You cannot miss Toro

Collegiate Church

Its construction begins at the end of the 12th century and it developed in different stages, giving place to a transition between Romanesque and Gothic Style. It is an important example of the achieved importance of Toro in the 12th century. In its interior highlights "Door of the Majesty" 13th century, carved in stone which preserves its original polychromy, feature that makes it unique.


Toro itself is a great museum awaiting its visitors. More than forty points of interest, twenty-six churches, monasteries and palaces with a rich artistic heritage make Toro a great museum to experience sensations with regard to the Romanesque art, Mudejar art, Baroque, Elizabethan and Modern art.


Apart from its artistic heritage its cultural wealth and traditions are also very important. A good illustration of this are the three holidays, declared of regional tourist interest: Carnival, Easter week and Harvest Festival.

Natural Heritage

The natural heritage of Toro and its territory is rich in landscapes, tree species, cultivated fields,  pine forests and scrub that are ideal for  walking.  The River Duero fills its vega, pine forests and routes make this place a real treasure where you can practice water and open air adventure sports.