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My son just moved to Toledo and he organized this
museum visit. Charming guide who led us through
the hospital which was first used for the poor and then military during Spanish Civil War.
Tip: time it so you arrive for tour - ours was...More
This place is outside the city walls, on the way in if you are coming from the north. You can visit the courtyard, church and sacristy without a guide, but the museum and pharmacy is by special guided tour only. Beautiful tapestries, which unfortunately have...More
The museum is located outside the city walls, on the road leading directly across from the Bisagra Gate. Fortunately, it was close to our hotel (the NH Hesperia) so getting there was an easy post-breakfast stroll.
We hadn’t realised that access to the interior was...More
We walked here from our hotel in the Jewish Quarter - a very pleasant half hour amble outside the old city walls and through a park. Because it is outside the city and off the main tourist trail we were the only ones there!!! The...More
Our expectations were set by the literature and the narration on the tourist bus. We were disappointed. The paid tour includes access to the archives, which are small, and the church, which, takes about 4 minutes to cover.
Used to be a poor people's hospital outside Toledo city walls now a museum. Well worth a visit very quiet, packed with amazing antiques and your own guide. The church has two actual el Greco paintings too
The highlight of this palace are the paintings by El Greco (inside the chapel); but don't miss the guided tour (included in the entrance fee) of the rest of the building. The library seems to be like taken out of a Harry Potter's movie (Hogwarts)....More
Had the palace to myself and had a personal tour - It is outside the city walls and hence off the main route.
Amazing art - and interesting history
The 15th/16th Cent. Pharmacy is a rare collection - One of only a handful in Europe....More
We had this place to ourselves and did the guided tour on our own. It is outside the city walls so gets missed by most people. The building is very striking and it has a long history, being owned by the same family. It was...More
This 16C Renaissance building has a large columned courtyard and the buildings house painting by Titian, Tintoretto, El Greco, and some stunning tapestries! The old pharmacy has a large collection of Talavera ceramic containers. Allow 90 to 20 minutes to get the full feel of...More