Puerta Nueva de Bisagra
Mezquita del Cristo de la Luz
On the northern slopes of town you'll find a modest, yet beautiful, mosque (the only one remaining of Toledo's 10) where architectural...
Museo Duque de Lerma
Built in 1541, this former hospital contains an interesting array of art, including some of El Greco's last paintings.
Círculo de Arte
There are several venues for enjoying foot-tapping live sounds, including this classy place in a converted chapel, with its regular...
Hostal del Cardenal
This hotel-restaurant enjoys one of Toledo's most magical locations for eating alfresco; it's tucked into a private garden entered via...
Puerta Nueva de Bisagra information
Lonely Planet review
Large portions of the old city walls remain intact and, for many people, the first sight of old Toledo is the imposing turrets of the Puerta Nueva de Bisagra (1550), emblazoned with Carlos I's coat of arms.