A fascinating journey through a part of the subsoil of the Imperial City

A tour of the labyrinth of the old sewers of the historic city of Toledo

Founded before the Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula, Toledo is one of the oldest and most fascinating cities in Spain.

Spanish explorers enter the restricted area of the Paris Catacombs
The impulse galleries of the M-30: one of the least known tunnels in Madrid

I have walked many times through the streets, squares and corners of that city, which was the capital of Spain during the Visigothic Kingdom, in the High Middle Ages, and seat of the court of King Carlos I of Spain, which is why it is known by the nickname "Imperial City" (since said monarch was also Holy Roman Emperor). But if Toledo is fascinating on its surface, it is no less so on its subsoil, which includes an old sewer network that the author of the YouTube channel Viajandisimo in this video (it is in Spanish, unfortunately it does not have subtitles):

Don't miss the news and content that interest you. Receive the free daily newsletter in your email:

Opina sobre esta entrada:

Debes iniciar sesión para comentar. Pulsa aquí para iniciar sesión. Si aún no te has registrado, pulsa aquí para registrarte.