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My wife and I ended up buying the "tourist bracelet" for 9eur in Toledo (7 places) which was worth it given most places are 3eur a visit. So we went and did all the places.
The monastery was one of the highlights of the trip....More
Beautiful cloisters and garden make this a nice attraction on the edge of the tourist area. We went on walking and promptly got lost, so just turn around and go on back up the hill if you don't want to waste an hour.
We had a lovely afternoon visit to the monastery with our private tour guide. I'm just going to add to what other reviews have said, that it's beautiful, tranquil, lovely and totally walkable and manageable if you only have under an hour. If you are...More
Beautiful and charming little monastery with a beautiful garden. It won't take long to finish seeing the place (it is not that big), but it is definitely worth a visit if you love architecture and art.
This visit is splited between the cloister and the church, which is open since 2pm. There is a mix between old structures and new decoration because a fire in 1808, but the place is still amazing and very well restaured.
Entrance costs 2.80 euros but...More
This is one of the oddest monasteries I've ever seen. It is absolutely resplendent in royal/military symbols/heraldry. As it was used by the royal family as a meeting place, it really doesn't seem terribly religious. It's in excellent condition and has some very nice gargoyles...More