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The most popular car hire location in Toledo is by the train station. There is an Enterprise desk just a few minutes' walk away, and Europcar is a 15-min walk away.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Toledo are Europcar, Keddy, Enterprise, Hertz and Budget.
Warmest month: July (25°C)
Coldest month: January (6°C)
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While most Spanish cities offer just a handful of historic sites, Toledo provides a jackpot of monuments.
Every inch of the rocky mound the city is perched upon has been covered with cobbled streets, winding their way around an array of churches, mosques, and synagogues. The city as a whole appears as an open-air museum.
Preceding Madrid as the capital of Spain, it flourished during the 8th century when Christians, Arabs and Jews lived side by side, spurring a cultural and artistic legacy.
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The ultimate Toledo road trip
Madrid–Barajas Airport – MAD
You can pick up your car hire at Madrid–Barajas Airport, the main fly-in location.
Spend a few days in Toledo before heading off on your road trip.
The birthplace of St Teresa, this walled city is a historic pilgrimage site.
Spain’s Golden City, filled with architectural, religious and gastronomic riches.
The metropolitan capital of the province of León, with a flare for historic architecture and links to the Santiago de Compostela.
Olla de San Vicente
This lagoon, with its sparkling waters and white rocks, is a great place for a wild swimming adventure.
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Though born in Crete and trained in Italy, El Greco lived and worked in Toledo for most of his life. Toledo was immortalized and made famous by the mannerist painter. The artist’s name now defines the city, his depictions passionately capturing the city’s atmosphere during the 16th century.
The two surviving landscape paintings by the artist are both of Toledo. You can find the View and Plan of Toledo at the Museo Del Greco, located in the city’s Jewish Quarter. The museum is a recreation of El Greco’s home and showcases his most modern works, primary created in Toledo, as well as paintings by his followers.