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 – a sturdy paper one – that’s waterproof and difficult to tear. I kept mine on for 7 days before cutting it off (I couldn’t just break it ….). Whilst the bracelet is on your wrist, you can visit the named monuments as many times as you want.
The monastery is most easily accessed from the Cambron Gate, but – since Toledo is eminently walkable – you can easily walk to it from anywhere in the city. It’s a 15th century Franciscan building, and its architecture is beautiful. The cloisters provide a peaceful haven. Absolutely worth a visit – and don’t miss the chains hanging from one of the exterior walls ….
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