After the wonderful city of Segovia, let’s now embark our journey to the amazing maze like cobbled streets of Toledo, that is known as the city of three cultures ( Christians, Muslims, and Jews ). Seriously, the streets are narrow and the buildings are tall plus there are a lot of people going on tour so be sure to follow your guide or you’ll get lost. We were able to visit the famous Toledo Cathedral, El Greco’s painting, The Burial of the Count Orgaz and taste the delicious Santo Tome Marzipan. I also met the famous novelist of Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. En route to Salamanca, we passed by to a city called Avila and had a quick snap of the beautiful walled city. Then we stay a night in the ancient celtic city of Salamanca and saw the famous baroque style Plaza Mayor.
These three cities are really awe-inspiring, the intricate architecture was well preserved. Definitely worth the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. So when you visit Spain, don’t forget to stroll around the streets of Toledo, snap a picture of the walled city of Avila and had a day tour in the beautiful Salamanca.