The city of Toledo is the capital of the province of the same name, and is also the capital of the Autonomous Community called Castilla-La Mancha,  just 70 kilometers (43 miles) south of Madrid on the N-401 highway.

Toledo has a typical continental climate, cold in winter and hot in summer, although slightly tempered by the presence of the Tajo river flowing around its historic centre. The months of November and February generally bring the most rainfall, though not particularly heavy, and snow is unusual.

Although the city is small in size, it is a leading political, economic and social center, oriented primarily towards the production of its characteristic crafts and the promotion and care of its great historical, artistic, and cultural heritage.

In December 1987, the UNESCO declared Toledo a World Heritage city in recognition of its uniqueness.

The historical part of the city is very popular with all our teachers as that is where you can find all the bars,restaurants and tourist information. The town hall runs a monthly cultural agenda with concerts, plays, exhibitions, book fairs, etc….. and apart from that there are excellent sport facilities and sport associations.