Toledo, a World Heritage City, captures better than any other the History of Spain and at the same time is a reference for its future.
The city is a monument in itself, gifted with one of the greatest concentrations of art in all of Europe. Furthermore, it is a lively craft and cuisine market: its swords, damasquinos, wines, cheeses and marzipan have a worldwide reputation.
The variety of names with which Toledo has been known through time provide evidence of its historical importance: land of Don Quixote, Capital of the Visigoth Spain, City of the Three Cultures, Jerusalem of the West, medieval metropolis, esoteric centre, Main Cathedral of Spain, Sephardic town, Arabic labyrinth, inspiration of El Greco, Imperial City, kingdom of legends…
Toledo is, to summarize, an explosion of culture.