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Toledo Half-Day Tour from Madrid

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  • 5 hr

Upon arrival we start with a panoramic walking tour of Toledo, into the old quarters to visit the Town Hall Square and visit the inside of the impressive Primate Cathedral. If you did not buy thesupplement for the Cathedral, you have free time. Continuationto the old Palace of Justice and the City Hall. We will continue ourwalk through the old Jewish quarter with its narrow streets to enter and visit the Church of St. Tomé, with the very famous paintingof El Greco "El entierro del Conde Orgaz". Then we visit the old Synagogue of St. Maria la Blanca, which remains as a symbol ofthe coexistence of the "Three Cultures". We will also visit a typical factory of Damasquino, well known handicraft art of Toledo.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Plaza De Zocodover

Emblematic Toledo square with market on Tuesdays, community events and tourist train.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Iglesia de Santo Tome

The Church of Santo Tomé, is located in the city of Toledo, and has great importance for housing the work The Burial of the Lord of Orgaz

Duration: 20 minutes

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Beyond its concrete historical and artistic value, the Cathedral Church has a value and a theological significance as a reference for the pastoral life of the whole diocese, for priests and for the lay faithful. In addition, the cathedrals have been the forge place of our Western and European culture; they were the embryo of the current universities, they anticipated welfare work and they were art workshops. Today the cathedrals are witnesses of that culture and message of transcendence and values ​​for the people of today.

Stop At: Synagogue of Saint Mary the White

Santa María la Blanca is a temple located in the Spanish city of Toledo. Built in 1180 as a synagogue and, having functioned as such for 211 years, it was expropriated and transformed into a church as a result of the pogrom of 1391. At present the building belongs to the Catholic Church, but there is no cult in it. It is open to the public and functions as a museum or center where both cultural and educational activities take place.

Duration: 30 minutes