The light and welcoming rooms come with a private bathroom, a hairdryer and a king-sized bed. They also include a direct dial telephone, satellite TV, a radio, an Internet connection, a hire safe and individually controllable air conditioning/ central heating.
Main landmarks: Cathedral, Alcázar, El Greco Museum, Sinagoga del Tránsito and Sinagoga Santa Maria de la Blanca (synagogues), Sefardí Museum, San Juan de los Reyes Monastery, San Servando Castle, Museum of the Santa Cruz, Santo Tomé’s Church and the Greco’s painting “The Burial of Count Orgaz”, Tavera Hospital and its museum etc. Theatrical visits and night tours through the city’s old town. Ecologic tours through the river Tajo. Sports: golf, hiking, and horse back riding. Breathtaking views of the city from “El Valle”, Piedra del Rey Moro, near Toledo’s Parador (high class tourist hotel) Distancies: Madrid (45 minutes), Aranjuez (gardens and palace), Toledo’s mountain range, with impressive Mediterranean forest landscapes, hidden villages and traditional “fiestas”, hiking possibilities, game hunting, fishing, Castillo Templario in San Martín de Montalbán, Castles of Guadamur, Almonacid, Escalona and Consuegra (the last one located next to restored windmills), monuments in Illescas (there you can see several paintings by El Greco, a church with a Mudejar tower etc), la Puebla de Montalbán or Ocaña. You can also adventure yourself in the Route of Don Quixote. In the North-West side of the province you can find the foothills of the “Sierra de Gredos”, extensive chestnut and oak forests at the Sierra de San Vicente and beautiful little villages. Local gastronomy combines Castilian rural influences (roasts, breadcrumbs), Arabian influences (marzipan, desserts) and game (stewed partridge, venison) with the best local wines (Denominación de origen La Mancha and Méntrida). Also very interesting discovering local craftsmanship such as Damasquinado (of Arab origin), ceramics and leather and wrought-in iron armors and swords (Toledo is famous for its steel).