The city of Toledo
Did you know that Toledo is nicknamed “the City of the Three Cultures”? This is because for centuries Muslims, Christians, and Jews all lived here together in peace. The result? The monumental city that you can visit today. You could start off at the Puerta de Bisagra, and take the little street that leads up to what used to be the gate to the city in the Muslim era: the Puerta del Cristo de la Luz. Walking on through the pedestrianised streets, you’ll come to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento square where you’ll see the Archbishop's Palace and the impressive Cathedral of Toledo. Construction began on this spectacular temple in 1226, and the work continued for centuries.