Toledo is a museum city, named a part of the World Heritage Site by Unesco. It's usually referred to as the textbook example of the unproblematic collective existence of Jews, Christians, and Muslims side by side. Each of those people, religions, and cultures which co-existed there over time, left its valuable cultural, architectural, and artistic imprint of the site. All of them combined, create a fantastic bricolage worth experiencing.
The museum city includes different sites and landmarks - a mosque, a synagogue, and a cathedral from the middle ages, museums, churches, bridges and outstanding natural viewpoints.
Toledo is reachable by car, by bus, and by train. The car and the bus will take you there in about an hour, while the train ride lasts only about half an hour.