The Best Bars In Toledo, Spain

Toledo, Spain old town cityscape at the Alcazar
Toledo, Spain old town cityscape at the Alcazar | © Sean Pavone / Alamy
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Toledo is a lively, multicultural city with an excellent restaurant scene and a great variety of activities and sights. After a long day at work or sightseeing, there is nothing better than relaxing with a drink in hand, in a colorful bar. Luckily, Toledo has incredible bars a-plenty; discover the very best in the city below.
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Cerveceria el Trebol

A typical bar with a modern touch, Trebol is a great option for those looking for something that is slightly out of the ordinary. It is located in a small alleyway which gives it a special feel, as if visitors were going back in time into a medieval pub. The attractive prices have made this tavern very popular amongst the locals, so it fills up quickly. Those who want to avoid the queues and taste their beers and elaborate tapas in a more tranquil environment should head to this bar earlier on in the evening.

La Otra Boveda

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This bar is called The Other Arch because the owners already had a very successful restaurant called The Arch in the center of Toledo before they opened this bar. It was inaugurated in 2009 near one of the most famous streets in Toledo, the Calle Ancha, which houses most of Toledo’s brands and shops. The locale’s interior is cool and modern, with quirky lighting, whilst the five outdoor tables are refreshingly relaxing. The staff is keen to help and make diners’ experience a very pleasant one, making it one of the best bars in the city.

Terraza Bú

Terraza Bú is a cute establishment in Toledo, boasting incredible views over the city, making it well worth a visit. The bar is also popular with the locals, since the food that is served is modern, elegant and cosmopolitan; making it stand out from all of the typically Spanish bars that are scattered around the city. Tourists who are looking for a refreshing change from stuffy bars and traditional cuisine will greatly appreciate this bar’s take on Spanish culture.


The fact that university students frequent Enebro says a lot: not only is the food here well-made and classic, but the portions are very decent and the prices incredibly good value. The young, lively crowd that flocks here on the weekends creates a vivacious atmosphere that will infuse everyone with energy. This place also has a very beautiful terrace, surrounded by nature and makes a perfect environment in which to relax if the bar’s atmosphere is a little too much!

Cuchara de Palo

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Cuchara de Palo is a bar with excellent service, great food and sumptuous drinks. Their innovative idea, to serve food in cones, has been very popular with the locals, and will prove an interesting experience for holiday-makers. With great prices, it is also a great place to go for those who do not want to break the bank but would still like a taste of Spanish gastronomy. Their tapas start at the mere price of six euros, and five beers will only set diners back four euros, making this bar a great option for all travelers.

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