Toledo is known as Spain’s ‘Imperial City’. It’s the history of the Nation’s last 3,000 years laid bare like an archaeological dig or museum reconstruction - only genuine, operational, and spilling over with Iberian spirit and passion.
It’s been described as Spain’s equivalent of Rome, but perched high above the Rio Tajo on a craggy escarpment, Toledo bears a closer resemblance to the Tuscan cities of Siena, Florence, or Arezzo. Indeed, the city’s trading credentials date back just as far if not further. Toledo first welcomed business travellers in the Roman period, becoming the principal trading and administrative centre in the region.
Not only is Edinburgh the UK’s second largest financial centre after London and the world's pre-eminent Festival City, but its strong economic credentials have helped it secure a host of prestigious international awards.
The Congress Centre is named after Ferdinand Anton Ernst Porsche, the son of automobile pioneer Ferdinand Porsche who took charge of his father's company in 1951.
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