. Shopping Eating Sightseeing Toledo at night Shopping in Toledo The historic area of Toledo Spain has something for […]

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The Best Restaurants in Toledo Spain

Toledo offers visitors a wide assortment of dining experiences. From the typical regional and local dishes to Michelin starred restaurants, you will not be disappointed with the food in Toledo. Let’s take a closer look at the restaurants in Toledo. I would recommend that you use an app called TheFork as an easy way to […]

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5 Travel Accessory “Must-Haves”

A Travel Wallet (preferably with RFID blocking) The fear of being pickpocketed and losing your money as well as you passport and other valuables is probably one of the things travelers feel the most anxious about. The phrase “out of sight out of mind” is true when it comes to traveling. And keeping your valuables […]

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10 Things to See in Toledo Spain in a Day

The historic area of Toledo Spain is located on top of a hill, and surrounded by defensive walls and the Tagus river. It’s not a large area, and you can basically walk from one side to the other in 30 minutes. But it is also jammed packed full of things to see too! With more […]

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Toledo Spain: The best things to do

The city of Toledo has an incredible history. The same city that the Romans, Visigoths, Muslims, Jewish, and Christian people all called home at some point was also the one time capital of Spain. With it’s many museums, churches & cathedrals, attractions, art collections, and restaurants there is no shortage of things to do during your […]

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Discover the city gates of Toledo Spain

The city of Toledo is surrounded by an impressive wall that was built by the Romans, modified by the Visigoths, enlarged by the Muslims and rebuilt by the Christians. Over time, as each culture influenced Toledo, it’s size grew and the defensive walls were expanded outward to the position we can see today. As the […]

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Where to buy Marzipan in Toledo Spain

If you love eating sweets, or if you have a family member that love sweets, then your taste buds will be delighted that you are planning a trip to Toledo. And after researching and planning your trip, you have no doubt seen and read all about a delicious treat call marzipan, and you are now […]