Toledo is a city with an exceptional patrimony, which is why it was Spain’s capital until Philip II.
It is located in an island, surrounded by the Tajo, and it possesses an out of the ordinary aesthetic. I personally like to photograph it from the back. The Alcázar stands out from the tangle of gothic-mudejar buildings as a symbol of the Franco regime. It is in the center of the city, in the Zocodover plaza.
You used to be able to go up there from the Puerta de Bisagra, but now it’s closed and you have to take the Túnel de Sindicatos that will take you to the back of the Alcázar. There are two underground parking lots there, many restaurants and magnificent views of the region, since you are at the edge of the hill.