Sinagoga de Santa María La Blanca
Sinagoga del Tránsito
This magnificent synagogue was built in 1355 by special permission of Pedro I. Toledo's former judería (Jewish quarter) was once home...
Monasterio San Juan de los Reyes
This imposing 15th-century Franciscan monastery and church of San Juan de los Reyes was provocatively founded in the heart of the Jewish...
This attractive multilevel place has a bit of everything, from trashy late-night dancing on weekends to comedy nights and quiet...
Convento San Antonio
The Franciscan nuns here sell their sweet speciality, corazones de San Antonio (San Antonio hearts) for €8 a box.
Lonely Planet review
This pretty Mudéjar synagogue has five naves divided by rows of horseshoe and multifoil arches. Originally the upper arches opened onto rooms where women worshipped; the men were down below. Admire the stucco work and ornate capitals; the presence of nuns and a curious exhibition sponsored by a Catholic organisation founded by a converted Jew might offend some visitors.