What to see in Toledo

Discover Toledo, a city of three cultures

Toledo maintains the traditions and historical monuments of the three cultures that have settled throughout its history, such as the Muslim, Jewish and Christian. The church of Santo Tomé or the synagogue of Santa María la Blanca They are a true reflection of the living tradition of the city in addition to being a national benchmark for its exquisite cuisine.

This historic city located on the hill of Castilla-La Mancha, being the capital of this and main point of interest thanks to its great heritage variety in which below we will highlight the most outstanding historical monuments in the city that was the home of the mannerist painter El Greco.

Panoramic view of Toledo

Panoramic view of Toledo

Toledo Cathedral

Toledo Cathedral

Toledo Cathedral

Definitely, one of the main attractions is the Toledo Cathedral named Santa Maria Cathedral O Primate Cathedral of Spain. Gothic in style and built between the 13th and 15th centuries (1226 Y 1493), stands out for its exquisite and striking exterior facade (up to three different) that make it one of the most important monuments in Spain and most interesting cathedrals in the world. The main facade is built with a tower of 92 meters high; the second is the oldest facade such as the Puerta del Reloj; and the last to be built was the Puerta de los Leones.

Despite its exuberant exterior facade, the interior design of the city's main monument has nothing to envy its exterior face. The Main Chapel and its altarpiece, the Chapter House, the Mozarabic Chapel, stained glass, the Choir or the Treasury, among others, make it worth paying 10 euros to access the interior.

Mirador del Valle

This is not a monument, but it is one of the most valued tourist attractions. The Mirador del Valle has become that space where you can contemplate sunrises and sunsets and enjoy those moments that are kept in the retina. You can see different historical buildings such as the Alcazar or the Tagus River.

Synagogue of Santa María La Blanca

It is one of the samples of the Jewish culture of the Toledo city. Located in the Jewish quarter, It is one of the favorite monuments to visit both residents and tourists. Of Mudejar religious origin, it was built in the 12th century (1180) and used as a synagogue for more than 200 years. Then it was used as a church under the invocation of the Virgin in 1411.

Its exterior architectural cleanliness contrasts with a beautiful interior with horseshoe arches, white walls and octagonal pillars that have subsequently served to build other synagogues in other countries. Besides this, in the Jewish quarter there is another interesting synagogue such as the 14th century Tránsito and inside the Sephardic Museum.

Alcázar of Toledo

Along with the Cathedral of Toledo, the Alcázar is the building that stands out in any panoramic view of Toledo. Located at the top of the city, the historic building dates to the mid-16th century when Charles V ordered the construction of a new royal residence.. This rectangular-shaped medieval fortress has Roman origins and inside is the treasured Library of Castilla-La Mancha.

Monastery of Juan de los Reyes

Monastery of Juan de los Reyes

Monastery of Juan de los Reyes

The convent of San Juan de los Reyes is a monastery belonging to the Franciscan Order, which was built under the reign of Isabel I of Castile with the intention of turning it into a royal mausoleum, commemorating the battle of Toro and the birth of Prince Juan. It is one of the most valuable examples of the Elizabethan Gothic style and the most important building erected by the Catholic Monarchs.

Bisagra Gate in Toledo

Bisagra Gate in Toledo

Bisagra Gate in Toledo

It is of Muslim origin and was totally rebuilt under the reigns of Carlos V and Felipe II.. It is a monumental entrance open in the walls of the north facade of the city of Toledo. The monument is flanked by this entrance two large circular towers. The body that faces the city has another door with a semicircular arch, flanked by two square towers topped by pyramidal roofs.

Zocodover Square

Zocodover Square

Zocodover Square

The Plaza de Zocodover is the current social center of the city, but it also occupies the place where throughout history the markets were installed in Toledo. It is the main square of Toledo and the meeting point of Toledo and tourists. It's more, next to the Plaza de Zocodover, there is Sillería street (where is our office located), which is where the horse saddles were made and those animals that were sold there in the square. It was also a place of inns and inns as it was a transit area for travelers who came to the city.

San Martin Bridge

San Martin Bridge in Toledo

San Martin Bridge

It is one of the most important historical and monumental bridges in the city over the Tagus river next to the Alcantara river that is located at the opposite end. Of Gothic origin, it has the particularity of having a practically flat profile and is supported by a total of five arches or eyes.. Until 1976 this medieval bridge had to withstand road traffic. Currently only pedestrians are allowed.

