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We visited Toledo, the long-time capital of Spain, on a perfect day. We took the train station from Madrid from the Atoche Station at 9:20 and our guide met us at the train station at 9:53. Buy your tickets on line and even though you may not know your return time, you can always exchange your ticket for an earlier (but not later) departure. The cathedral is stunningly beautiful with unique art and history. The Jewish section of town is interesting as well, with but two remaining synagogues, one with Moorish architecture, the other with a comprehensive history of Judaism in general and in Spain specifically. Our guide took us into the basement of a Jewish home with a hidden Mikvah which we suspect was used by Marranos. We ended with El Greco's "Burial of the Count of Orgaz", surely his greatest painting. The guide also gave us a great recommendation for lunch, and after wandering for another couple hours we returned to Madrid at 5:30. Our best day in Spain.

Excellent! Really good documentations of the guide and very helpful. The driver was great, on return everybody slept in the van! Instead of renting a car and do it on your own, this trip with tour guide is the best: taking all your worries so you dive in a part of Spanish History and culture. Thank you guys!

I was extremely pleased to have such an excellent tour through the most important sites through this culturally rich city. Being able to cut through lines and have someone explain the details and information rather than listen to audioguides and text made it so much more pleasant.

Our guide, Diego had so much knowledge that he shared with us. He also spoke in Spanish and English throughout the entire tour to accommodate everyone. It was great!

It was a good trip if you have limited time and want to experience a little bit of the three different towns.