Camping Circo Romano

Address: Avenida de Carlos III, 19, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45004, Spain and Canary Islands | Campground
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This campground, located on Avenida de Carlos III, 19, Toledo, is near Santo Domingo Convent and El Greco's Museum, Cronos Toledo, Toledeport, and Centro Cultural de la Caja Rural.
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Travel Blogs from Toledo

Another day in Toledo

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 26, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... 8221;) It is a powerful piece and his message was it was a disgrace for Spain.

Our last museum of the day was the Museo del Greco. Born in Crete, El Greco came to Toledo in 1577 to paint the altarpiece in the convent of Santo Domingo of Antiguo. Enchanted by the city, he stayed, painting religious portraits and altarpiece for other churches. Although, El Greco was trained in Italy and influenced by masters his works are closely with the city where ...


A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 30, 2014


... re in Toledo even before you know it. On the way back, it was a little confusing because the train is actually bound for Seville, but it stops in Madrid, but I figured it out. Actually I just figured if I ended up in Seville there would probably be another train back to Madrid or I could figure out somewhere to stay the night. But it ended up in Madrid so I was all right.

The Cathedral in Toledo is phenomenal. It's 8 ...

February 28, 1360 - Toledo, Spain

A travel blog entry by catthi on Feb 28, 2014

1 photo

... go there, you see a plethora of different people. You can see Christians, Muslims, and Jews all live together peacefully in one city and it gives me hope that we, as religions, can learn how tolerate each other. One of my favorite places would be La Catedral de Toledo, where Mamá and I worship every Sunday. However, I also love passing by La Sinagoga del Tránsito, the local synagogue, built only five years ago. What I love about ...

Holy Toledo!

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Oct 18, 2013

37 photos

... the inside because the main area was broken up into 5 corridors. The typical catholic churches over here only have 3. To me, the most amazing aspect of the church was that nearly every single square inch of marble, stone, wood, and metal work in the place was carved in intricate designs and faces. The amount of money that went in to this place is astonishing, not to mention the work done in building it. The organ was enormous. I can only imagine what the place ...

Around the city

A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on May 30, 2013

22 photos

As one of the first parts of the festival, we were greeted by a morning cannon bombardment. We had breakfast in the room and headed off. There's a path around Toledo, and the peak of the festival seemed like an excellent time to get out of the city and explore it. There were many guards in the streets, armed with automatic weapons. What use would those be? Riot, bombing, lunatic with a gun – ...

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