Best Time to Visit Toledo
Toledo goes through a typical continental climate like most parts of Spain. Summers last from May to September, and the area remains hot and dry. From December to February you get mild winters and sometimes it rains as well. This season brings in a blend of sunny days and chilly nights. You might also get to see snowfall which happens occasionally. Autumn lasts from October and November, and you have plenty of tolerable sunshine. Spring takes up the month of March and April, and you get to see blooming flowers and greenery. It is the best time to visit Toledo. The temperature doesn’t exceed more than 20 degree Celsius. Try and avoid coming here during July and August because the heat disrupts comfortable sightseeing.
Tips to Tour Toledo
- If you are in Madrid, try to opt for a bus to get you to Toledo. It is the cheapest and the easiest way to save some money, for more things to do. Most of the hotels in Madrid offer a guided tour to Toledo, which leaves early in the morning.
- Get yourself a city map, so that you know where to go and how to go. There are innumerable places and you cannot cover all of them in a short span of time. It is better to have a map at hand so that you can mark off the places to see.
- Get a tourist’s pass for yourself. You will be amazed to know that a tourist’s pass of €8 will save you from spending €13,80, which you would have spent by summing up the amount of the individual places. The tourist’s pass will cover the prime sites of Iglesia de San Ildefonso, Iglesia de Santo Tomé, Monastery of San Juan de Los Reyes, Sinagoga de Santa María La Blanca, Iglesia del Salvador and Mosque of Cristo de la Luz.