El Mirador (Toledo, Spain)


The entire city of Toledo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s a good thing because it enables the city to be preserved in all of its beauty for generations to come. The Cathedral (like in many Spanish Cities) is a highlight and why many visit, but I was more interested in visiting Toledo for this view. With the natural barrier of the river snaking around the city, the buildings stretching up from it in colorful hues, and the site sitting in pristine condition, Toledo's El Mirado is a must-see.

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