Explore the downtown of Toledo. Look around and admire the beauty of the picturesque buildings that remind us the importance of Toledo in history of Spain. After a short explanation about the origins of the city, discover why it was called the city of the three religions and how it can be felt even nowadays.
Go ahead through Comercio Street which is full of shops. Discover the exceptional traditional handicraft called "Damasquinado" made of gold partially embedded in steel, and the famous swords made of “toledanean steel”. Go ahead with the guide to arrive at the City Hall Square. Feel small about the enormity of the buildings surrounding you right there, such as the city hall, the archbishop’s house and the most iconic one: the prime cathedral of Spain.
Walk to the old Jewish quarter through the main artery named as Santo Tomé Street. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the city where three religious communities where able to live together peacefully. Finish your visit in a lookout point over the Jewish quarter and contemplate the views around you.