You pay 2 euros to walk it’s grounds really. At least it was a good respite from the midday sun. Could have done better with some English commentary
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We saw this church and monastery as part of day excursion from Madrid with Amigo tours. This monastery was originally finished in 1504. In 1809 the monastery was badly damaged by Napoleon's troops during their occupation of Toledo and it was completely restored in 1967....More
even the scorching heat in the middle of summer did not prevent us from having fun doing all sorts of poses at the facade of this monastery. its gothic structure lie formidably in Toledo because of its central location and the province was once the...More
We enjoyed the chapel to rest and cool off after a busy day of walking about. Great acoustics for singing a Gregorian chant (no one else was there!). The cloister was impressive as well.
This is one of seven specific monuments in Toledo that you can visit with a “tourist bracelet”, which you can buy from any one of the seven monuments. It’s cheaper than buying tickets for the seven places separately. And it really is a bracelet –...More
This Gothic monastery (plus some Moorish aspects) is a lovely, albeit small, place to visit. I loved the courtyard. The architecture is awesome.
I though this was a very impressive building. On our first night in Toledo we walked into the town above the Monastery and there is a lovely scenic viewpoint looking down over it. It looked magical with the sun setting behind it. I thought that...More