Camping Circo Romano

Avenida de Carlos III, 19, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45004, Spain and Canary Islands | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Toledo

Segovia…Wait no, missed the train. Toledo!

A travel blog entry by hstephens123


... I know of. Toledo is now probably more well known for marzipan and knives, having once boasted the best knives and swords of all of Europe, which means that today every tourist has a wide range of sharp edges to choose from when purchasing souvenirs or gifts for back home.

The most impressive part of Toledo on this trip, other than the fact that it's a lovely walled city sitting on a ...

Terrific Toledo with a sorry stomach

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35


... of Toledo, which is approximately 85,000 people, therefore making the capacity of the cathedral higher than that of every sports stadium in Australia (except the MCG of course). We continued strolling around the pretty streets and seemingly endless trinket shops, which Conor found particularly interesting, as just about every shop had souvenir swords, knifes or trinket pistols for sale. After a long while, we returned to the accommodation where I played a quick game of pool in ...

Today was... absolutely beautiful.

A travel blog entry by idahoteacher


... of Madrid. Yea, that explains some of the outfits I was witnessing. Ouy!

The church, Iglesia de San Antonio de los Alemanes, was on a corner and was quite possibly the smallest church I've ever been in. To be generous, it may have been 200 feet by 200 feet - with the altar, "chapels," nave and ambulatory! But... WOW!!! This place was incredible! It was built in 1624 and is decked out in baroque decadence! The ceiling ...

Lunch at Michel’s Inn

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne


... de los Reyes Monasterio on the other hand was very interesting. A Franciscan monastery had a great cloisture with beautiful and unusual carvings as well as an impressive church. Ferdinand and Isabella were going to be buried there but this did not happen – not sure why.

From the convent we set off down the hill to the San Martin bridge built in the 14th century. This is not to be confused with ...


A travel blog entry by dadonatrain


... city, in a nice setting on a hill in between bends in a river. The cathedral is huge and has some wonderful interior features we had not seen in any of the other cathedrals we visited. We enjoyed it and we got a few good pics of places like the Moorish train station

and a neat keyhole arch view looking out from the main plaza.



This campground, located on Avenida de Carlos III, 19, Toledo, is near Santo Domingo Convent and El Greco's Museum, Cronos Toledo, Toledeport, and Austral.
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