Things to see and do - Toro
Toro Travel guide
Toro : Michelin's recommendations
Toro was built on the banks of the Duero, in the middle of a vast plain. Wheat is grown north of the river on the Tierra del Pan, while vineyards extend to the south, on the Tierra del Vino. Most of the town's Romanesque churches, built of brick and interesting for their Mudéjar decoration, have suffered a great deal with age. However, the collegiate church, which was built in limestone, is still in relatively good condition.
Tourist attractions Toro : Things to see and do
pl. de la Collegiata E - 49800 Toro
The Gothic eastern portal whose colouring was restored in the 18C is the masterpiece of this collegiate. Inside, stop underneath the cupola, one of the first in Spain, with a drum with two levels of windows letting in plenty of light. In the sacristy..
calle San Lorenzo E - 49800 Toro
The best preserved brick Romanesque church in Toro. With its stone base, blind arcature and chevet, it is much like the Mudéjar style of Castille y Léon. Surrounded by Plateresque tombs, the retable was painted by Fernando Gallego.
Rejadorada 11-13 E - 49800 Toro
Set in the historic town of Toro, this restored 15th-century palace preserves its original design, featuring high ceilings and stone walls. Palacio Rejadorada offers a restaurant and rooms with heating. The Rejadorada has a common lounge with a fire..
Paseo del Espòlon, 1 E - 49800 Toro
Plaza Delhy Tejero, 1 E - 49800 Toro
Prix Prices from : 44 €
With easy access from the A11 Motorway, María de Molina is located in Toro, 30 minutes’ drive from Zamora. It offers air-conditioned rooms with Wi-Fi access and a TV. The rooms at María de Molina feature tiled floors and simple décor. Each one has a..
Rejadorada 7 E - 49800 Toro
A restaurant whose name (the rich widow) refers to the typical dress of Toro. Good tapas bar, functional dining room, updated traditional cuisine, as well as a minimum of one wine from every local wine estate.
carret. Toro-Peleagonzalo E - 49800 Toro