The medieval Spanish city of Toledo on the south of Spain is rich in historical and cultural heritage. Charles V, the Roman Emperor, once held his court here and that is how the city acquired the moniker of "The Imperial City".
A walk around the city with all its grand medieval buildings and churches, spacious squares and cobblestoned pavements will indeed make you feel like as if you're travelling in time. And you'll realize that this is no exaggeration when we tell you that the entire city of Toledo enjoys the rare distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
However, if you'll want a panoramic view of the city with its surrounding vistas, you must head to the Mirador del Valle, located just outside the city limits to the south of Toledo and across the Tejo River. So, to enjoy some stunning, epic views of this grand city with its beautiful natural surroundings, come to Mirador, also known as El Mirador Toledo.