Toledo can be explored on foot easily and simply, as many interesting places and the main tourist attractions are grouped together. However, other, equally effective options are also available.
The best option for tourists to get around Toledo is to use the tourist bus route, which can be boarded at any of nine stops located in strategic and interesting places throughout the city.
Another attractive and popular option is the panoramic route offered by the city's tourist train, called Zocotren, which starts at Zocodover Square. This transport option is widely used because it offers the possibility of taking guided tours to both the Alcazar of Toledo and the Primate Cathedral.
One can also rent a vehicle, though this is not the most recommended option for tourists because Toledo has a complicated urban profile, with extremely narrow and steep streets and particularly dense traffic that can easily disorient tourists.
Unfortunately, Toledo's rugged topography is not conducive to the use of bicycles in its urban area. Its streets are cobbled and very steep, which makes this type of transport uncomfortable. However, there are options to rent bicycles, especially in the public parks, where one can enjoy the ride more comfortably.