The historic city of Toledo sits on the brink of a gorge overlooking the Tajo River, its skyline dominated by the fortress of Alcázar and the ornamented tower of one of Spain's finest Gothic cathedrals - Catedral Primada. The streets of Toledo's old town are alive with the echoes of a storied past, one that bears witness to a Medieval era that saw Muslims, Christians and Jews coexist in harmony. Here, it is the churches, mosques and synagogues that define the rich architectural ensemble of this "City of Three Cultures," alongside lavish palaces, formidable forts and pastel-hued abodes; a UNESCO World Heritage Site recognized for its immense cultural heft. Look beyond the city's monumental highlights and you'll uncover Visigothic and Roman roots, while Toledo's museums display influential work of the Spanish artist, El Greco. Toledo lies in the heart of Spain and is the capital city of the Province of Toledo, in the Autonomous Community of Castile–La Mancha.