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Découvrez la fascinante ville de Tolède, qui abrita autrefois le grand peintre El Greco, au cours de ce tour au départ de Madrid. Plongez dans un brassage de trois cultures – chrétienne, musulmane et juive – et choisissez entre deux itinéraires pour une journée pleine de cathédrales gothiques historiques, de visites touristiques, de tapas espagnoles et de dégustation de vin. Visitez la cathédrale Sainte-Marie de Tolède, l'église de Santo Tomé, la Sinagoga de Santa Maria La Blanca et une mosquée locale. À midi, choisissez d'avoir un peu de temps libre pour vous promener dans la ville ou pré-réservez ce tour avec un repas espagnol dans un restaurant local. Votre tour prendra fin après la visite d'un domaine vinicole local où votre dégustation de vins aura lieu.
Tour was organized well and provided a comprehensive experience of the magnificent city of Toledo.Beatrice, our tour guide, was both knowledgeable and pleasant to be with on our all day excursion. Mateo, our tour driver, kept us safe and punctual on a very comfortable small-sized transport. Marie, the winery host, shared interesting insight into the wine making process and of course excellent wine!Lunch on our own in a local bar added authenticity to our memorable experience.
A great day visiting a beautiful old city. So glad we took a guided tour as the meandering streets and alleyways would have been a challenge to maneuver on our own. A couple of hours was just perfect to see the city. The tour included a very nice traditional lunch which was outside of town. The winery was a half hour ride from there. Would probably opt to do something different. I guess I didn’t realize it was far from town and I’ve visited a winery before so the tour was very good but I’ve heard it before. Great guide. Taking the minibus was a good decision too.
This is a really fun day. Enjoyed the tour of Toledo and the wine tasting. The optional lunch is a bit of a disaster. If you don't select the lunch, which i wouldn't recommend, they come back and get you in town. of course, we rushed to meet them and then they were late because group lunches take forever. I think they should just nix the lunch completely and let everyone go on their own or just explore the town more. Also, i didn't appreciate the factor tour where we were supposed to buy things.
great tour. Toledo was amazing, seeing and hearing about the history and the 3 cultures. The winery was fun, and really good wines. Bought some, and just bought some more in the distributor back in the states. well worth the tour.
Toledo is a easy and wonderful day trip from Madrid. We had a very small group only 3! so our tour through the city felt very personable. The coach that drove us was very nice. We especially enjoyed visiting the winery and could have spent more time there. We opted not to have the lunch, but ended up eating the provided lunch and paying for it on our own. The good part of this was that while driving up to the lunch location we stopped for some fabulous, picturesque views of Toledo which we would have missed otherwise. The lunch was only okay and part of us wishes we would have stayed to explore the town more rather than sitting down for a long lunch. Overall a recommended day trip!
Unfortunately we had a guide that was just not into it. I think her name was Carmen
She seamed disinterested and acted like she would have rather been somewhere else.
In fact the we took tips from other tourist who were on different tours and pointed things out to us.
The lunch was good and the restaurant sits on a hill top over looking the town.
The winery was fun the person pouring was a nice guy and he was very generous with the pours.
A lot was covered and although we enjoyed each building we feel that a less time in each one would have been better. The guide seemed disinterested and failed to engage effectively with our group. She often spoke incessantly in a monotone voice before the group were even gathered.