Things to do in Toledo

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Best Bars

Whether you're looking for a place to beat the heat and enjoy a cold one, or you want to get loosened up before a big night out, these suggestions will keep you crawling for more. From local haunts where locals play pool over drinks to lively theme pubs, old breweries, and live music hotspots – Toledo is a city where one never stays thirsty for long.


El Trebol

Typical Spanish brewery near Zocodover Plaza with a modern look that's very distinct. Its absorbing interior is composed of 3 levels, with a glass floor that peers down onto the top of old medieval remains. Great tapas, very good prices, fun staff, and tons of character – don't miss out.

Ludeña

This ia a family-owned joint located near Zocodover Plaza where guests can enjoy the best "carcamusas" (well seasoned pork or beef with stewed veggies) in the city, as well as great variety of other equally exquisite dishes, all served as large tapas at affordable prices. Try to get one of the four tables in the courtyard on a sunny day.


Babia

Friendly Toledan bar where both locals and visitors enjoy beers, cocktails, and tasty tapas. Take your drinks over to the pool table or the dartboard and challenge a friend. Or sit down to a more tranquil game of chess or cards. Friendly and relaxed, this place is perfect for tapas, beer, and lively distractions - day or night.

Broadway

This is a small Jazz and Rock pub where photos of greats, like Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong, and Billy Holiday adorn the walls. With live performances every now and then, a great music selection, smooth lighting, and a cozy atmosphere, this bar rarely dissapoints.


Livingstone

This is an English pub with a kitsch African Expedition theme. Swords, lances – all sorts of skins, weapons, and pictures fill the walls. A vegetarian's nightmare perhaps, but well worth a visit, as the cocktails are equally creative as the décor.

O'Briens Irish Pub

A nice Irish pub located a half a block away from Zocodover Plaza in the old quarter. While it's obviously not typical Toledan style, it is a good place to get tips about Toledo from English speaking locals. So tradition and authenticity aside, this is an easy going locale – and they serve the best Guinness in town.