No wonder UNESCO has named Toledo’s historic center a World Heritage Site. It’s a fascinating mix of different styles and cultures, with churches, mosques and synagogues all side by side. Enter through one of the many gates in the old city wall, such as the famous Moorish Puerta del Sol, and stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets. All of them will lead you to beautiful squares, including the main Plaza de Zocodover, the ancient site that was once an Arab market and is still the center of life in Toledo today.
Toledo’s gastronomy is rich and varied, incorporating flavors from all three cultures and using fresh produce from the surrounding area. Some of the most famous dishes coming out of Toledo include suckling pig and carcamusas, which is veal served in a vegetable ragout, Manchego cheese and marzipan. The old town is full of small restaurants serving traditional food.
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