Church of Santo Tomé

Church of Santo Tomé

Church of Santo Tomé

It is another of the monuments that you cannot miss when visiting Toledo. Not so much for its architectural construction, that also, but because with this visit you can enjoy the spectacular beauty of the famous painting The Burial of the Count of Orgaz by El Greco.

Castle of San Servando

Castle of San Servando

Castle of San Servando

The castle of S. Servando is nestled on the hill of the same name, on the left bank of the Tagus river and near the Alcántara bridge. The castle is made of masonry and red brickwork is the crowning of towers and walls on the southern side. It is one of the best works of Mudejar military architecture in Spain. It was used at different times to defend the confluence of roads that accessed the bridge and as a military defense fortress of the city, For this reason, it was the object of numerous damage and is currently very restored and used as a youth hostel.

Cristo de la Luz Mosque

Cristo de la Luz Mosque

Cristo de la Luz Mosque

This name was acquired when in the 12th century it became a church after the Christian reconquest. Originally built in the 10th century, It is together with the Mosque of Córdoba, the oldest of the mosques that are preserved in Spain.

further, Toledo has become a culinary benchmark in Castilian cuisine. Two of the best restaurants in the city of Toledo are Scorching restaurant El Ambigú located in the heart of Toledo and Scorching Restaurant Toledo; perfect restaurants for a lunch or dinner, with their daily menu or for tapas with friends.

In these restaurants, in addition to the best dishes of Castilian-La Mancha cuisine, we can find specialties in grilled meats as they have yearling veal and Iberian field bait pork and exquisite cuts with a lot of professional training.

RESERVATIONS ABRASADOR TOLEDO RESTAURANT

Scorching Toledo Lounge Restaurant

Scorching Toledo Lounge Restaurant

RESERVATIONS ABRASADOR EL AMBIGÚ

SCARNING RESTAURANT EL AMBIGÚ

Scorching restaurant El Ambigú

Consuegra, the town of the most famous mills in Spain

Consuegra is located in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha, one of the most beautiful and historic towns in all of Spain. Approximately with 11.000 thousand inhabitants, This Toledo municipality has become a benchmark for national tourism due to its variety of history, the many historical buildings to visit and the odd route loaded with Spanish history, like Don Quixote's route. further, Consuegra is known for its remarkable gastronomy, whose recipe book can be found in Don Quixote, and the one from the Montes de Toledo.

The mills of Consuegra

Consuegra treasures 12 windmills

Talking about Consuegra is synonymous with windmills. They are located at the top of the hill to take advantage of the air currents and add a total of 12 windmills. Nowadays. Some of these mills are so old that they date back to the 16th century, being essential in the development of the Toledo town, since the absence of currents prevented the establishment of river mills. These mills were used to grind wheat, to make flour. One of the twelve windmills is called "Sancho" and it still works in a traditional way in Consuegra. Other windmills are dedicated to another La Mancha theme and many others refer to some of the chapters of Don Quixote. The Rucio mill preserves the original machinery from the 16th century and is the only one in Spain that offers daily grinding during 300 days a year. From the hand of one of the last remaining professional millers in La Mancha, We will enter the entrails of the giant to contemplate the operation of its mechanism in a wonderful guided tour. It is said that it is the most famous mill of all there is.

The old town, medieval times of Consuegra

Consuegra Spain Square

The Plaza de España is the Town Hall, the Arch and the Clock Tower, all of them renaissance style. You can also see the Colegio de San Gumersindo or the current headquarters of the Municipal Museum in the Los Corredores building. In this medieval and historical town, you can see the Church of the Holy Christ of Veracruz in a baroque and neoclassical style., In addition, you can also see in this location the Parish Church of Santa María la Mayor. On the other side of the river is the Church of San Juan built in the 16th century and which survived the floods.

Church of the Holy Christ of Veracruz
Parish Church of Santa María la Mayor

Church of San Juan

Muela castle

Muela castle

This fortress is of Muslim origin and is one of the best preserved castles in all of Castilla-La Mancha. It is renovated both inside and outside for visitors. The structure of this castle is unusual. It is made up of a square central structure with a large cylindrical tower on each of its sides.. The enclosure is surrounded by a barrier of which there are only remains in the part that faces the parade ground.

There is a room that was discovered almost by chance years later and that turned out to be one of the immense cisterns that stored water enough to withstand long sieges without problems.. In 1962, Consuegra City Council acquires the castle and began a comprehensive restoration process. As a result, you can access the hermitage, the wells, the round steps, the chapter house, the albarrana tower, the terraces and the barbican.

