It was also historically known as the gate of the Jews.
This gate owes its name to the spiny buckthorn bushes all around it which are known in Spanish as cambroneras.
It is built over the remains of a Visigoth gate, and the current structure is in the Renaissance style with a square floor plan. On the interior façade there is a statue of Santa Leocadia attributed to Berruguete. This is the only gate open to motor traffic.
Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes
It was commissioned by the Catholic Monarchs in thanks for the…
Museum of Visigothic Councils and Culture
The museum contains treasures and replicas from this…
Santiago del Arrabal Church
Considered one of the most striking Mudejar temples in Toledo.…