The English newspaper The Sun usually recommends to his readers different destinations around the world, and Spain is one of the countries he focuses on most in his reports.

This Saturday he once again recommends a Spanish city, which he says is “little visited” and that “has been named one of the best city break destinations for this year.”

“People often visit places like Barcelona, ​​Madrid and Seville to spend the weekends, but there are many more cities that tourists could consider for a quick trip,” the article states.

This place “is Toledo, an ancient walled city full of award-winning attractions and places of interest close to several wine producers.”


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The Spanish destination “where time has stopped” and that ‘The Sun’ recommends visiting

The article says that Toledo “was included in Lonely Planet’s list of the best places to visit in Spain in 2024. They recommended visiting its cobblestone streets, full of historic buildings and enjoy the stunning views from outside the city walls.”

Toledo stands out for its “ancient Roman structures, Arab architectural styles, the Toledo Cathedral, the El Tránsito Synagogue and the Cristo de la Luz Mosque“. He also recommends heading “to the Mirador del Valle to enjoy spectacular panoramic views and a perfect photograph of this historic city next to the Tagus River.”

But something that has caught the attention of journalists from The Sun It is the Manchego cheese and the wine. Specifically, they recommend visit the MQM (Manchego Cheese Museum), “which offers visitors many cheese tasting experiences, as well as the opportunity to learn about the region’s cheese production.”

“The cheese museum is not the only place where you can enjoy the local gastronomic and wine production of the city“, says the article. “You can tour and explore the wine producers surrounding the city, including Pagos de Familia Vega Tolosa and others,” it concludes.