We are already in Toledo, we have opened a new bureau de change in C/Comercio 1, Toledo, a few steps away from Plaza Cuatro Calles.
We are ready to receive your visit, you can check our opening hours on our website.
We continue to expand our network of exchange offices, offering a good service and as usual, with the most competitive exchange rates in the market for the exchange of your currencies to euros, or also to make the change to foreign currency, for your business trips or holidays.
At Europound we strive every day to provide a quality service, always with a friendly service and the best rates.
We look forward to your visit to our new location, it will be a pleasure to assist you.
After visiting our office you can visit this beautiful city
Toledo is a city with a special charm, as it has in its architecture and history, the influence of three great cultures, Christian, Jewish and Muslim, which is why it is known as the city of the three cultures. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1986 by Unesco.
When contemplating the city from afar you can see the imposing walls that delimit the historic centre. The imposing walls, dating from Roman times, were rebuilt by the Arabs who also contributed their bit.
The gates of Toledo are emblematic, of which the Puerta de la Bisagra stands out, with its coat of arms of the Imperial City.
Once inside the city you will be surprised by the magic of its small streets, the stone buildings that together create a beautiful atmosphere.
To walk through the streets of Toledo is to be transported back in time, with its small shops and workshops dedicated to handicrafts, which give the streets their charm.
In many unexpected nooks and crannies, you will find goldsmiths’ workshops working in damascene. They also excel in the manufacture of sabres, swords and cutlery.
To visit some of Toledo’s monuments in comfort, you can buy a tourist bracelet, with which you can visit these seven monuments: El Real Colegio de las Doncellas Nobles, San Juan de los Reyes, Iglesia de El Salvador, La Mezquita del Cristo de la Luz, Sato Tome, Iglesia de los Jesuitas and the Synagogue of Santa María Blanca,