The train first came to Toledo in June 1858, with the station that stands before us today being built in 1917. It follows the plans of Narciso de Clavería, combining brick, stone, iron and cement in a unique Neomudéjar style that you have to see in person to truly appreciate. During its construction the project ran into a lot of problems, with the Tagus River regularly flooding the station. Whether you make your way into the station by train or simply pass by as a tourist, don’t miss the four-faced clock tower or its intricate plasterwork and slabbing inside. Other notable features are the former canteen, now the café area, a chapel and a small garden.
Luci & Mado
Amigas desde hace 20 años unidas por el nacimiento de nuestros hijos, Toledo y su parque de Nara. Juntas queremos daros a conocer rinones especiales de la ciudad. ********* 20年前にトレドの奈良公園で赤ちゃんのお散歩中に出会った２人が、トレドの知られざる魅了をご紹介します。随時更新。お楽しみに！