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Please don't underestimate the time you need to visit this cathedral because there will be a lot to read, listen and see in this cathedral. The sacristy alone is dubbed as mini Prado, and you get a sense of the time you will need. Including...More
Besides the cathedral where we spent over an hour, the town is charming. Walk the cobblestone streets, stop for marzipan, walk across the bridge, and drive up to the lookout. We left Madrid about 9:30 and got back about 4 in time to do some...More
The Cathedral of Toledo is an imposing example of Gothic architecture that is not to be missed. The Sacristy is filled with paintings by El Greco and one or two by Goya. Tickets are purchased at a ticket office across the street, and the queue...More
Went on day trip, was fantastic. Absolutely stunning inside. The audio guide provided great context. Easy to get to from Renfe. If you walk towards the town there is and escalator that takes you to the top of the city and you can save lots...More
Toledo is a very easy day trip from Madrid on the AVANT rail. The Cathedral is the main attraction and worth a visit. Used the audio guide which helped explain a little more of the significance of what you were looking at. Beautiful church.
Admission fee was 12.5 euros including audio guide.. Actually long queue to buy the tickets... It is an amazing cathedral..It is 13th century Gothic cathedral (Catedral Primada Santa María de Toledo).. Toledo is located at the top of the hills and hilly area. Very narrow...More
I've traveled to Europe quite a bit and like the old churches a lot. I have not been to Rome yet, but that said this church is the best. It is amazing in every aspect. The alter is gold. It's huge arched ceiling is quite...More
It is €10 to get into the cathedral, this includes an audio guide which provides a great tour of the cathedral.The cathedral is truly stunning the main chapel, choir and fresco are breathtakingly beautiful. This was one of our top 2 from our trip to...More
We had a timed entry pass to go up the tower. We entered the Cathedral about a half hour before our scheduled time, walked around the Cathedral for about 20 minutes and arrived at the base of the tower about 10 minutes... More
We had a timed entry pass to go up the tower. We entered the Cathedral about a half hour before our scheduled time, walked around the Cathedral for about 20 minutes and arrived at the base of the tower about 10 minutes before our scheduled time and only had to wait a few minutes. After coming down you can spend as much time seeing the rest of the Cathedral as you want.
I can not say for sure about this but I think 10 am and it varies about closing but 6.30 rings a bell. This place can be busy but it is interesting. The audio guide is fairly good, only had 2 moments of ??.