Batidos, Tortillas, Pale Ale...and unlimited fresh bakes & cuts - Nothing can beat a refreshing sip of a Batidos (icecream shake!) and Tortillas.
Cave of Hercules (Cuevas de Hércules) - But even though the cave has Hercules' name it is also linked to the story of the last Visigoth king, Don Rodrigo. During his reign it was believed that the access to the caves was forbidden to all mortals and he who dared go inside would bring evil and destruction to the city.
These caves are linked to numerous legends that the citizens of Toledo have created. They say that they were built by Hercules, the Egyptian, himself to create his palaces. He also used them to give lessons in occult sciences to his followers and chosen ones. Hercules left a locked chest where the destruction of the Visigoth kingdom by the Arabs was written. He ordered that each king placed one more lock.
Toledo is one of the Spanish cities with the greatest wealth of monuments. Known as the "city of the three cultures", because Christians, Arabs and Jews lived together there for centuries, behind its walls. Toledo preserves an artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques and synagogues. This great diversity of artistic styles makes the old quarter of the capital of Castile - La Mancha a real open-air museum, which has led to it being declared a World Heritage Site." Tip - book an Airbnb; the best way to interact with the locals.