Toledo, a UNESCO Heritage City in Spain

Toledo, Spain’s Capital of Gastronomy in 2016

It was in Toledo where the first treaty in Spanish cuisine , the Book of Casseroles by Ruperto de Nola was published in 1529, coinciding with the stay in the city of Emperor Charles V. The traditional cuisine of Toledo can be defined as tasteful and evocative, expressive, bright, forthright, consistent and nutritious. The City of the Three Cultures welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, who visit to experience its unique culture, typical cuisine and also enjoy nature at its very best. Due to its eclectic mix of unique civilizations and gastronomical heritage, Toledo was chosen as the Spanish …

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