The Well of the Lizards

The Well of the Lizards

It is an open-air museum that you cannot miss when visiting Consuegra. Colored sculptures that refer to music, writers, etc ... This cultural visit is guided by the author of the works himself, Vicente Manzano. Between visit to the windmills, Historic center of Consuegra is interesting to make a stop on the way and have lunch or dinner at the Abrasador Canela y Limón restaurant, specialist in grilled meat dishes and is in a perfect location in Plaza de España.

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Scorching Interior Restaurant cinnamon and lemon

The sale of meat for home is here to stay

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Esperanza Ramirez, Scorching group

Today we speak with Esperanza Ramirez, Head of Production and co-founder of Grupo Scorching, to see first-hand how consumer demand has changed when making purchases, a daily activity that is not as we knew it a few months ago, since since the state of alarm was decreed, online sales have multiplied, Also of meat!

“Customers were initially reluctant to order perishable goods online but, in our case, once they receive it and see for themselves its quality, repeat "

How has this situation affected the Group?

The COVID-19 crisis has had important consequences in the restaurant sector, the closure of the establishments brought with it an almost total decrease in our Group's turnover. Due to these circumstances we began to "move" a little more our meat delivery service., an online service that Scorching started up three years ago already, but it has not been until now that we have noticed a great rebound in the number of sales.

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Online meat store for home created in 2017

In your case, Could it be said that the confinement has triggered the online sale of meat at home? Why? 

Yes, many people were not aware of this service and orders accounted for a very small percentage of our billing, but everything has changed and, yes, Confinement has triggered the online sale of meat at home. From a few weeks after the alarm state was decreed, you could say that we have tripled online sales of meat.

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Our clients enjoying Scorching Meats at home

Anyway if our billing is 100, when closing all restaurants, we have passed a billing of 5 O 6 but it has helped us to maintain the illusion, see an open door, and above all to know that the client who has tried it has already repeated, so it's a very good sign. The customer has lost fear and has seen how easy it is to order online to enjoy a good meat at home.

Online store
Home meats and iberians

What could you tell me about this new way of shopping? Have you come to stay?

I believe that this new way of shopping, that already existed in Scorching but had not been maximized, has come to stay. This is how our clients show us with each of their comments on social networks (Facebook and Instagram) or with your direct messages, in all of them they congratulate us for the quality of our product and also for the service.

further, keep in mind that it is a very comfortable way to buy, you ask and in a maximum of 48 hours you have the order at home.

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the 100 % of the customer reviews of meats for home are positive

Today, Is transportation for this service free?

From Scorching Group, aware of the current situation, From the beginning of this crisis we decided to put free transport for the distribution of our orders, that is to say, we eliminate shipping costs.

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Free transportation for all meat orders for home during confinement

Have you had to adapt your work system regarding the sale of meat online?

Yes, we have had to readjust our work system to the demand of our clients, since orders have increased a lot and these distribution formats require more work for their preparation. The market has changed in recent weeks and we have adapted quickly to the circumstances.

On the other hand, due to the total closure of the hotel establishments, we were forced to do an ERTE, of which thanks to the growth in sales of meat at home and also to the gradual reopening of the catering sector, We have already started to raise the ERTE for some workers and we hope to rejoin our entire team soon.

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Part of the team preparing meats before confinement

What hygiene and safety measures have you adopted to carry out this service against COVID-19?

There are many measures we take to protect our product and, also to our employees, but we don't do this now, if not forever: use of mask and protective gloves, hydroalcoholic gels, disinfection of common areas several times a day, work and rest shifts ...

All these measures we had previously implemented in the Group and, Thus, we could say that we were prepared and with sufficient protective material. So much so that during the first weeks from Scorching we voluntarily offered this protection material to health services.

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Posts from our clients plus Instagramers

Why choose Scorching Group? What differentiates you from the rest?

The quality of our product is guaranteed since we have an R&D system that allows us to carry out an exhaustive control. further, It must be borne in mind that we are the producers and also those who are in charge of selecting the pieces, hence we always achieve that homogeneity, something that has always made us different. Every day restaurants ask us in surprise how we always achieve the same quality. Now this also happens to us with consumers.

To this we must add that thanks to the R&D system we offer products that are not on the market and that are not found in any butcher shop., They are exclusive products that are very popular with our customers.

