Attractions In The Area
It is surrounded by a landscape of singular beauty, in the Sierra de Gredos. In 1461, it was donated by King Enrique IV to his favorite Don Beltrán de la Cueva, ancestor of the current owner and also owner of the Cuéllar castle.
It consists of two square-shaped enclosures with circular cubes in the corners. Remains of columns, walls and staircases, and it ...View More
The Ruiz de Luna Museum in Talavera de la Reina occupies a former Augustinian convent from the 17th century. The purpose of the museum space is to house the personal collection of ceramist Juan Ruiz de Luna, which is composed of valuable pieces of Talavera pottery from the 16th to the 20th centuries, including personal works by the artist.
The collection as it is currently conserved serves as a reminder of both the splendor ex...View More
Bernuy Aventuras has prepared an exciting circuit in trees and ropes in Bernuy district of Malpica de Tajo, 30 km from Talavera de la Reina and 45km from Toledo.
They are waiting for children and adults, 30,000m² ready for adventure and so you do not stop for a second.
Test your skills, your sense of balance, your coordination of movements, your control in situations that apparently involve some risk in our park of height "The Two Towers...View More
There is no certainty of the concrete date in which Santa María del Prado began to be worshiped . There is something that can certainly be affirmed: it is one of the oldest images, if not the oldest, of the Diocese. Is it a gift to Talavera from King View More
This is the site of the archaeological site known as "City of Vascos", which corresponds to the remains of an old madina (city) of al-Andalus that was inhabited between the 9th and 12th centuries, and which is currently depopulated .
Their rest are located to the west of the province of Toledo, very next to the limit with the one of Cáceres, in the municipal term of Navalmoralejo to fi...View More
Former convent of observant Franciscans founded by Fray Hernando de Talavera in 1494 with the name of San Francisco el Nuevo. The Franciscans took advantage of the abandoned temple of Santa Leocadia to settle, so the church was renamed San Francisco convent and the street where it was was no longer called shoe stores to become the street of San Francisco. This had an original part of the late medieval period of the primitive parish of S...View More