Getting around Toledo
You can cover Toledo relatively easily on foot. Most places of interest are close to one another, though steep streets and cobblestones can take their toll.
The local bus company is Unauto (tel: +34 925 232 210; www.unauto.es). Most lines run from Plaza de Zocodover. Line 12, the Circular Casco Histórico, makes a round trip of the historic city.
To get the bigger picture, take a ride on the Zocotren (tel: +34 914 292 767; www.busvision.net/en/package/toledo-trainvision-2-2). This is a small land train, with pre-recorded tourist information in Spanish, English and French, which runs through part of Toledo then around the perimeter allowing you to enjoy its spectacular location and picture-postcard panoramas. The trip runs daily every 30 to 60 minutes from the Plaza de Zocodover and the full circuit takes 50 minutes.
Radio Taxis (tel: +34 925 255 050) are a reliable taxi firm in Toledo.
The easiest way to explore the city is on foot, but a car is helpful if you're planning to tour the region.
Car hire is available from Europcar (tel: +34 925 621 115; www.europcar.es) and Hertz (tel: +34 925 056 183; www.hertz.com). All major national and international car hire companies operate from Madrid airport. Always park in a secure place if possible, and beware of theft of belongings from vehicles.