Scorching original cuts
Shop meats for home served by portion

How do you see the future from Scorching?

The future is uncertain but from the Scorching Group we are optimistic. We are experiencing difficult times and the economy has been greatly affected but, as I said above, we are convinced that the online meat sales service has come to stay. further, we have a high quality product with very important properties for our body.

At the restoration level, From Scorching we know that it is time to help our associates and we are not going to disappoint them because, Let's get out of this and we have to get out together!

Home meat orders with free transportation

During these weeks we have to stay at home, on the occasion of confinement, we inform you that we can send your meat order directly to home at no additional cost of transport. You know that you have sausage, Iberian Ham, Iberian ham, cheese and Iberian pork and veal Anoja own our farms. You can see all references and catalog directly in the online shop Abrasador.

Beef
Own Crianza meat

These weeks as you know most of the restaurants associated with our brand, remain closed until further notice. And from the middle of May, some of them will start to open and prepare à la carte service with our own grilled gourmet home-cooked meats.

Our meat sales, in a 95% they are through the restaurants associated with the brand and therefore, In recent weeks, much of the Central team has not been operational. And now from May, we have reduced the ERTE to some colleagues to join a few hours and therefore we will be at your disposal to serve you meat directly at home by ordering through the Abrasador Online Store from anywhere in Spain.

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Photo catalog Scorching meat

For any questions or clarification, you can contact us Monday to Friday 9:00 a 18:00 h or at any other time that necesitéis on phones 925245684, 647 221 393 O 699 450 508 or e-mail pedidos@abrasador.com and we send the order to receive in home 24-48 hours.

And if you prefer that we make it easier for you, you can directly see some of the lots already specified so you don't have to think about which products to choose:

Lots of gourmet meat for home

From Group Abrasador our biggest wish is you are all well and that you can spend the days the best that you can at home and always with a positive attitude. Get through this together and of course will pass an important page in our history, but now we must be strong.

The historical figures of Toledo

The imperial city has numerous historical figures tinged with gold the story of "three cultures". Toledo is known as "The Imperial City" for having been the headquarters of the court of Charles I and also as "the city of three cultures", having been inhabited for centuries by Christians, Jews and Muslims. further, Toledo has many attractions and is a World Heritage Site since 1987.

Among them are the Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes, Elizabethan Gothic fifteenth century, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria, Gothic thirteenth century. Toledo was also the birthplace or residence of historical figures such as Garcilaso de la Vega,  El Greco, Juan de Padilla, Alfonso X El Sabio, Benito Perez Galdos, Maria Pacheco, Alonso de Covarrubias or Juana la loca, among many other artists, noble and illustrious kings who have led Toledo to the top.

Garcilaso de la Vega

Garci Lasso de la Vega, (c. 1501 from 1503-1536), better known as Garcilaso de la Vega, He was a poet and military Spanish Golden Age. If he embodied the archetypal poet-soldier it was not by choice but by force of circumstances.

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Portrait of the poet Garcilaso de la Vega

He was born in Toledo in the home of an illustrious family and wealthy; his father was Garcilaso de la Vega and her mother Sancha Guzman. He was educated at the court of King Charles I, and joined this at a young age, learning Latin, Greek, Italian and French, while being trained in the arts of fencing, and also he learned music, playing the lute, zither and harp.

Unlike other poets of the time, Garcilaso de la Vega never tried patriotic or religious themes. The topic that was most passionate love. He knew classical literature and Italian opera, especially Petrarch, who he left marked traces in his work.

El Greco

Domenikos Theotokópoulos, known as Greco, He was a painter of the late Renaissance that developed a very personal style in his mature works. Until the 26 years lived in Crete, where he was a popular teacher of icons in the current style on the island posbizantino. In 1577 He came to Toledo, where he painted the works that made him famous

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Portrait of El Greco

Located in the Cathedral of Toledo and dated between 1577-1579, The painting depicts Jesus Christ when he was stripped of his garments, and it is considered one of the most outstanding works of El Greco.

Maria Pacheco

Maria Pacheco is perhaps one of the most important characters that had Toledo, however it has not had much historical presence in the city like other artists of equal caliber as grenadine. She was forced to marry Juan de Padilla, Knight Toledo, when he was only fifteen years 1511, the nuptial agreements were signed a year earlier, Padilla being of lower rank to yours, that is to say, that of Mondejar, family that belonged Mary, It seems that this wedding was not entirely to his liking. Although he was assigned to Mary a dowry of more than four million maravedíes

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Maria Pacheco was one of the most important women in Toledo

After the death of her husband, Toledo took from command of the revolt of the Communities of Castile until capitulated to King Carlos I of Spain and V of the Holy Roman Empire in February 1522. Because of his heroic peripecia, It was known by the people with the nicknames of Castilla Leone, female Brava, Centella Fire and The Last Comunero.

