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There's no denying the fact that Toledo is one of those places where you can't help but halt for a couple of days if you are heading to Madrid. Being declared an UNESCO World Heritage site, Toledo stands with its own legacy for you to see while you are on a Spanish vacation. A visit to the city's old centre will give you a multitude of places to see like the ancient churches and town hall, as well as the 16th century fort.
Toledo is located on a large hill and surrounded by the Tagus River on three sides by large walls. There is also a grand bride that allows you access to the city, just as it was during the medieval times. The twisting streets create a mystery as you are dwarfed by the monumental buildings and irregular, mountainous terrain.
You must not leave Toledo without finding a treasure at one of the quaint street market vendors or antique stores down the narrow alleyways. For accommodation, there are a great many hotels that are quite luxurious and surrounded by splendid gardens and courtyards. In the plaza, you can enjoy the fine cuisine and traditional dishes that are served, like pork, hare and rabbit, as well as fine Arabic style pastries.