The Castle of San Servando is a medieval castle in Toledo, Spain, near the Tagus River. It was begun as a monastery, occupied first by monks and later by the Knights Templar.
In 1874 the castle was named a national monument. The fortress was depicted in El Greco's painting View of Toledo. Lying at the opposite bank of the Tagus than the main urban core, it is connected to the Santa Bárbara residential area through the Cuesta de San Servando.
Official Website http://juventud.jccm.es/sanservando/es/
Phone 925 925 22 45 58
Address Cuesta de San Servando, s/n, 45006 Toledo, Spain
Coordinates 39°51'37.491" N -4°0'56.232" E