The great historical value in the province of Toledo
Location: The province of Toledo is located in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha where is its capital. Bordered by Madrid, Avila (Castilla y León), in addition to Cáceres and Badajoz provinces that are part of Extremadura. The river Tagus flows through the region through the capital.
Municipalities: 200 municipalities are those who fall within the province in which as in other parts of the autonomous community capital is the center of activity. The winters and summers in the province are rigorous.
What to see? To be a place where there are many mountains mountain tourism has been increasing. However, Toledo remains a center of the arrival of tourists to see one of the cities with more monuments of the Iberian peninsula.
What to eat? You can try recipes with meat of deer or pig and some in which parts of hunting are the protagonists. The soups are also other culinary stars of Toledo.
Where to stay? Being an area with a large arrival of tourists you have at your disposal a large number of hotels and hostels to stay. In most rural areas the variety is less.
How to get? Toledo can be reached in several ways. It has a good train service from Madrid, in addition to good road connections from different parts of the Iberian peninsula.
The rich cultural and artistic heritage of Castilla La Mancha
Location: Castilla La Mancha is an autonomous community located in the center of the Iberian peninsula. It borders other regions such as Madrid, Extremadura, Andalusia, Murcia, Valencia, Aragón and Castilla y León. During the entire history of Spain, it was an important area where many battles were fought.
Municipalities: About 900 municipalities divided into 5 provinces make up one of the largest communities. The region's economy has been based on agriculture, and with the passage of the years has diversified with more industry and rural tourism.
What to see: Castilla La Mancha has a great cultural heritage that is a magnet for lovers of history. Thus for example Toledo, Cuenca and Almaden have received the distinction as world heritage. It has a large number of protected natural areas.
What to eat: The gastronomy of Castilla-La Mancha has a great diversity which is known to be summed up in the Don Quixote where there is a detailed list of the best-known dishes as pisto manchego or crumbs.
Where to stay: With the arrival of tourists to the community, hotels have been emerging in different parts of the La Mancha geography. There are numerous cottages for rent.
How to get there: The most important airport is Madrid, being located in an area of transition between different parts of the peninsula, there are a lot of connections by road, bus or train.