Standing watch over the city, the Alcázar has an instructing nearness on its ridge area. This antiquated Moorish stronghold, based on the site of a prior Roman fortress, was later remodeled by the Christian Kings Alfonso VI "the Brave" in the eleventh century and Alfonso X "the Wise" in the thirteenth century.
The forcing stronghold has a square shape with crenelated safeguards and four corner towers included under the reign of Emperor Charles V in the sixteenth century. The veneer additionally mirrors the Renaissance style from the time of Charles V. Amid the Spanish Civil War, the Alcázar was utilized as a Nationalist battalion and is considered as a landmark to the bravery of Franco supporters. The Alcazar has been reestablished and now houses an Army Museum with phenomenal shows about the Civil War.
The Alcázar is come to from the Plaza de Zocodover, a dazzling square at the focal point of Toledo that is fixed with rich arcaded houses. At 7 Plaza de Zocodover, the outstanding Santo Tome confectionary shop entices guests with its tasty high quality marzipan confections.