Benito Perez Galdos

It was a novelist, playwright, Spanish writer and politician. He is considered one of the best representatives of the realist novel of the nineteenth century not only in Spain and capital narrator in the history of literature in Spanish language, to the point of being proposed by several specialists and scholars of his work as the greatest Spanish novelist after Cervantes.

In "Tristana" as in "Angel Guerra", the canary author makes an analysis of Toledo clear and deep what life was like in the former "Imperial City" and the contrast between neighborhoods and affluent families and poverty verging on the misery of the poor and less favored areas. Likewise it tells us how the Cathedral fell from its peak to penury after the Confiscation. And all this as real characters Using each of the readers of his works could identify with them perfectly. That is why it is said that the city of Toledo is indebted to the novelist.

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Portrait of Benito Perez Galdos

Alonso de Covarrubias

Alonso de Covarrubias

Alonso de Covarrubias (1488-1570) He was an architect Toledano, son and successor of Enrique Egas, great gothic master.

Formed first in this art, soon he assimilated the Italian and Spanish Renaissance and various elements of other contemporaries like Diego de Siloam, Alonso Vázquez, Zarza and Baeza who considered his successor, becoming the most important architect of the second third of the XVI century. His story is told superbly by Martin González.

In 1534 performs the work height of its stage plateresca: the works of the cover of the monastery of San Clemente, in Toledo. But an unforeseen event did change the course of Alonso de Covarrubias Art. In 1537 Carlos V appoints royal architect, putting under his leadership theAlcázar of Toledo. Covarrubias also had artistic presence in the San Juan Bautista Hospital Tavera or, of the year 1541, where was the cardinal who gives name patron who makes the work with the approval of Carlos V. The facade is of Florentine type, almohadillada, marking sequences that are repeated mathematically. Of this magnitude was the work that Covarrubias would devote ten years of work. Another work of Toledano was Santa Maria la Blanca, flat building under an old synagogue in the year 1550, platerescas three chapels, the ships are opened by arches so characteristic of Covarrubias and covered octagonal gallonadas point.Gate Hinge (1559) lifted, arc-like win, under an ancient arch and ArabicGetafe Church, of 1541, will be other outstanding works of our author.

After visiting the streets of these artistic characters, statues on their behalf and historical monuments of Toledo city, a great choice to eat is in Abrasador Toledo which has high quality meat of beef Anoja own breeding and rearing own, and quality dishes in a family environment.

Toledo and historic palaces

In the heart of Spain is the historic city of Toledo, called the city of three cultures: Arab, Jewish and Christian. Toledo is a city on the banks of the Tagus river with several neighborhoods and a long and rich history dating back to the Bronze Age, the Romans, Visigoths, Muslims, the Catholic monarchs and even the Spanish Civil War.

In the Toledo city there are many places with great beauty and interesting to visit. Among all these palaces they stand, specific, Galiana Palace is particularly important that the rest of what it has meant for the city and its long history.

But besides the palace of Galiana, Toledo includes highlight other palaces.

Palacio de Galiana

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View from the garden Galiana Palace, one of the most emblematic of the city

Galiana Palace is a building in the Spanish city of Toledo. Medieval and located outside the historic center, It has the status of cultural interest. It is located on the banks of the Tagus and offers privileged views in which the city is seen in its entirety. This monument was built by King Al Mamun during the tenth century. However, Galiana Palace would not receive such designation to the SXVI century, in memory of the great palaces and gardens where he lived the Muslim princess, Galiana, Galadre legendary king's daughter.

This palace has had many owners and guests to the fourteenth century, since it was ceded to the brotherhood of St. Lucia and then the monks of St. Jerome. However, the latter ended up selling the illustrious Portuguese resident in Toledo City, Dona Beatriz de Silva. In the second half of the nineteenth century the Empress Eugenia de Montijo, wife of Napoleon III, It was the owner of the Palace.

In 1959 the Palace was sold to Alejandro Fernández de Araoz and his wife Carmen Maranon. Thanks to the architect Fernando Chueca and historian Manuel Gómez-Moreno a project for the restoration Galiana performed by returning to its original splendor.

