Mezquita del Cristo de la Luz Places Nearby

San Román

This fascinating 13th-century Mudejar church combines Moorish and Christian elements, including a horseshoe arches, early frescoes and a Renaissance dome.

Toledo CathedralToledo Cathedral

This massive Gothic cathedral is brimming with art treasures, including several El Grecos, a 10-foot-high gilded monstrance, and carved altarpieces that stretch to the ceiling.

Santo Domingo el Antiguo

This 16th-century convent church contains the earliest of El Greco's Toledo paintings, an altarpiece by the artist, and the crypt where he is buried (visible thorugh a peephole in the floor).

Santo Tomé

Topped with a Mudejar tower, Santo Tomé is a chapel built to house El Greco's most famous painting, The Burial of Count Orgaz.

Sinagoga del TransitoSinagoga del Transito

Built in a Moorish style in 1366, this synagogue became a church after 1492 but is now being restored to its original form. Hebrew inscriptions adorn the walls of this major Jewish site.

Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes

This church was founded by Ferdinand and Isabella and it was where they originally planned to be buried. It includes an outstanding two-story cloister.

Mosque-Cathedral (Mezquita) of CórdobaMosque-Cathedral (Mezquita) of Córdoba

The Mezquita of Cordoba is a beautiful and fascinating 8th-century mosque known for its forest of columns and striped arcades. Reflecting the religious changes Cordoba has undergone over the centuries, the Mezquita has been used as a Catholic cathedral since 1236 and contains an impressive Renaissance chapel.

Burgos CathedralBurgos Cathedral

Begun in 1221, this lovely cathedral benefited from creative talent imported from throughout Europe and is the third largest in Spain. El Cid is buried here.

Alcobaça Monastery

Founded in 1153, this spectacular Cistercian monastery features fine Manueline architecture and a large medieval kitchen with a stream running through it.