Nowadays, Galiana Palace consists of a rectangular dividing the nine rooms, as well as a patio, a pond and a beautiful garden.

PALACE BENACAZON

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Palace gate Benacazon

It is a fifteenth-century medieval palace, Very rebuilt. The cover, but with original elements, It could be classified as neomudéjar. Plasterwork has a window sixteenth century, and a door with túmido brick arch and alfiz decorated with tiles. It has two columns with original capitals Islamic tenth century.

this palace, according to historians, It should call “Pantoja Palace”, denomination that had at least since the sixteenth century to be the home of Fernan Perez de Pantoja, sagreña lord of the town of Pantoja and known as “the Portugals ". In addition to the Pantoja, This building was also owned another important family toledana: the Gaytán.

This palace is one of the most representative examples of the different typical homes. Its Moorish style patio, along with your decor, based on plasterwork and tilework, are its main attractions. Over time it has undergone numerous restorations. Today it houses the Social and Cultural Work of Caja de Castilla-La Mancha.

Archbishop's Palace

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Overview of the Archbishop's Palace

The Archbishop's Palace is one of the architectural achievements of vaster dimensions of the Spanish city of Toledo. typologically, It is not a unitary building, for in it they are superimposed various artistic styles. In the thirteenth century Alfonso VIII donated to the Archbishop Don Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada few houses located opposite the cathedral. Slowly, This space was expanding, through the work of the various prelates, they were succeeding in the diocese, settling the palace, as such, progressively.

Cardinal Mendoza was the first prelate, in the second half of the fifteenth century it raises the first arc passageway palace or binding of this construction, with neighboring cathedral. Later, from the year 1541, profound remodeling were performed, picking out, to design traces, Alonso de Covarrubias.

The Archbishop's Palace shows, nowadays, as a complex set, with outward oriented stays, through numerous openings, that pierce the facades, internally connected by runners.

PALACE FUENSALIDA

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Palace Fuensalida

Fuensalida Palace is a palace built in the first half of the fifteenth century. It is the current seat of the Presidency of Castilla-La Mancha. Fuensalida Palace was ordered to build by Pedro Lopez de Ayala and Castaneda, I Count of Fuensalida, the early fifteenth century.

During the sixteenth century it hosted the court of Empress Elizabeth of Portugal while the Alcázar works were executed, and in the same place he died in childbirth with their sixth child, Juan, the 30 April 1539. The building is located in the Plaza del Conde, next to the Church of Santo Tomé. Today is the seat of the Presidency of the Junta de Castilla-La Mancha and venue of the plenary sessions of the Governing Council.

 The history of the Palace of Fuensalida Toledo to historical figures such as Garcilaso de la Vega links, El Greco, or Lope de Vega, but especially those of Charles I and his wife Empress Elizabeth of Portugal, mother of Philip II. The facade of the palace is ribboned factory masonry and brick pilasters. His austerity does not reveal the refinement of the interior, their facing rooms open to a large arcaded courtyard of rectangular structure, arranged on two levels. It highlights the power, styling and verve of his sixteen octagonal pilasters crowned by capitals, decorated with heads and shields of the Ayala family and Castaneda.

But besides the city of Toledo, toledanos different municipalities hold important palaces such as the municipality of Oropesa (Palacio Condal ), Ocaña (Palacio de los Cárdenas),  La Puebla de Montalbán (Palace of the Counts of La Puebla Montalban), and Consuegra (priory palace).

Meanwhile palaces travel, It is always a good choice to eat to recharge your batteries and keep watching palaces in the restaurant scorching Toledo. This grill has an extensive menu with various specialties; especially, grilled meat as it's own parenting Anoja both beef and Iberian pork bait field. This restaurant is a perfect place for lunch or dinner to enjoy their fresh food, tapear with friends or even dinner equipment and expeditions in which this grill has budgets as.

Scorching Restaurant inside view of Toledo

VALENTINES menu – Scorching Restaurant Toledo

This menu will be available for Valentine meals and dinners 14 al 17 February.

Appetizer

Finger crispy beef with cream cheese sauce honey mustard

Starters to share

Iberian pâté

Heart of Iberian ham cut bait field hand (60 gr)

Tower miniature peppers and trocina of Anoja

Main course to choose

Medallion grilled beef amielado

Dam Iberian grilled with onion and apple

Dessert

Special dessert lovers

Wine and water

Price: 30€ (pax. VAT incl.)